Results for Bullying

Band-Aids for Bullying

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10 September 2013 Number 45: Fall 2013 Each year the Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) at my middle school ...
Inclusive Spirit Week

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10 September 2013 Number 45: Fall 2013 This activity can be used any time of year or for annual campaigns ...
Choir Character

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15 May 2013 Erica Guillama This activity exemplifies how ...
In Our Own Words: A Story Book with a Purpose

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10 April 2013 This is the fourth lesson of the series “ Dealing with Dilemmas: Upstanders, Bystanders and Whistle-Blowers ,” which is ...
Dealing with Dilemmas: Upstanders, Bystanders and Whistle-Blowers

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26 March 2013 The purpose of these lessons is to help students think about how to resolve difficult ethical decisions related to ...
Change Agents in Our Own Lives

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26 March 2013 This is the third lesson of the series “ Dealing with Dilemmas: Upstanders, Bystanders and Whistle-Blowers ,” which is ...
Modern-Day Heroes: People Who Are Making a Difference

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22 March 2013 This is the second lesson of the series “ Dealing with Dilemmas: Upstanders, Bystanders and Whistle-Blowers .” ...
Where We Stand

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20 March 2013 This is the first lesson of the series “ Dealing with Dilemmas: Upstanders, Bystanders and Whistle-Blowers ,” ...
Do Something! Transforming Critiques of Gender Stereotypes into Activism

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This is the final lesson in a series on gender expression . The goal of the series is to help students understand how gender stereotypes can lead to bullying and stand in the way of building a safe ...
Gender Expression

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This series helps students understand why gender stereotypes are unfair and how teasing or bullying someone who does not conform to gender norms prevents a safe classroom community. ...
Watch It: Examining and Critiquing Gender Stereotypes in Media

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This is the third lesson in a series on gender expression . The goal of the series is to help students understand how gender stereotypes can lead to bullying and stand in the way of building a safe ...
Write Right: Using Creative Writing to Counter Gender Stereotypes in Literature

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This is the second lesson in a series on gender expression . The goal of the series is to help students understand how gender stereotypes can lead to bullying and stand in the way of building a safe ...
Think Outside the Box: Brainstorming About Gender Stereotypes

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This is the first lesson in a series on gender expression . The goal of the series is to help students understand how gender stereotypes can lead to bullying and stand in the way of building a safe ...
Create an Anti-Cyberbullying Sign Campaign

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Cyberbullying is a serious concern in today’s schools. Since it can happen to a student at home as well as in school, it can be more pervasive and traumatic for victims than traditional bullying. An ...
Bullying and LGBT Students

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The purpose of this activity is to discuss the bullying of LGBT students. It uses the Mexican tradition of El Paseo to begin that discussion. First, students form two concentric ...
One Survivor Remembers: Bullies & Bystanders

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This lesson reminds students that they, too, make choices about whether to stand aside—or stand up—when someone else is being maligned, bullied or harassed. In standing up, we honor not only the other person’s ...
Taking Action on the R-Word

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Derogatory language is common at the high school where I teach. I call students out whenever I hear them calling names or using profanity, and I often get into deep ...
The Only Boy in the Ballet Class

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To teach about the importance of kindness, I first choose a story in which children are putting down others— for example, The Only Boy in the Ballet Class , by Denise Gruska, or Oliver Button is a Sissy ...
Let the Hot Air Out of Bullies!

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Here is an activity that is fun and teaches kids to recognize the problems associated with bullying. They learn to use critical thinking and empathy skills to come up with ...
Editorial Cartoon: Bullying

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This is the tenth lesson in the series " Using Editorial Cartoons to Teach Social Justice ." Activities will help students: ...
What’s So Bad About “That’s So Gay”?

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Almost every teacher has heard students use the expression, “that’s so gay” as a way of putting down or insulting someone (or to describe something). These lessons will help students examine how inappropriate ...
Poverty and Natural Disasters: Exploring the Connections

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In 1989 a magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck San Francisco. Sixty-three people died. This year, a 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti. A month after the disaster the Haitian government estimates that more than ...
A Song for Anti-Bullying

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This activity involves a simple song that can help younger students deal with the issue of bullying and bullies. When students are bullied, they are often reluctant to let teachers ...
Brush Up on Respect

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Whenever I feel that students are starting to pick on each other and get disrespectful, I use this activity to get them to think about their behavior. For this activity, you need a tube of toothpaste, a ...
Stand Up!

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This activity will remind students that no one deserves to be bullied and that everyone has a responsibility to report unkind acts. Materials Multi-color index cards  ...
Bullies Act Out

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This activity will remind students that no one deserves to be bullied and that everyone has a responsibility to report unkind acts. Materials Classroom table bulletin ...
A Bullying Quiz

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In this lesson, students take a quiz related to bullying and discuss follow-up reflective questions to help them plan an anti-bullying initiative in their community. ...
Activity Ideas To Use With Crocodile And Ghost Bat Have A Hullabaloo

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Discussion topics and writing themes that can be explored with the story Crocodile and Ghost Bat Have a Hullabaloo . This story and accompanying activities are excerpted from Teaching Tolerance’s ...
Readers' Theater—Hullaballoo: An Australian Folk Tale

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An Australian story inspires a traveling reader's theater After reading the Australian-based story "Crocodile and Ghost Bat Have a Hullabaloo" to my second-grade ...
Identity Posters

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Posters put a stop to teasing as students learn more about each other. In school, some names invoke teasing. To start our year off right and to stop teasing before it begins, I have ...
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