TO BE RESCHEDULED: How Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Can Help Prevent Bullying

TO BE RESCHEDULED: How Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Can Help Prevent Bullying

Wednesday, July 11, 2018 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

We sincerely apologize for the technical difficulties during this CSN webinar.  We will be rescheduling the webinar and will send out the registration information very soon.  Thank you for your interest in the webinar, and we look forward to seeing you at the rescheduled time.  Please note that we will be sending the archived recording of the rescheduled webinar to all those who registered for today’s webinar, so don’t worry if you are not able to attend at the rescheduled time.  Thank you again for your patience and understanding.



Register now for this interactive webinar to learn about the latest research on bullying among children and adolescents and explore strategies for using social and emotional learning (SEL) to prevent bullying. Social and emotional learning helps children and adolescents to manage their emotions, empathize with others, and develop positive relationships. (1) It provides an important framework for schools to use in helping students acquire and strengthen social and emotional skills to prevent bullying behaviors and support inclusion and respect. (2) Catherine Bradshaw, Ph.D., M.Ed. of the University of Virginia, Tracy Waasdorp, Ph.D., M.Ed of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Michael Sulkowski, Ph.D. of the University of Arizona will describe their research and practice in applying social and emotional learning to the prevention of bullying. The webinar will be moderated by Jim Vetter, Ed.M. of Education Development Center (EDC) and the Social-Emotional Learning Alliance for Massachusetts (SEL4MA).


1.      Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL), What Is SEL? Retrieved from

2.      Ragozzino, K. and O’Brien, M.U. (November 2009). “Social and Emotional Learning and Bullying Prevention.” Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) and the Social and Emotional Learning Research Group at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Retrieved from

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