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Stop Bullying - US Department of Health

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2 to 12
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Your one-stop place for bullying resources, whether it is cyberbullying or face to face, this site is loaded with examples, advice, videos, and more. Click the tabs on the top ...more
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Your one-stop place for bullying resources, whether it is cyberbullying or face to face, this site is loaded with examples, advice, videos, and more. Click the tabs on the top menu to choose from various under Prevention and Resources. Be sure to see Outside Resources for a list of links to other recommend sites about bullying. The cartoon videos on this site, under kids, specifically would be a great way to show young students the varying types of bullying, and how to recognize it in school or at home. A Spanish version of this entire site is available with a click from the Home page.

tag(s): bullying (49), character education (75), cyberbullying (40)

In the Classroom

Introduce this site to your older students by choosing an appropriate video under Videos & Social Media. Enhance student learning after the video by asking them what was new to them about the topic. Have students use a class idea bin collaborative tool like lino, reviewed here, or Milanote, reviewed here, to create a list of "new to them" learning. You may want to do this 2 or 3 times, depending on how many videos seem appropriate. Once the "idea bin" is created, have students gather in "like minded" small groups to further research their "new to them" topic for more information on this site. Extend learning by asking student groupe to create a multimedia presentation using Genially,reviewed here, where they can choose the type of presentation AND insert maps, surveys, video, audio and more. For younger students choose a cartoon video to show the class to start a discussion about bullying. As a way to keep the discussion going choose a video weekly or monthly, to keep this topic foremost in students thoughts. To enhance learning, divide your class into small groups to create their own websites against bullying using a simple web page creation tool like Hashify, reviewed here.
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