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Anti-Bullying Online-Course for Educators [Teach ’n’ Kids Learn]

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Storytime Standouts | My Secret Bully – Exposes Emotional Bullying on the Playground and at School | Resources for Early Literacy

Storytime Standouts | My Secret Bully – Exposes Emotional Bullying on the Playground and at School | Resources for Early Literacy | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it

My Secret Bully explores “relational aggression” or “emotional bullying.” In this instance, the relational aggression includes exclusion, humiliation and manipulation. Katie bullies Monica until no one is willing to play with her at recess. Monica is bewildered by her ‘friend’s’ behaviour and worries that something is wrong with her. When she finally confides to her mom, she says, “She’s really nice to me when we’re playing alone, but really mean to me when we’re around other people.”


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Mary Lambert Belechak's curator insight, February 8, 2015 12:25 AM

My daughter and I read this together and it perfectly described what she has been going through with two separate "friends"- manipulation, ignoring, teasing....

A great book describing this behavior!

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The Meanest Word At Preschool

The Meanest Word At Preschool | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it
They are watching us. They are watching us be cruel to each other. They are watching us speak poorly of our friends, and of ourselves. They are translating our anger into words like "stupid" and "loser," and they are lashing ou...
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Bullying: ‘Only people can solve the problem’

Bullying: ‘Only people can solve the problem’ | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it

Tease, harass, threaten, intimidate, bother, taunt, torment, frighten. Bullying. And she did something about it — getting the Tennessee Legislature to adopt an anti-bullying law, perhaps ahead of its time.

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Empathy 101: Articulate others' feelings - YouTube

Noted researcher--and parent--Chris Adkins explains the difference between "self-focused" empathy and "other-focused" empathy, and how to cultivate the latte...
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Anti-Bullying - What are the laws and policies in your state?

Anti-Bullying - What are the laws and policies in your state? | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it
Find out what laws and policies cover bullying in your state.
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This is an excellent site for educators and parents wanting to know what their state is doing about bullying. 

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Bullies or Best Friends? The Challenge of Interpreting Interpersonal Relationships - Cyberbullying Research Center

Bullies or Best Friends? The Challenge of Interpreting Interpersonal Relationships - Cyberbullying Research Center | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it
Discusses the challenges of defining bullying when often our best friends treat us in ways that could be defined as bullying.
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West Meck principal, students fight bullying - WCNC

West Meck principal, students fight bullying - WCNC | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it
A Charlotte school is fighting back against a bullying culture in their hallways using students and their parents.
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Encouraging Empathy Over Achievement

Encouraging Empathy Over Achievement | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it

Here are a few ways to encourage empathy and kindness at home:


1. Nurture others: Learning to be caring is like learning a musical instrument – it takes practice, practice, practice. Create ongoing opportunities for your child to help out; examples include chores around the house, community and church projects or helping a an elderly neighbor.


2. Be a good example: Model the behavior that you would like them to have.


3. Help children to recognize their own feelings: Helping your child to learn what they are feeling and express it will allow them to better communicate their feelings with others; this will reduce destructive behavior and your child an outlet for negative emotions.


4. Take care of living things: Giving a child the opportunity to nurture a pet or a garden will help develop empathy.


5. Perform random acts of kindness: Performing acts of kindness as a family is a great way to build connections with the community and among yourselves.


6. Spend time in nature: As children learn to treat the world around them with respect and care, so they will also treat each other.

 

BY MELISSA HARDING


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7 Ways To Beat A Bully | News, Facts & Other Information You Love - UncoverDiscover.com

7 Ways To Beat A Bully | News, Facts & Other Information You Love - UncoverDiscover.com | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it

Bullying is no joke and has many nasty ways to be carried out. From stupid bravados and beating a person, to unkindly mimicking or alienating someone from a group, all these aggressive actions are definite bullying. Societies that do not know how to counter bullies live in fear. Here are a few ways to beat a bully without turning yourself into a bully.

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Let's Hear It for the Girls - Huffington Post

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Let's Hear It for the Girls
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These were not political statements; rather, each girl reached out to say, we hear you, we support you, you are not alone and you are brave to send your daughters to school.
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There are lots of positive messages out there for girls. We need to focus more on them, not just on the negative.

