Date of Award
Thesis (699 registration)
Master of Science in Counseling
safety, social/emotional, physical, secondary, education, training
Violence has been an evident problem in schools across the United States. The literature review is designed to educate school personnel on current research to decrease school violence. A universal proactive approach is used with a trauma informed lens, to focus on students and teachers social/emotional and physical safety. A training has been implemented to increase educator’s awareness of the different types of violence. The training implements strategies for physical, social, and emotional safety needs, with positive change to improve school climate.
Grosz, Katie, "Training for Secondary Educators to Decrease School Violence" (2019). Dissertations, Theses, and Projects. 155.