2021-22 Mandatory Annual Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 Trainings

  • BCPS STAFF WITH PERSONNEL NUMBERS TRAINING

    All BCPS school-based and district staff with personnel numbers are required to complete the annual Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 Staff Training. It is recommended the course be taken individually, but if principals pre-approve group completion, staff may do so.

    THE 2021-22 SCHOOL YEAR DUE DATES

    • The staff course completion date is October 18, 2021. Each course will retain one open section throughout the 2021-2022 school year for new hires, employees returning from leave, etc.
    • Principal certification: BCPS principals (not directors) will receive an email in October with a link to electronically certify completion of all Policy 5.9 mandates via KickUp by November 1, 2021. Principals/directors will use LAB to track and certify staff completion. Directions for accessing completion records are in the Generating a Course Completion Report for Administrators using the Staff Dashboard instructions. 

    TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THE MANDATORY ANNUAL TRAINING

    Individual Completion Option (most common): Broward County Public School employees with personnel numbers will access the training by registering for the course in Learning Across Broward (LAB) and completing all course requirements in Canvas by October 18, 2021. 

    Follow the instructions below:

    1. On the LAB homepage, locate the Required Learning channel. Mandatory compliance course requirements are listed under the Required Learning channel for users.
    2. Register for SBBC Anti-Bullying Policy 21-22 (Course Number 39133184) by clicking on a course name then selecting any open section listed for the course. If the sections appear full, click the View All Sections button in the bottom right corner.
    3. Once registered, select the Courses tab located at the top of the LAB page and click on the course title in the My Courses channel.
    4. Once the course title is selected, the Canvas course will open.
    5. Once logged into Canvas, follow the instructions to successfully complete the course and receive credit in LAB. Take the course individually and 1) read and view all the content in order, and 2) complete the quiz and receive 100% (all questions correct), including the submission of the course acknowledgment question #6. The quiz may be retaken until 100% is reached.
      NOTE: Use a laptop or desktop to take this course, not a phone or tablet. 
    6. A LAB survey is NOT REQUIRED for this course and a certificate is not generated in Canvas, but in LAB on the Transcript page.
    7. Proof of course completion and a certificate will be available in each participant's LAB transcript 48 hours after successfully completing it. Staff can access their LAB transcript by logging into LAB, and clicking the Transcript tab. Administrators will track completion through LAB.

    Group Completion Option:  When group completion is pre-approved and preferred by a principal/district supervisor, follow the instructions below to ensure each participant receives credit in LAB for successfully completing their annual training requirements. The principal/supervisor will:

    1. Provide a sign-in sheet for participants and ensure all participants enter their full names and Broward personnel numbers (p#). The sign-in sheet must include the following:  date, time, location, participants' full names and Broward p#s.
    2. Access the course and project it to the group.
    3. Upon completion, the administrator will 1) create an EXCEL spreadsheet only containing the name and full 8-digit Broward personnel number of each completer (P00012345), 2) label the sheet using the following naming format “ANTI-BULLYING TRAINING 21/22 - SCHOOL NAME” in the subject line to ensure proper routing, then 3) email it to lab@browardschools.com.
    4. Participants may view the completed training on their LAB transcript within 2 weeks of the submission of the electronic sign-in sheet. 

  • CHARTER STAFF OR STAFF WITH NO PERSONNEL NUMBERS TRAINING

    All charter school staff or external staff without personnel numbers are required to complete the annual Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 Staff Training by the due date. It is recommended the course be taken individually, but if principals pre-approve group completion, staff may do so.

    Charter principals shall complete all requirements by their due dates and be able to provide proof of completion upon request.

    THE 2021-22 SCHOOL YEAR DUE DATES

    • Staff course completion: October 18, 2021
    • Principal proof of completion: Principals will collect all staff’s proof of completion by November 1, 2021. If the individual completion option is chosen, this quiz serves as each staff’s proof. Staff must score 80% (4 out of 5) on the quiz they submit. The answer key for the quiz is located in the SC&D Charter HUB, only accessible to charter school principals. Group completion proof is the completed sign-in sheet (see below directions).

    TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THE MANDATORY ANNUAL TRAINING

    Individual Completion Option (most common)

    Staff will:

    1. Download this quiz and complete it as they view Broward County Public School’s Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 Staff Training video located at BCPS’s Eduvision: https://becon.eduvision.tv/Share.aspx?q=3SfVi13wT7RIqyJxcidX2A%253d%253d.
    2. Check the boxes with the correct answers on the quiz and submit it (electronically or via hard copy) to their administrator/principal by October 18, 2021. They will retain a copy for their records.
    3. To successfully complete the training module, staff must score 80% (4 out of 5 correct) and sign the quiz to certify they completed the course and quiz individually.

    Group Completion Option: When group completion is pre-approved and preferred by a principal, follow the instructions below to ensure each participant receives credit for successfully completing the annual training requirements.

    The principal will:

    1. Provide a sign-in sheet for participants. The sign-in sheet must include the following: date, time, location, and each participant’s full name.
    2. Download the training video and project it to the group.
    3. Retain the original completed sign-in sheet for each staff member’s proof of completion.


     

  • STUDENT TRAINING

    To meet the requirements of SBBC Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9, all students in grades K-12 are mandated to receive this annual training by October 18, 2021. The training is designed to be one 30-45 minute projected classroom lesson and is not to be taken individually by students. Principals will create a plan to administer the training to all their students – for example, have all 1st period teachers provide it to their classes. Staff teaching the student training will have already successfully completed their mandatory staff training.

    DIRECTIONS FOR BCPS SCHOOLS

    • Student training directions: Instructors teaching the mandatory student training will click on the appropriate Canvas link below. Teachers will then project and teach the video lesson to the class, while conducting discussions and activities as directed by the Teacher Script.
      • Training for students in grades K-5 (Canvas course #1235828)
      • Training for students in grades 6-12 (Canvas course #1235925)
      • Optional Booster Expansion Lesson: It is recommended schools choose to enhance their violence prevention efforts by teaching the optional expansion lessons located in the files section of the Canvas course, 1-2 weeks following the training module.
    • Principal certification: BCPS principals will receive an email in October with a link to electronically certify completion of all Policy 5.9 mandates via KickUp by November 1, 2021. In KickUp, principals will certify how and when all students were trained.

    DIRECTIONS FOR CHARTER SCHOOLS

    • Student training directions: Instructors teaching the mandatory student training will click on the appropriate Eduvision link below. Teachers will then project and teach the video lesson to the class, while conducting discussions and activities as directed by the Teacher Script.
    • Principal certification: Charter principals will collect and retain proof of completion by November 1, 2021. Charter principals will determine the proof of completion method – for example, student sign-in sheets, a student survey, an implementation schedule, etc. to certify how and when all students were trained.

  • PARENT TRAINING

    To meet the requirements of SBBC Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9, principals must make the parent video training available via multiple methods to all parents with students in grades K-12 by October 18, 2021. Some suggested methods are to post the link on the school's website, play it at parent association meetings, or send the link home in an email. 

    DIRECTIONS FOR BCPS SCHOOLS

    • Parent training directions: Access the parent training video via this Canvas course #1235826. The training can then be shown to parents by projection. If wishing to share the training with community members via a link, use this Eduvision link (https://www.eduvision.tv/l?eAeOOgR).
    • Principal certification: BCPS principals will receive an email in October with a link to electronically certify completion of all Policy 5.9 mandates via KickUp by November 1, 2021. In KickUp, principals will certify how and when how the training was made available to parents.

    DIRECTIONS FOR CHARTER SCHOOLS

    • Parent training directions: Access and share the parent training video via this Eduvision link https://www.eduvision.tv/l?eAeOOgR.
    • Principal certification: Charter principals will collect and retain proof of completion (how and when training was made available to parents) by November 1, 2021, to be provided upon request.

