Bullying Prevention Symposium

Agenda -- Monday, October 14, 2013

8:00-8:30 am Registration
8:30-9:00 am  Welcome - Eastside/San Jose Room
                                               Dr. Xavier De La Torre
                                               County Superintendent of Schools
                                               Dr. Latasha Williams
                                               Pediatrician, Kaiser Permanente
9:00-10:15 am   Keynote – Eastside/San Jose Room
                                               Rick Phillips,
                                               Director and Founder of Community Matters
                                               Whole School Climate: An “Inside-out” Approach for
                                               Building Safer and High-Performing Schools
10:15-10:30 am  BREAK
10:30 am-12:00 pm SESSION I
12:00-1:30 pm  LUNCH
1:30-3:00 pm SESSION II
3:00-3:10 pm   Evaluation (In sessions)
   

 

Sessions at a Glance

Session Session I Workshops
10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Presenters Location
A-1     

Empowering Student Leaders to Prevent and Stop Bullying, Cyberbullying and Harassment

Bullying, harassment and cyber-bullying incidents are persistent and costly to our schools.  This workshop will present the Safe School Ambassadors program (SSA), a proven model that engages and empowers student bystander leaders to safely and effectively speak up when they encounter bullying in all its forms. 

Rick Phillips, Executive Director, Community Matters San Jose/East Side Room – 1st Floor
A-2

Overcoming Bullying in the Digital Classroom:  Preparing Our Students for Success

This session will explore how media and technology impact the way teens play, learn, and develop, with a focus on cyberbullying, and how this affects schools. Learn about practical (and free!) programs, including a classroom curriculum for K-12 students, from Common Sense Media that engage educators, parents and teens to ensure that students are using digital media responsibly, avoiding its potential pitfalls, and benefiting from its many opportunities.

Merve Lapus, Common Sense Media Gilroy Room – 1st Floor South Building
A-3 

“I Was Following Your Footsteps!”

This workshop will include a quick overview of the recent research into the identification of bullying and other exhibitions of challenging behaviors in early childhood education settings. Models for classroom management will be proposed with the primary intent of averting the evolution of such behaviors within at-risk populations

Gerry Lopez, Migrant Education, SCCOE Oak Grove Room – 2nd Floor South Building
A-4 

“Real-Time” Solutions for Bullying in Our Schools

Bullying has become a true epidemic and concern for schools. This workshop will address how iPads and other mobile devices being adopted by schools throughout the country will serve to assist as a preventive platform. “Stop Bullies-anti-bullying” app is a “real-time” deterrent that empowers schools to take a stand

Timothy Porter and Scott Griego Saratoga Room – 1st Floor South Building
A-5

Creating Safe and Inclusive Schools: Gender Identity/Expression, Sexual Orientation and Family Configuration 

This seminar will provide an introduction to a range of professional, school-wide, instructional, and positive discipline practices that help create safe and inclusive schools for ALL K-12 grade students inclusive of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender youth and those who love and care for them.

Lynn Bravewomon, Hayward Unified School District Milpitas Room – 2nd Floor North Building
A-6 

Multi-Tiered System to Reduce Bullying:
Prevention, Intervention, and Protection (PIP) Framework

This workshop will provide information of how a school district is building a district-wide bullying prevention initiative to comply with state law and include other exsisting initiatives such as PBIS (Positive Behavioral Intervention Support); SEL (Social Emotional Learning) and Restorative Justice (RJ)

Chen Kong-Wick, Oakland Unified School District Morgan Hill – 3rd Floor North Building
       
Session Session II Workshops
1:30 – 3:00 pm
Presenters Location
B-1 Student Directed Solution Team® and Solution Coach® for Bullying Resolution and Positive School Climate


The Common Language Program sponsors the local initiative to establish non–punitive, low staff time, student-
directed Solution Teams® to involve bystanders, bullies and allies in resolving bullying dynamics.
Jeff Caplan, Common Language Program Oak Grove Room – 2nd Floor South Building
B-2

Student Listening Circles and Bullying Prevention

The goals of the SLC are to provide a meaningful opportunity for youth to:  1) Share their ideas about student resilience, well-being, bullying and school climate 2) Create an action plan with committed adults to prevent bullying and improve student well-being. This workshop will take participants through a mini-mock SLC and provide information about conducting SLC’s in/at a school site.

Leslie Poynor, WestEd Saratoga Room – 1st Floor South Building   
B-3

Comprehensive Safe School Planning: Pulling It All Together

Participants will learn the 7-step planning process in creating a comprehensive sage school plan focused on bullying prevention and incorporating current anti-bullying legislation.

JoAnn Allen, Santa Cruz County Office of Education San Jose/East Side Room – 1st Floor
B-4  

Empowering Our Students to Respect Each Other

This workshop will be an overview of Project Cornerstone and the student workshop Expect Respect. This workshop empowers students to “own” their own school climate – to develop action plans to improve the climate and to implement those plans.

