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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 […]Continue reading
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 […]Continue reading
School counselors work each day to help students develop the social skills to not bully, to help when they see bullying, and feel confident in dealing with a bully themselves. Here are tips and resources from your favorite Confident Counselors. “I like to teach bully prevention to all classes. Instead of focusing on the word […]Continue reading
Every day school counselors are dealing with potential bullying incidents, as well as behaviors that are misidentified as bullying. Check out how these Confident Counselors address bullying and our favorite resources. “When a student is referred for bullying behavior, work with them to make a solution-focused goal and then check in with them weekly to […]Continue reading
The B-Word by Laurie P. Mendoza, MA, CAGS I’d like to recommend a book that has changed the way I look at the issue of bullying and aggression at my school. Turn on the news, listen to discussions among parents and school staff, or think of how often kids say to you, “He’s bullying me!” […]Continue reading