Anti-bullying Resources for Educators
1. Teachers & School Anti-bullying Resources by Stop a Bully organization
Stop a Bully is a registered Canada-wide anti-bullying program developed in 2009 by a B.C. teacher which allows any student who is a victim or witness of bullying and cyberbullying to be able to safely report the details to school officials.
2. Tools for Educators by The Bully Project
The BULLY Project is the social action campaign inspired by the award-winning film BULLY. It helps educate young people and inspire them to stand up against bullying and participate in the creation of safe, caring, and respectful schools and communities
3. The Bullying Prevention Tip Kit by Crisis Prevention Institute
4. Resources to Fight Bullying and Harassment at School by Edutopia
5. Seon’s Anti-bullying Campaign – Blog Articles
Seon has a blog series about anti-bullying programs and initiatives organized to raise awareness about the issue and provide resources to transportation departments and school districts to help build safer and more respectful communities. Visit the company’s blog to find out more.
6. Kindness Wins, book by Galit Breen
Kindness Wins, written by freelance writer Galit Breen, covers ten habits to teach kids to be kind online. Being a mom of three, Galit offers advice in a friendly parent-to-parent style. As a former teacher, she provides a roadmap to tackling issues of cyberbullying and manoeuvring kindly on social media. In her book you will also find resources for further reading, discussion starters, and bulleted takeaways. You can learn more about Galit by visiting TheseLittleWaves.com.