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open close toggle Not In Our School Quick Start Guide Tips & Facts Not In Our School/Not In Our Town 2012

A Not In Our School Campaign (NIOS) is an ongoing commitment to empower students to create safe and inclusive environments that are free of bullying, anti-gay harassment, bigotry, racism, and all forms of intolerance. This is a four page guide to starting a Not In Our School Campaign (NIOS. The NIOS website http://www.niot.org/nios/about has an array of inspiring films and lesson guides (available to stream at no cost) with examples of schools that have initiated similar campaigns.

Topics: LGBT, Prevention, Schools

For more info please visit http://www.niot.org/nios/quickstart Site exit disclaimer

open close toggle Acception: Bullying Solutions and Prevention Health Education Curriculum Tips & Facts Christopher Doyle, M.A. 2012

Acception: Bullying Solutions and Prevention Health Education Curriculum is an evidence-informed resource designed to serve as an addendum to health education curricula in grades 6-12. Best used in combination with the Acception DVD Film, this teaching guide meets the performance indicators in Standards 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, and 8 of the National Health Education Standards, which provides a framework for curriculum development and selection, instruction, and student assessment in health education.

Topics: None

For more info please visit http://www.acception.info/tips_for_educators0.aspx Site exit disclaimer

open close toggle A Framework for School-Wide Bullying Prevention and Safety Tips & Facts National Association of School Psychologists 2012

This document was developed to provide a guiding framework to local education agencies and school administrators for implementing effective, sustainable school-wide bullying prevention and safety efforts.

Topics: Policies & Laws, Prevention, Respond to Bullying, Schools

For more info please visit http://www.nasponline.org/resources/bullying/Bullying_Brief_12.pdf Site exit disclaimer

open close toggle Eyes on Bullying Tips & Facts Kim Storey, Ed.D. and Ron Slaby, Ph.D.

This is a bullying prevention website that provides adults who care for youth with engaging, user-friendly, and research-based tools to learn about and deal effectively with the problem of bullying.

Topics: Prevention, Respond to Bullying

For more info please visit http://www.eyesonbullying.org Site exit disclaimer

open close toggle 2.5 Kids: Parents' Bullying Questions Answered Tips & Facts 2.5 Kids, Inc. 2012

This resource, aimed at parents, provides expert answers to many common questions parents have about bullying in their children.

Topics: Prevention, Respond to Bullying

For more info please visit http://2point5kids.com/bullying/ Site exit disclaimer

open close toggle It's My Life: Bullies Tips & Facts PBS Kids

"It's My Life," the PBS Kids website for tweens, offers children ages 8 to 12 a variety of information and interactivity about bullies, including polls, printables, and a "Beat the Bully" game. Covers topics such as "Who's A Target," "Are You A Bully?," "Innocent Bystanders," and "Online Bullying."

Topics: Respond to Bullying, Kids

For more info please visit http://pbskids.org/itsmylife/friends/bullies/index.html Site exit disclaimer

open close toggle BFF (Be a Friend First) Tips & Facts Girl Scouts of the USA 2012

BFF (Be a Friend First) a title selected by middle school girls, was created to help them develop healthy relationship skills, understand relational aggression, and learn about conflict resolution and bullying prevention. Based on Girl Scouts of the USA’s aMAZE! Journey leadership curriculum, the activities and content in BFF are correlated to national and state standards, particularly character education, service learning, and written communication skills. Girls begin BFF by understanding how to develop healthy friendships. They then learn to deal with relational aggression and bullying in their own relationships. Finally, they lead with friendship in their schools and communities by taking action to prevent bully behavior. BFF is tailored to girls’ specific interests and needs. It is based on extensive research on girls’ relationships and bullying behavior, conducted by the Girl Scout Research Institute, as well as focus groups with middle school girls from across the country. BFF was developed to address girl-bullying specifically, and during the years when it is most prevalent. Facilitated by trained community volunteers in middle schools, faith or community-based settings, BFF is designed to create opportunities for girls to share their experiences, gain skills for developing meaningful friendships through games and role plays, and practice resolving conflict in healthy ways. Importantly, girls will work on a project of their own design to address bullying in their schools or larger communities. This is a key part of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience—taking action to make the world a better place—an empowering experience for girls on this or any issue! BFF Sample Eight Session Overview • First Impressions in the Maze • Navigating Friendships • Cliques and Conflicts • Caution: Bullies Straight Ahead • Let Peace Begin with You • Improving Relationship and the World • Toward Peace: Take Action! • Pass it Forward BFF is free of charge and schools and community groups need only contact their local Girl Scout Council (www.girlscouts.org/councilfinder/) to initiate program and partnership. Print resources in English or Spanish are available to volunteers interested in facilitating the program and can be obtained from the local Council or online via the BFF facilitator community: http://gsuniv.org/BFFfacilitators/. Additional online games, quizzes, activities and videos for girls are available at: http://forgirls.girlscouts.org/BFF/. For more information and video stories, go to: www.girlscouts.org/program/journeys/BFF/default.asp.

