Seattle-based nonprofit joins ConnectSafely.org to help make the Web a safer place for kids. It’s a paradox we’re all too familiar with: The Internet can be both a wonderful tool and a risky place, especially for children and youth. What better way to make it safer than to bring youth into the conversation? Safer Internet Day 2014 is doing just that.
The article, titled "The Role of Social-Emotional Learning in Bullying Prevention Efforts," appeared in a special issue of Theory into Practice dedicated to emerging issues in school bullying research and prevention science. It examines how a school’s social ecology can affect bullying, highlighting that SEL can reduce bullying by positively shaping the school climate.
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