In Their Own Words: Teachers Bullied by Colleagues
While most stories are about children being bullied, it can happen to anyone. Teachers being bullied by other teachers is a disturbing trend that has to stop. In Part 1 of this 2-part series, educators share their personal stories of being bullied in the workplace.
Digital Citizenship: Resource Roundup
A big part of bullying prevention is teaching students how to THINK and be upstanding digital citizens, so we curated the BEST resources on digital citizenship just for you. #BullyFree
This Is The Perfect Way To Teach Kids About Bullying
This @Buzzfeed post about how one teacher taught her students about the effects of bullying is simple but powerful.
The Kindness Game Activity
What better month than October to play the Kindness Game?! This free, downloadable, bingo-style game can be used in the classroom or at home to promote empathy (and have fun).
Social and Emotional Learning | Edutopia
During Bullying Prevention Month, you might hear a lot of people talking about Social & Emotional Learning, or SEL. So, what does that mean? This image breaks it down. For more information & resources, visit our Social and Emotional Learning topic page.
8 Steps to Combat the Bullying Epidemic
Don't wait for the next Bullying Prevention Month. Take steps now, including compassion instead of zero tolerance, community involvement, and cross-curriculum integration (especially the arts).
Bully No More - ASCD Inservice
By Virginia Smith Lucy bends down on the ground and holds the football upright with her finger. She sweetly invites Charlie Brown to kick the ball into the air. Having been burned before, Charlie declines, stating that he knows that Lucy is going to jerk the ball away at the last minute and cause […]
How to Cultivate a Bully-Free Community
Make communication and emotional literacy part of your everyday curriculum. These won't eliminate conflict and bad feelings, but they'll prevent bullying patterns from taking root.
8 Tips for Schools Interested in Restorative Justice
Restorative justice promotes a positive, orderly school environment. Students and all members of the school community can learn and practice self-discipline, empathy, and accountability.