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Ending Bullying in Schools

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Articles supporting anti-bullying schools

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"How Can You Change Bullying in Schools?" Well, read on...

"How Can You Change Bullying in Schools?" Well, read on... | Bullying in Schools | Scoop.it
Bullying happens everywhere. It can happen at home, it can happen in school and it can happen in the work force. On a day-to-day basis we are faced with world problems that seem so huge to fix that...
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Bully Proof: A To-Do List - Patch.com

Bully Proof: A To-Do List - Patch.com | Bullying in Schools | Scoop.it

The rules set in place in our schools can help handle the more easily definable issues—like physical attacks—but it's often difficult to stop children from using intimidation or verbal abuse to bully their classmates. That kind of change begins at home, and both the school and the parents have to work together, if they hope to address it.


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Why Kids Bully: Because They're Popular

Why Kids Bully: Because They're Popular | Bullying in Schools | Scoop.it
Mean kids, mothers tell their wounded young, behave that way because they have unhappy home lives, or feel inadequate, or don't have enough friends or because they somehow lack empathy.But a new study suggests some mean kids actually behave that way simply because they can.

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Bullying (School Video)

I know that the "ignore me" sign was really bad..... Also, I would like to thank Jenny, Jorge, and everyone who helped put Yong (main character) into costume...
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The Power of Words: A Documentary About Bullying In Schools

A film made for RHAM High School's anti-bullying assembly called "The Power of Words". It was created in partnership with the AHM Teen Center in Hebron, CT. ...
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How Not to Raise a Bully: The Early Roots of Empathy

How Not to Raise a Bully: The Early Roots of Empathy | Bullying in Schools | Scoop.it

Neuroscientists, psychologists and educators believe that bullying and other kinds of violence can indeed be reduced by encouraging empathy at an early age.

 

Without empathy, we would have no cohesive society, no trust and no reason not to murder, cheat, steal or lie. At best, we would act only out of self-interest; at worst, we would be a collection of sociopaths.


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Could 'culture of kindness' help bullyproof kids?

Could 'culture of kindness' help bullyproof kids? | Bullying in Schools | Scoop.it
NEW YORK - Teaching kids to become 'bullyproof' is all the rage.

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Susan Gingras Fitzell's curator insight, January 13, 2013 9:54 AM

Focus on teaching youth how to "offer kindness" and walk tall and you have a winning combination for bullyproofing youth. ~Susan Gingras Fitzell

Beth Ann Randazzo's curator insight, March 11, 2013 3:54 PM

Always choose kindness!

Beth Ann Randazzo's comment, March 11, 2013 3:58 PM
always choose kindness!
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STRAIN (Anti-bullying Silent Short Film)

STRAIN was publicly made available on August 26, 2013 Uploaded under "Unlisted" on July 26, 2013 for newspaper reporters and anti-bullying organizations to ...
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How Schools Can Prevent Bullying | SFPIS

How Schools Can Prevent Bullying | SFPIS | Bullying in Schools | Scoop.it
School administrators can then utilize these tips to quickly prevent violence and find ways to improve their school's overall safety. The National Association of School Psychologists reports that each day 160,000 students stay ...

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