Bullying

Bullying

Bullying is not a new problem. In fact, most of us can remember a time when we were either bullied, witnessed bullying or participated in bullying another. However, the school shootings in the late 90’s drew greater attention to this issue. Schools, parents, law enforcement and the mental health profession realized the impact bullying has on not only the student who is bullied or the student who bullies, but on the entire school population. There is good news. Bullying can be addressed and prevented. Find out more.

Below are websites with information for teachers, parents:

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StopBullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on bullying, cyberbullying, prevention and response.

Teaching Tolerance is a resource for teachers, parents, teens and children.

PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center unites, engages and educates communities nationwide to address bullying through creative, relevant and interactive resources.

Hazelden Publishing’s website for the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program. The Program is a comprehensive, school-wide program designed to reduce and prevent bullying problems among school children/teens and to improve peer relations at school.

Safe Supportive Learning

Their mission is to promote the efficient and actionable measurement of Conditions For Learning (CFL) in schools nationwide, and the productive use of those data to create safe, supportive, and successful schools that have strong CFL.

The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation is an internationally recognized non-profit organization founded upon the powerful belief in kindness and dedicated to providing resources and tools that encourage acts of kindness. Resources support improving school climate and reducing bullying behaviors.

 

Casel is a non-profit academic organization dedicated to helping schools establish social and emotional learning as an essential part of education.

Youth Bullying: What does the research say?

PromotePrevent
Preventing Bullying – Understand, Prevent, Intervene – The tools and resources you need to understand what bullying is, how to prevent it and how to address it effectively.

 

Stop Bullying Now Information for schools and parents about preventing bullying in schools.

Below are excellent resources (PDF documents) related to bullying prevention, school climate and cyber bullying.

Electronic Media and Youth Violence: A CDC Issue Brief for Educators and Caregivers focuses on the phenomena of electronic aggression.

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention - Bullying in Schools: An Overview.

Stop Bullying Speak Up Educators Guide
Join Cartoon Network in speaking up against bullying. This guide focuses on motivating bystanders to speak up and help prevent bullying.

 

The Relationship between Bullying and Suicide

This document provides concrete, action-oriented information based on the latest science to help you improve your schools’ understanding of and ability to prevent and respond to the problem of bullying and suicide-related behavior.

The information below is available for free on the internet.

ADAPP, in partnership with Connect with Kids, has developed video and print resources to help facilitate youth meetings, classroom programming, mentor sessions and family discussions at home.

PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center Classroom Tool Kits and Activities

 

Stop Bullying: Speak Up – Information/Videos/Pledges and Resources.

 

Watch these webisodes to learn how KB, Josh, Milton, and their friends deal with kids who bully.

Sesame Workshop is a nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street and so much more. Their mission is to help kids everywhere grow smarter, stronger, and kinder.

Bully Prevention & Teaching Positive Behavior - The Casey and Bella Anti-­Bully Curriculum Aligned with Common Core Standards for PreK-5 is a free resource for schools.

Operation Respect is a non-profit organization working to assure each child and youth a respectful, safe and compassionate climate of learning where their academic, social and emotional development can take place free of bullying, ridicule and violence.

Download a PDF bibliography of recommended reads for students and resources for educators and parents.
ADAPP’s own newsletters about bullying. They can be reproduced for parents, teachers and students.

BULLYING Tips n Pointers KIDS

BULLYING Tips n Pointers PARENTS BULLYING

BULLYING Tips n Pointers PARENTS CYBERBULLYING

BULLYING Tips n Pointers TEACHERS