  • INVESTIGATIVE DESIGNEE TRAINING

    Every year each principal and department head must designate an administrator to be the school’s/department’s bullying Investigative Designee. Larger schools may choose to have more than one administrator act as an Investigative Designees (ID). The ID receives and investigates all bullying complaints.

    Per Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9, all IDs must be assigned and complete the annual anti-bullying Investigative Designee training by October 18, 2021.

    DIRECTIONS FOR BCPS SCHOOLS

    • Investigative Designees (ID) training directions: IDs will access the training via this Canvas course link (Canvas course #1213849). IDs will log in, successfully complete the course and quiz, then provide proof of completion to their principal/department head. To successfully complete the course, IDs must view all the content and score 100% (10 out of 10) on the quiz. Once successfully completed, IDs will go to the "Course Progress" page and print the screen (Ctrl P) for proof of completion. IDs will provide a copy to their principal/department head and retain a copy for their records.
    • Principal certification: BCPS principals will receive an email in October with a link to electronically certify completion of all Policy 5010 mandates via KickUp by November 1, 2021. In KickUp, principals will certify who has been designated the school’s Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 ID and that the ID has successfully completed the ID training.

    DIRECTIONS FOR CHARTER SCHOOLS

    • Investigative Designees (ID) training directions: Charter school IDs or staff without personnel numbers will access the training via Eduvision (https://www.eduvision.tv/l?eAeAALD). IDs must view the all the content while completing this quiz. IDs must score 80% (8 out of 10) to successfully complete the training. IDs will provide the completed quiz to their principal and retain a copy for their records as proof of completion.
    • Principal certification: Charter principals will collect and retain proof of completion by November 1, 2021, to be provided upon request. The answer key for the ID quiz is located in the SC&D Charter HUB, only accessible to charter school principals. 

  • PREVENTION LIAISON TRAINING

    The District’s comprehensive Anti-Bullying Policy 5.9 helps to ensure all of BCPS students feel safe and respected while attending school. Key to this goal is the Policy’s requirement that each and every school have a Prevention Liaison or PL. The PL is responsible for the dissemination of prevention curriculum related to the strands of prevention such as diversity, violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, instructional strategies, health and wellness, as well as MTSS Academic and Behavioral Supports.

    By October 18, 2021, each principal will designate their school's PL.

    DIRECTIONS FOR BCPS SCHOOLS

    • BCPS Prevention Liaisons: BCPS PLs will receive bi-annual trainings administered by this department. The department will reach out to the PLs once the dates are set.
    • Principal certification: BCPS principals will receive an email in October with a link to electronically certify completion of all Policy 5.9 mandates via KickUp by November 1, 2021. In KickUp, principals will certify who has been designated as the school’s PL.

    DIRECTIONS FOR CHARTER SCHOOLS

    • Charter BCPS Prevention Liaisons: Charter PLs will receive bi-annual trainings administered by this department. The department will reach out to the PLs once the dates are set.
    • Principal certification: Charter principals will email prevention@browardschools.com stating the name of the chosen PL, the PL’s contact information, and the name of the school by October 18, 2021. Principals will retain proof of email by November 1, 2021, to be provided upon request.

    If you have any questions, please email prevention@browardschools.com.

  • SUPPORT GROUP METHOD OF INTERVENTION

    Support Group Method  The Support Group Method (SGM) of Bullying Intervention does not replace, but complements a school’s anti-bullying policy and code of conduct discipline matrix. The SGM bullying intervention is an easily utilized tool that can be embedded into your school-wide efforts in a sustainable way. Incorporate SGM into school safety teams or have it used by individuals such as school counselors, peer counseling teachers, administrators, or before/after school care workers.

    The success of any intervention method relies on effective training, fidelity of process, school-wide integration, documentation, and evaluation. So if your school is interested in being trained on SGM, watch the SGM Instructional video and contact us for further information.