Linda Silvius, Project Cornerstone

Milpitas Room – 2nd Floor North Building
    

Agenda -- Monday, October 14, 2013
8:00-8:30 am Registration
8:30-9:00 am  Welcome - Eastside/San Jose Room

Dr. Xavier De La Torre
County Superintendent of Schools

Dr. Latasha Williams
Pediatrician, Kaiser Permanente
9:00-10:15 am Keynote – Eastside/San Jose Room

Rick Phillips,
Director and Founder of Community Matters
Whole School Climate: An “Inside-out” Approach for Building Safer and High-Performing Schools Handouts:
10:15-10:30 am  BREAK
10:30 am-12:00 pm SESSION I
12:00-1:30 pm  LUNCH
1:30-3:00 pm SESSION II
3:00-3:10 pm Evaluation (In sessions)
Sessions at a Glance
Session Session I Workshops
10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Presenters Location
A-1  Empowering Student Leaders to Prevent and Stop Bullying, Cyberbullying and Harassment

Bullying, harassment and cyber-bullying incidents are persistent and costly to our schools.  This workshop will present the Safe School Ambassadors program (SSA), a proven model that engages and empowers student bystander leaders to safely and effectively speak up when they encounter bullying in all its forms. 

Handouts:
Rick Phillips, Executive Director, Community Matters San Jose/East Side Room – 1st Floor
A-2 Overcoming Bullying in the Digital Classroom:  Preparing Our Students for Success

This session will explore how media and technology impact the way teens play, learn, and develop, with a focus on cyberbullying, and how this affects schools. Learn about practical (and free!) programs, including a classroom curriculum for K-12 students, from Common Sense Media that engage educators, parents and teens to ensure that students are using digital media responsibly, avoiding its potential pitfalls, and benefiting from its many opportunities.

Handouts:
Merve Lapus, Common Sense Media Gilroy Room – 1st Floor South Building
A-3  "I Was Following Your Footsteps!"

This workshop will include a quick overview of the recent research into the identification of bullying and other exhibitions of challenging behaviors in early childhood education settings. Models for classroom management will be proposed with the primary intent of averting the evolution of such behaviors within at-risk populations

Handouts:
Gerry Lopez, Migrant Education, SCCOE Oak Grove Room – 2nd Floor South Building
A-4  “Real-Time” Solutions for Bullying in Our Schools

Bullying has become a true epidemic and concern for schools. This workshop will address how iPads and other mobile devices being adopted by schools throughout the country will serve to assist as a preventive platform. “Stop Bullies-anti-bullying” app is a “real-time” deterrent that empowers schools to take a stand

Handouts:
Timothy Porter and Scott Griego Saratoga Room – 1st Floor South Building
A-5 Creating Safe and Inclusive Schools: Gender Identity/Expression, Sexual Orientation and Family Configuration 

This seminar will provide an introduction to a range of professional, school-wide, instructional, and positive discipline practices that help create safe and inclusive schools for ALL K-12 grade students inclusive of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender youth and those who love and care for them.
Lynn Bravewomon, Hayward Unified School District Milpitas Room – 2nd Floor North Building
A-6  Multi-Tiered System to Reduce Bullying:
Prevention, Intervention, and Protection (PIP) Framework


This workshop will provide information of how a school district is building a district-wide bullying prevention initiative to comply with state law and include other exsisting initiatives such as PBIS (Positive Behavioral Intervention Support); SEL (Social Emotional Learning) and Restorative Justice (RJ)

Handouts:

SCCOE_Bullying Presentation.pdfSCCOE_Bullying Presentation.pdf
Chen Kong-Wick, Oakland Unified School District Morgan Hill – 3rd Floor North Building
    
Session Session II Workshops
1:30 – 3:00 pm
Presenters Location
B-1 Student Directed Solution Team® and Solution Coach® for Bullying Resolution and Positive School Climate


The Common Language Program sponsors the local initiative to establish non–punitive, low staff time, student-
directed Solution Teams® to involve bystanders, bullies and allies in resolving bullying dynamics.

Handouts:
Jeff Caplan, Common Language Program Oak Grove Room – 2nd Floor South Building
B-2 Student Listening Circles and Bullying Prevention

The goals of the SLC are to provide a meaningful opportunity for youth to:  1) Share their ideas about student resilience, well-being, bullying and school climate 2) Create an action plan with committed adults to prevent bullying and improve student well-being. This workshop will take participants through a mini-mock SLC and provide information about conducting SLC’s in/at a school site.

Handouts:
Leslie Poynor, WestEd Saratoga Room – 1st Floor South Building 
B-3 Comprehensive Safe School Planning: Pulling It All Together

Participants will learn the 7-step planning process in creating a comprehensive sage school plan focused on bullying prevention and incorporating current anti-bullying legislation.
JoAnn Allen, Santa Cruz County Office of Education San Jose/East Side Room – 1st Floor
B-4 Empowering Our Students to Respect Each Other

This workshop will be an overview of Project Cornerstone and the student workshop Expect Respect. This workshop empowers students to “own” their own school climate – to develop action plans to improve the climate and to implement those plans.

Handouts:
COE Bully Symposium 2013.docCOE Bully Symposium 2013.doc
Linda Silvius, Project Cornerstone Milpitas Room – 2nd Floor North Building
 

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