It’s no secret that bullying is a bad bad thing. One of our rockstar teachers put together some awesome resources and I thought I’d share the wealth here. I did several sessions a few years ago on CyberSafety for different campuses and they involved different videos that I’m going to post here as well. Keep in mind that the week we do the book fair, have grand parents day and our Reading and Technology night, we’re going to have CyberSafety week…we’ll have fun announcements and a couple different activities planned.
Here’s a cute readers theater called Crocodile And Ghost Bat Have A Hullabaloo which is all about name calling. I also found a good website with bullying lessons and powerpoints.
This article discusses characteristics of bullies and how every level of a school can handle and recognize a bully. At the end it lists several other articles that can help you in your classroom…
This site is amazing! Several webisodes on bullying situations that you can show your students as well as games. There is information for students as well as adults…
This site offers coloring sheets (cough cough), contests, stories, and celebrity messages to help students understand that bullying must be stopped!
- Student-to-Student Sexual Harassment in Elementary School? Really? Kevin Lungwitz, TEPSA Outside General Attorney
- How We Treat One Another in School: Survey reveals middle schoolers want adults to pay attention and keep them safe
- Tips on Combating Bullying: A video segment by NAESP President Barbara Chester
- Bullying Information Center Peer-reviewed articles and resources
- Anti-Defamation League Guide to Combat Bullying: Tools and resources to combat bullying and cyberbullying
- Stop Bullying Now! Practical advice for students and parents
- Cyberbullying, Dating Violence and Other Safety Issues: Information from the Texas Attorney General
- Safe and Drug Free Schools: Information from TEA
- Verbal Abuse – Slurs and Name-Calling: NAESP’s one page Report to Parents
- Preventing and Countering School-Based Harassament: A Resource Guide for K-12 Educators: Resources from training conducted by the Equity Program
- +Works: New Houston nonprofit uniting parents and schools against bullying
Bullying won’t be tolerated here at Luna. Let’s do what we can to educate and prevent!