Category Archives for "Bullying"

October 18, 2020

Teaching Kids The Definition Of Bullying

Learn why it is important to teach students the definition of bullying and how you can do it with these tips.

Are the students at your school confused about what bullying really means? Do they refer to any mean act as bullying? Maybe they keep serious bullying under wraps because they don’t think it’s a big deal? Teaching kids the definition of bullying will help you cut down on the confusion. It will also help students […]

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November 28, 2018

7 Video Clips to Hook Students into a Teasing Lesson

Use video clips to introduce a lesson on teasing

Teasing between peers can be an ongoing battle causing chaos in the classroom. It’s important to educate students on the difference between playful and mean teasing. Improving student communication can greatly improve classroom culture. To assure student engagement, try using a video clip to introduce this important topic. Using a hook like a video is […]

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October 5, 2018

Books and Resources for Bullying Prevention Lessons

Bullying prevention is a regular part of a school counselor's job. It is necessary to have bullying resources and books about bullying on hand in your office. These Confident Counselors share their favorite resources to address bullying in small group, whole class, and other school counseling lessons.

Bullying is something school counselors address in whole class lessons, small groups, individual counseling, and in quick emergency sessions. It is helpful to have books and resources for bullying prevention lessons and conversations you can pull off the shelf whenever you need them. What’s on your list? Check out these Confident Counselors’ suggestions and share […]

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October 1, 2018

Empower Students to Report Bullying

Empower students to report bullying and control their reactions

Bullying happens everywhere. Bullies can be big or small, young or old. Recognizing a bully and taking away their power is a life skill that everyone needs to know and practice. In order to prepare our students for a world with bullies in it, we need to empower students to report bullying and control their […]

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October 9, 2017

10 Free Bullying Prevention Resources

10 free resources for bullying prevention lessons. Teach students about bullying awareness with these free videos, websites, books, and more.

October is Bullying Prevention Month, which means many counselors will be searching for resources to help bring awareness to bullying. It can be a challenge to find bullying resources that are not only helpful but also FREE! Listed below are 10 free bullying prevention resources that can be used for classroom lessons and school-wide programming in […]

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September 27, 2017

Conversations: Bullying Awareness Month is Next Week

Bullying Awareness Month is coming up in October. It is an important month to highlight anti-bullying programs and initiatives in your school. If your school doesn’t directly or effectively address bullying, it is a great time to open up conversations with your administration. Bullying Awareness Month [su_divider top=”no” style=”double” divider_color=”#5d94cd” link_color=”#000000″] I find that my students […]

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October 17, 2016

School Wide Bullying Prevention and School Counselors

School counselors serve as experts on school-wide approaches to prevent bullying and encourage a positive school climate. Check out how some Confident Counselors encourage anti-bullying efforts and our favorite resources to carry over their tips. (Pssst. Don’t forget Unity Day on 10/19 and Mix it Up Day on 10/25) “Teach bullying awareness lessons in all classrooms at […]

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