Resources for Teachers
ALEX has many lesson plans, videos, and Thinkfinity resources that are related to bullying.
Students read a work of realistic fiction about bullying and gain understanding through writing, Readers Theatre, and discussion.
"Bullies Beware" reminds students of all the people who have died because of bullying and that this is not the way to handle being bullied.
Students sometimes find themselves in situations where they are uncomfortable and uncertain in relating to difficult peers. This lesson is designed to equip students with information they need not only to identify bullies, but to develop strategies to combat them.
The goal of the FBI SOS is to promote cyber citizenship and help students learn about online safety while engaging in fun, interactive games. The program was designed to address current internet safety threats while keeping each grade level's internet usage and knowledge in mind.
Get ready for Bullying Awareness Week! from Thinkfinity
During this lesson, students start to recognize the different types of bullying, causes, and ways of dealing with it. Through literature and the Internet, students learn how to handle bullying. Students will develop presentations to teach other how to handle bullying.
( Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network) GLSEN is the leading national organization fighting to end anti-gay bias in K-12 schools. Click here for educator resources.
One caring adult can keep a bullied student from dropping out of school. One caring adult may save a bullied student’s life. NEA's Bully Free: It Starts With Me campaign, is asking you to be that caring adult. Just take the pledge — to listen to bullied students who approach you and take action to stop the bullying. In return, NEA will provide you with free resources to help you support these students.
Bullying negatively affects the atmosphere of a school and disrupts the learning environment. Bullying is not something educators have to accept. It takes the entire school community to create an inviting school where everyone feels they belong and are safe. Working together, administrators, teachers, school staff, parents, and students can help stop bullying in your school.