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Follow up Bullying Resources

Break the Cycle of Violence

 

A Call to Stop Bullying

Starting a new year at school can be a lot of fun: there are new friends and teachers to look forward to, old friends to meet up with, and a whole new experience to enter. Sadly, all of this can easily fade into the background if bullying arises. There are many different forms of bullying and it is important for everyone to know about them so that it can be recognized and dealt with when it comes up. Don’t ever feel ashamed or scared of having to report an incident of bullying to a call center live answering service. Bullying, whatever the reason, is always wrong. There is always a way to deal with it, even if the situation may seem impossible. Read on through the rest of this article to learn how to spot the signs of bullying and how to protect yourself or friends from it.

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You Count - Care Campaign

You Count. Two simple words that mean so much to a child looking for the inspiration and courage to get through a rough day. Even on their best days we, as parents and family members, want kids to remember our advice. The important reminder that you count. That's why Care.com has talked to bloggers, parents and families across the country to ask the question: What do you wish your kids would know every time they face a new day? Let's work together to inspire, motivate and encourage our children to be their very best. Click Here for more information.

Strauss Consulting

Susan Strauss of Strauss Consulting provides training on a number of topics, including Harassment and Bullying. 
 
Heres her website: http://www.straussconsulting.net/
 
Youll see she is an expert related to bullying in education and the workplace. Note her new book, Sexual Harassment and Bullying  A Guide to Keeping Kids Safe and Holding Schools Accountable.
 
Dr. Strauss is available to work with administrators, teachers, parents, etc. to better understand the law, the policies and the practices they should be implementing to protest the kids, and the school!
 

Dennis Warner

Dennis Warner - book or his program in the schools, www.BeadsonOneString.net.
 

National Bullying Prevention Center

http://www.pacer.org/bullying
 

Walk a Mile in Their Shoes

Walk a Mile in Their Shoes: Bullying and the Child with Special Needs  http://www.abilitypath.org
 

Stop Bullying: Speak Up

http://www.facebook.com/stopbullyingspeakup?sk=wall

With the Stop Bullying: Speak Up social pledge app, Facebook and Time Warner hope to start a national conversation about bullying and support schools in their bullying prevention efforts.

The pledges for students and adults seek to get everyone on the same page about what they can do to stop bullying. And two actions are crucial to solving this issue: help stop and prevent bullying, and create a culture where bullying is not acceptable behavior, said Alice Cahn, Cartoon Network's vice president for social responsibility.
 

Web Wise Kids

Unique and effective resources to equip young people to safely use and enjoy the latest technologies.
http://www.webwisekids.org/index.html

Safe Environment Materials - Training Videos/Materials

http://www.stclouddiocese.org/component/breezingforms/?ff_form=15&ff_page=1

Teaching Tolerance

Bullied: A Student, a School and a Case That Made History
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Bullied is a documentary film that chronicles one students ordeal at the hands of anti-gay bullies and offers an inspiring message of hope to those fighting harassment today. It can become a cornerstone of anti-bullying efforts in middle and high schools.

Bullied includes:
  • A 40-minute documentary film (DVD), with closed captioning and with Spanish subtitles
  • A two-part viewers guide with standards-aligned lesson plans and activities for use in staff development
  • Additional materials online
Bullied is designed to help administrators, teachers and counselors create a safer school environment for all students, not just those who are gay and lesbian. It is also intended to help all students understand the terrible toll bullying can take on its victims, and to encourage students to stand up for their classmates who are being harassed.