Bullying Prevention – Resources for Educators

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Cross Country Education
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October 16, 2020 22:00 PM (GMT-04:00)
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Teachers and school-based professionals know bullying has been around for ages, and it’s not going away any time soon. However, there is hope! Today, there are organizations, research, and policies designed to protect kids from bullying. Therefore, educators can stand up to bullying with renewed determination armed with engaging activies, research-based best practices, and useful resources like these! 
 

 

Edutopia – Resources to Fight Bullying and Harassment at School

If you’ve been on the hunt for a one-stop shop for anti-bullying resources, Edutopia has it! Edutopia’s comprehensive collection of websites, articles, organizations, lesson plans, guides, and resources on bullying is outstanding. Not only are there countless links to reputable, research-based resources; there are also links to insightful Edutopia articles on bullying authored by young writers. Be sure to bookmark Edutopia’s anti-bullying page so you can easily find these videos, classroom materials, activities, event guides, and parent resources, when you need them. Here’s just a sampling of what they’ve compiled:

 

STOMP Out Bullying

The STOMP Out Bullying website is another anti-bullying goldmine for educators. The organization “promotes civility, inclusion and equality. It teaches effective solutions on how to respond to all forms of bullying, as well as educating kids and teens in school and online. It provides help for those in need and at risk of suicide, and raises awareness through peer mentoring programs in schools, public service announcements by noted celebrities, and social media campaigns.” The STOMP Out Bullying website features:

 

Committee for Children – Bullying Prevention Resources

Originally established in 1979 to help victims of child sexual abuse, the global non-profit, Committee for Children has since expanded its mission to include safety and well-being of kids through social-emotional learning. The organization is involved in education, policy, research, child protection, racial equity, bullying prevention, and more. Check out these entertaining and informative features!
Together, we can help prevent bullying. As educators, we all can agree that knowledge is power … and anti-bullying education is the key!
 
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