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This Is The Most Beautiful Way To Stop Bullying I’ve Ever Seen

This Is The Most Beautiful Way To Stop Bullying I’ve Ever Seen | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it
When 6 year old Danny Keith was being bullied, the school's football team decided to deal with the problem in the most unusual of ways...
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5 TED Talks on standing up to bullying

5 TED Talks on standing up to bullying | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it
Sometimes bullying is verbal—an upsetting nickname, a disheartening taunt. Other times it’s physical. These speakers have ideas to stop it in all forms.
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This week stay up late! We have a lot to watch about ‪bullying‬

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6 Signs of a Mean Girl

Mean girls often use relational aggression without parents and teachers even noticing. Discover the top six signs of a mean girl.


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Mary Lambert Belechak's curator insight, February 8, 2015 12:29 AM

very good! and good  links too!

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Relational Aggression at Schools: Dealing with Female Aggression

Relational Aggression at Schools: Dealing with Female Aggression | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it
Relational aggression is the predominant method of bullying used by females. Starting as early as 2.5 years, this dynamic can interfere with relationships and academic progress in grade school girls, tweens, and teens.
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Bullies or Best Friends? The Challenge of Interpreting Interpersonal Relationships - Cyberbullying Research Center

Bullies or Best Friends? The Challenge of Interpreting Interpersonal Relationships - Cyberbullying Research Center | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it
Discusses the challenges of defining bullying when often our best friends treat us in ways that could be defined as bullying.
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Kids Are Super Unhappy With Their Bodies, and the Media Isn't Helping

Kids Are Super Unhappy With Their Bodies, and the Media Isn't Helping | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it
One in four children has been on some sort of diet by the time he or she is seven years old, says new study.
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Bullying finally taken seriously in many schools

It’s been several years now since Del. Rob Bell pushed for some of Virginia’s first anti-bullying legislation as the result of an incident in a Fluvanna County school in which the bullied middle-school victim was so traumatized, he tried to kill himself.
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Relational Aggression at Schools: Dealing with Female Aggression

Relational Aggression at Schools: Dealing with Female Aggression | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it
Relational aggression is the predominant method of bullying used by females. Starting as early as 2.5 years, this dynamic can interfere with relationships and academic progress in grade school girls, tweens, and teens.
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High school football team cancels season in wake of bullying allegations - Today.com

High school football team cancels season in wake of bullying allegations - Today.com | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it
A New Jersey high school has canceled the remainder of its football season in the wake of serious allegations of bullying and hazing,...
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What You May Be Feeling When Bullied By Others

What You May Be Feeling When Bullied By Others | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it

Whether you are being bullied face-to-face, through text messages or over the Internet in the form of cyberbullying, you will be going through a range of different emotions. These emotions can affect you mentally and physically, as the bully is trying to get some type of negative reaction from you.

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Guiding Girls through Relational Aggression - Anti-Bullying for Schools

Guiding Girls through Relational Aggression - Anti-Bullying for Schools | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it

This course provides an overview of relational aggression, female bullying, and the dynamics that lead to the causes and effects of this phenomenon. Each succeeding module enriches and leads to in-depth knowledge of the types of relational aggression, what feeds and diminishes the bullying, and how to help girls learn to make positive choices to solve their own friendship problems.

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Featuring the AYV Awards Documentary Winners: Bullying ...

Featuring the AYV Awards Documentary Winners: Bullying ... | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it
Inspired by a friend's devastating struggle, Victim examines the effects of bullying through the individual stories and interviews of those personally affected, from students, to parents, to school counselors.
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The Impact Of Cyberbullying On Adolescents Who Use Social Networking Sites - Social News Daily

The Impact Of Cyberbullying On Adolescents Who Use Social Networking Sites - Social News Daily | Bullying & Relational Aggression | Scoop.it
The Impact Of Cyberbullying On Adolescents Who Use Social Networking Sites Social News Daily New research is assessing the emotional, social, and behavioral impact of cyberbullying on adolescents who use social networking sites (SNS) – as the...
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