How is the MAP S.T.A.R.S. Conflict Education Bully Program different from other bully programs?
There is current significant evidence from the Centre for Infant Cognition at the University of British Columbia that states episodes of bullying that mar early grade school years for hundreds of children may be a partial result of the victim’s DNA.
The study shows that behaviors that most often lead to exclusion and victimization in the classroom or schoolyard have their roots in a student’s genes arguing that children’s genetic makeup has a direct impact on the quality of the interactions they enjoy with their peers. The study also shows infants learn social stratification as early as nine months. Since according to the study children are genetically programed to bully, bullying programs now need to address this inborn root cause of conflict by providing innovative environments to prevent this individual and social disorder from occurring.
The MAP S.T.A.R.S. Conflict Education Bully Program mainly focuses on the prevention of conflict by understanding its genetic root causes.
The MAP S.T.A.R.S. Conflict Education Bully Program also differs from other conflict education/bullying programs is that it is a complete program that teaches young people how to prevent, resolve and manage conflict whereas most conflict education/bullying program focus superficially on the tertiary or management level after a conflict has already occurred.
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