Overcome Bullying at Schools


The course provider sends the necessary information regarding the course materials to the beneficiary school. After the detailed information about accommodation, transportation and eating and drinking of the visiting teachers is sent to the schools, a preliminary information is given to the leading teachers about the content of the course.


Bullying, a subtype of aggression, is a type of aggression that results in one or more students deliberately and continuously disturbing students who are weaker than them, and in which the victim is unable to protect himself. Studies carried out in the last 30 years reveal that bullying is an important threat to the healthy development of children and it reaches serious dimensions in schools. The psychological and sociological effects of the phenomenon of bullying on children are not limited to school years, but continue in later life, and the risk of moving to adulthood is seen to be high. Bullying negatively affects both bullies and victims. Students who have been bullied; They experience problems such as feelings of anxiety, anger and helplessness, depression, dislike of school and a decrease in academic achievement, feeling worthless and unhappy, exclusion and loneliness. Types of bullying are discussed in five categories. These are physical bullying, verbal bullying, exclusion, isolation, rumour spreading, and damage to an individual's property and belongings.

In our courses, teachers will able to learn how to cope with bullying at schools, the ways of solving problems among students to prevent bullying.


Warm Up-Ice Breaking Activities
Questıon - Answer Technıque
Problem-Solvıng Technıque
Braın Storm Technıque (Osborn)
Role Playıng
Drama Improvısatıon
Statıon Technıque
Mıcro Teachıng
Jıgsaw Technıque
Group Discussions;
Case Studies
Problem Based Learning
Concept Mapping


•  Define bullying and describe its various forms
•  Describe the basic research on the prevalence of, risk factors for, and impact on students involved in bullying
•  Describe the best practices in bullying prevention and response
•  Understand that bullying is a public health problem and requires a coordinated community response
•  Learn the potentially harmful bullying prevention strategies and the rationale for avoiding them
•  Recognize key stakeholders for a community-level bullying prevention initiative
•  Learn specific pathways for translating bullying prevention best practices into policy and practice
•  Learn how to organize a community event to catalyze bullying prevention action planning at the local level
•  Learn to prepare a risk prevention plan for preventing bullying at schools
•  Understand what the bullying is and its types

Follow Up

After the course, all trainees will be given copies of all course materials that can be shared with their colleagues in their institutions within the scope of dissemination activities. In addition, a self-assessment form will be provided to enable trainees to learn on their own. At the end of the course, participants will fill out an evaluation form regarding the content of the training.


•  Activities: all courses include at least one guided city tour and one full-day excursion (usually on Saturday).
•  Certificate: all our courses guarantee a Certificate of Attendance if 80% of the lessons will be attended.
•  Lessons: classes take place in the Morning (9:00 – 13:45) 
•  Platform: participants will have free access to our e-learning platform.