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NJ Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying (Staff, Volunteers & Contracted Service Providers): N.J.S.A. 18A:37-17b and c., N.J.A.C. 6A:16-7.7.

NJ Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying (Staff, Volunteers & Contracted Service Providers): N.J.S.A. 18A:37-17b and c., N.J.A.C. 6A:16-7.7.


This training fulfills the district board of education's requirement N.J.S.A. 18A:37-17b and c., N.J.A.C. 6A:16-7.7.: to review the training needs of district staff for the effective implementation of the HIB policies, procedures, programs, and initiatives and to implement locally determined staff training programs for Public School Teachers, School Employees, Volunteers with student contact, and Contracted service providers.

R3 | 1 Cyber Target Restoration

R3 | 1 Cyber Target Restoration


Resolve Conflicts | Remediate Behaviors | Restore Trust & Safety With R3, school districts can rest assured that they did their due diligence to resolve conflicts, remediate problematic behaviors and restore trust among students. As equally important, is the fact that all students' sessions are archived in our proprietary software as evidence of the district’s ongoing efforts resolve conflicts, remediate problematic behaviors and restore trust among students. R3 is a virtual school counselor software system that utilizes videos and interactive lessons, assessments and open-ended prompts that are based on Cognitive Behavior Therapy techniques and designed to teach students who have been identified as the alleged aggressor or target of a founded or unfounded act of harassment, intimidation, bullying, conflict or aggression. The foundational focus of R3 is to shift from labeling students as aggressors and targets to identifying problematic behaviors that require remediation. For the alleged aggressor, the lessons enable the student to learn “the why” of their behaviors, how the behavior impacted the alleged target and the school’s culture and climate, how to prevent recurrences of the behavior and to develop a greater sense of compassion and empathy for others. Best practices for effective student behavior management include the implementation of targeted remedial measures, either in place of or in addition to punitive measures. R3’s goal is to serve as the educational community’s source of remedial solutions. Students' assessments to check for understanding may be in the form of multiple choice, true/false, an essay or a drawing. Students receive the opportunity to play an online game after each session. All students' responses are saved on Onspire's R3 secure servers as evidence of the school district's efforts to provide evidence of remedial measures for all acts of founded/unfounded HIB, conflict resolution, code of conduct infractions and social-emotional difficulties.

C3 | Grade 5 | Free Trial

C3 | Grade 5 | Free Trial


Online Bullying Prevention, Character & Cultural Education Curriculum (Civility, Compassion & Cultural Curriculum, K-8) is an online, literacy-based K-8 curriculum that utilizes videos and interactive lessons and assessments designed to teach students how to identify and address acts of harassment, intimidation, and bullying, conflict, aggression, and incivility. As a literacy-based curriculum, C3’s characters “grow” with your students as they journey through grades K-8 with the C3 characters as they experience developmentally typical situational story lines in an effort to provide your students with real-world learning experiences. C3 may be implemented to individual students through their own Onspire account or via an educational professional as a group lesson. C3 starts each year with a foundational lesson that teaches students and staff a common language for identifying, communicating and reporting problematic behaviors using a color-coded system that does not use the “B” word (bullying) and that emphasizes identifying forms of aggression without labeling students as “bullies and victims.” As equally important, C3 teaches personal advocacy skills, non-violent responses to aggression and conflict, healthy coping mechanisms for psycho-social manipulation, compassion and empathy. C3 is aligned to instructional standards for language arts literacy, health education and the American School Counselors Association which enables districts to implement the program across multiple disciplines. Many educational and community leaders believe that incivility among our adult population is on the rise and detrimental to the social and emotional development of our children. Research indicates links between deficits in social-emotional learning and academic achievement among K-12 students. Conversely, numerous research reports show that social and emotional learning can have a positive impact on students' academic performance. Students' assessments to check for understanding may be in the form of multiple choice, true/false, an essay or a drawing. Students receive the opportunity to play an online game after each session. All students' responses are saved on Onspire's C3 secure servers as evidence of the school district's efforts to provide Bullying Prevention, Character & Cultural Education instruction.

R3 | 10 Cyber Aggressor Remediation

R3 | 10 Cyber Aggressor Remediation


Resolve Conflicts | Remediate Behaviors | Restore Trust & Safety With R3, school districts can rest assured that they did their due diligence to resolve conflicts, remediate problematic behaviors and restore trust among students. As equally important, is the fact that all students' sessions are archived in our proprietary software as evidence of the district’s ongoing efforts resolve conflicts, remediate problematic behaviors and restore trust among students. R3 is a virtual school counselor software system that utilizes videos and interactive lessons, assessments and open-ended prompts that are based on Cognitive Behavior Therapy techniques and designed to teach students who have been identified as the alleged aggressor or target of a founded or unfounded act of harassment, intimidation, bullying, conflict or aggression. The foundational focus of R3 is to shift from labeling students as aggressors and targets to identifying problematic behaviors that require remediation. For the alleged aggressor, the lessons enable the student to learn “the why” of their behaviors, how the behavior impacted the alleged target and the school’s culture and climate, how to prevent recurrences of the behavior and to develop a greater sense of compassion and empathy for others. Best practices for effective student behavior management include the implementation of targeted remedial measures, either in place of or in addition to punitive measures. R3’s goal is to serve as the educational community’s source of remedial solutions. Students' assessments to check for understanding may be in the form of multiple choice, true/false, an essay or a drawing. Students receive the opportunity to play an online game after each session. All students' responses are saved on Onspire's R3 secure servers as evidence of the school district's efforts to provide evidence of remedial measures for all acts of founded/unfounded HIB, conflict resolution, code of conduct infractions and social-emotional difficulties.

C3 | Kindergarten | Free Trial

C3 | Kindergarten | Free Trial


Online Bullying Prevention, Character & Cultural Education Curriculum (Civility, Compassion & Cultural Curriculum, K-8) is an online, literacy-based K-8 curriculum that utilizes videos and interactive lessons and assessments designed to teach students how to identify and address acts of harassment, intimidation, and bullying, conflict, aggression, and incivility. As a literacy-based curriculum, C3’s characters “grow” with your students as they journey through grades K-8 with the C3 characters as they experience developmentally typical situational story lines in an effort to provide your students with real-world learning experiences. C3 may be implemented to individual students through their own Onspire account or via an educational professional as a group lesson. C3 starts each year with a foundational lesson that teaches students and staff a common language for identifying, communicating and reporting problematic behaviors using a color-coded system that does not use the “B” word (bullying) and that emphasizes identifying forms of aggression without labeling students as “bullies and victims.” As equally important, C3 teaches personal advocacy skills, non-violent responses to aggression and conflict, healthy coping mechanisms for psycho-social manipulation, compassion and empathy. C3 is aligned to instructional standards for language arts literacy, health education and the American School Counselors Association which enables districts to implement the program across multiple disciplines. Many educational and community leaders believe that incivility among our adult population is on the rise and detrimental to the social and emotional development of our children. Research indicates links between deficits in social-emotional learning and academic achievement among K-12 students. Conversely, numerous research reports show that social and emotional learning can have a positive impact on students' academic performance. Students' assessments to check for understanding may be in the form of multiple choice, true/false, an essay or a drawing. Students receive the opportunity to play an online game after each session. All students' responses are saved on Onspire's C3 secure servers as evidence of the school district's efforts to provide Bullying Prevention, Character & Cultural Education instruction.




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R3 Grade 1 Cyber Target Restoration --

R3 Grade 10 Cyber Aggressor Remediation --

C3 Grade K --

C3 Grade 5 --

PD3 NJ Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act (school staff, volunteers, and contracted service providers)


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