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Dislecksia: The Movie | A Film by Harvey Hubbell V

Dislecksia: The Movie | A Film by Harvey Hubbell V | Bullying and cyberbullying | Scoop.it
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about dyslexia, and the link between learning struggles and bullying/mental health/suicide.

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This Kid Thinks We Could Save So Many Lives If Only It Was OK To Say 4 Words

This Kid Thinks We Could Save So Many Lives If Only It Was OK To Say 4 Words | Bullying and cyberbullying | Scoop.it
Goose bumps. That's all I have to say.
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Open and honest talk about realities of anxiety or depression.

 

Important for us to talk about!

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Rethink Education » Blog Archive » 5 Ways Schools Can Counter Bullying

Rethink Education » Blog Archive » 5 Ways Schools Can Counter Bullying | Bullying and cyberbullying | Scoop.it
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Youth more likely to be bullied at schools with anti-bullying programs, UT Arlington researcher finds - News Center - UT Arlington

Youth more likely to be bullied at schools with anti-bullying programs, UT Arlington researcher finds - News Center - UT Arlington | Bullying and cyberbullying | Scoop.it
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via @symphily

 

Need to read and reflect. I often feel "anti-bullying" programs aren't the way forward, but I haven't figured out why that is yet...

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CyberBully 2011 Full movie HD...Great Movie!

Please SUBSCRIBE to watch New Releases( Movies and Tv Shows everyday! Cyberbully: Cyberbully follows Taylor Hillridge (Emily Osment), a teenage girl who fall...
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Watched this movie - many really important points and things to consider. My only criticism is that it's all resolved and wonderful much too quickly and easily - but I guess it is a movie. Real life is much more complex in that way.

Kinda sad actually - totally believable that kids could get INTO trouble that quickly, but no way could they get OUT OF trouble that easily.

Definitely worth watching and thinking about. Much to talk with your kids about too.

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Hope Is Not A Plan

Hope Is Not A Plan is the story of civil rights in Canada. on july 26, 1990. The American with Disabilities Act was signed and put into effect. It gave american…
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A movie about civil rights, systemic problems in support of people with disabilities. And makes me question some things I see happening in education.

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Tragic causes of youth suicide more complicated than just bullying

The high-profile deaths of Amanda Todd in British Columbia, Rehtaeh Parsons in Nova Scotia and 15-year-old
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Love this article! Daphne Branham articulates many things that  have been niggling in my head too, and raises some really important points/questions.

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Can School Stereotypes Be a Pathway to Suicide?

Can School Stereotypes Be a Pathway to Suicide? | Bullying and cyberbullying | Scoop.it
Female high school students experience more suicidal thoughts and attempts than males. However, male high school students complete suicide more frequently.
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Why Are Children with Disabilities Still Being Bullied and Marginalized within Education?

Why Are Children with Disabilities Still Being Bullied and Marginalized within Education? | Bullying and cyberbullying | Scoop.it
“Many disabled children fail to reach their full potential because they continue to be marginalized in schools, health and social care, according to new research funded by the Economic and Social R...
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Very important questions about our system, our culture, our beliefs. Why is this happening? And what can we do to change it?

 

We say we want to value diversity and that differences are important. But when we really look at our school communities, are we LIVING those statements? I think this deserves some honest and open dialogue/consideration.

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