Topics: Prevention, Respond to Bullying, Kids, Schools, Cyberbullying, Youth Development, Healthy Relationships

For more info please visit http://forgirls.girlscouts.org/BFF/ Site exit disclaimer

open close toggle Be a STAR Teacher’s Aide Resource Kit and Video Guide Tips & Facts National Education Association Health Information Network and True Educator, Inc. 2011

Our FREE, downloadable Teacher's Aide Resource Kit and Video Guide were prepared in conjunction with the NEA HIN and True Educator, Inc. These materials promote tolerance and respect with the goal of eradicating bullying from schools and society. Based on the film “That’s What I Am”, they provide you with powerful and proven information and tools for discussing bullying with students. Starring Academy Award®-nominated Ed Harris, Chase Ellison, WWE Superstar Randy Orton and Amy Madigan, “That’s What I Am” is a moving and thought-provoking look at the insidious ways bullying can affect people of all ages—and how to overcome those effects. The Teacher's Aide Resource Kit and Video Guide includes: - Nine Thematic Lesson Plans (Courage, Responsibility, Dignity, Friendship, Advocacy, Resiliency, Empathy, Identity and Morality) with specific instructional activities and Student Activity Sheets. - Synopsis and clips from the film “That's What I Am”, which is the foundation of this Teacher's Aide. - A robust Teacher Planning Section with essential questions aligned to the film's major themes and principles, a National Education Standards tie-in chart, and a comprehensive interdisciplinary Unit Framework. - A reproducible Reflective Journal for students to use throughout the program.

Topics: Prevention, Respond to Bullying, Kids, Schools, Youth Development

For more info please visit http://www.beastaralliance.org/teachers Site exit disclaimer

open close toggle Be a STAR Resources Tips & Facts Be a STAR 2011

Bullying is, of course, nothing new. But these days, in addition to the schoolyard brawls, name-calling and direct intimidation that countless generations have faced, kids have to deal with the far-reaching consequences of cyber-bullying—when a youngster is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated and targeted on the Internet, social media or mobile devices. That's why today's parents need to be more concerned and vigilant than ever. If you know, or suspect, that your child is being bullied, you're undoubtedly wondering what you can do. Even if you've spoken to your child's teachers and principal, you may feel that that wasn't enough. You have questions, you want information, and you need support. That's why we've collected valuable resources and tools for you right here. Please take a few moments to explore the information in the link provided and then show your child that they can count on you.

Topics: Prevention, Respond to Bullying, Kids, Schools, Cyberbullying, Youth Development, Healthy Relationships

For more info please visit http://www.beastaralliance.org/parents Site exit disclaimer

open close toggle Truth Is (Official Music Video) Tips & Facts Marcella Fruehan 2012

This is a song that my 16 year old daughter wrote to take a stand against bullying. She produced this video and is sharing it with schools and youth organizations to help connect with her peers, to encourage them that they are all special and loved and that bullying is wrong. Please feel free to share it!

Topics: Prevention, Respond to Bullying, Kids, Youth Development, Healthy Relationships

For more info please visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJSBWVT8aik Site exit disclaimer