This is the best anti-bullying poster I think I've ever come across. The visual would be perfect in an elementary classroom, and the poster covers all areas from glasses to adoption to stuttering. Let's celebrate our differences!
This excerpt had my brain working overtime as I couldn't decide whether or not to agree with the part about "snooping." It's tricky since students are often cyberbullied, so adults can't always see the direct effects. But, snooping violates your child's privacy and they may no longer trust you. I don't know who to side with!Find out how to protect your kids from bullying in schools, including tips to stop bullying, at WomansDay.com.
This excerpt had my brain working overtime as I couldn't decide whether or not to agree with the part about "snooping." It's tricky since students are often cyberbullied, so adults can't always see the direct effects. But, snooping violates your child's privacy and they may no longer trust you. I don't know who to side with!
This colorful infographic displays useful information about student bullying, while providing astonishing current U.S. stats. This chart taught me more about bullying in classrooms in a few minutes than I've learned in the past few months! The fact that every seven minutes a child is bullied is a statistic I can't and won't ignore.
This caught my eye because I've never heard of police officers spreading the anti-bullying message. With their presence, elementary schoolers might almost think that to bully would be against the law. This could be an excellent approach!
One of the seventh graders I tutor has to watch brainpop videos for his science homework each week. The Tim and Moby videos are intriguing and informative, so when I saw this, I had to watch it! Who knew these two could transition from explaining how a bruise changes colors, to the impacts of cyberbullying!
Is bullying an issue in your school? Did you know that 1 out of 4 kid are bullied everyone month in the U.S., that 1 in 10 drops out of school due to repetitive bullying? This infographic provides an eye opening look and "share facts about the methods, consequences and prentative measures related to bullies and bullied victimes in schools."
I wanted to scoop this bullying infographic as well because it provides bullying prevention techniques that I think are really valuable. It also provides the statistic that 35.5% of students believe schools can help prevent bullying, so I hope with these prevention techniques will encourage schools to increase intervention and supervision.
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