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good anti bullying program is essential for the prevention of bullying,
harassment and violence in the student population. Some Programs
have only a short test period of implementation and others several years.
The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, as an example, has been in use
for over 20 years throughout the world.
most important thing is to TRY a program, WORK the program, RECORD your
progress as you go and FOLLOW-UP frequently so you can assess how the program
is doing. If you do not get the results you desire, TRY, WORK, RECORD
and FOLLOW-UP again. Do not give up – these are your kids.
is a list of programs schools can research to see if they are right for
their school and school district. Some programs have links to follow
in a logo/picture under the program name. To obtain more information about
these programs as well as contact information, click on "The Bully Police
E-Book" on the right of the page and order the E-Book. The cost is
minimal and includes over a thousand pages of information on a variety
of subjects having to do with bullying.
– Anti-violence programs designed by Dr’s. Twemlow & Sacco - This approach
relies heavily on traditional martial arts philosophy, applied psychoanalysis,
and large group psychology.
And Victims – SATI (Student Assistance Training
The Institute provides in-depth training to schools and communities in the
prevention and intervention of all high risk behavior. Cheryl Watkins,
Executive Director; Contact information on website -
www.cwsap.com. This is the program that the Idaho State Superintendent’s Office is mandating
for Idaho schools.
mission is to provide youth and their communities with experiential workshops
and programs that demonstrate the possibility of love and connection through
the celebration of diversity, truth and full expression. Our 6 1/2 hour
Challenge Day program is designed for 100 students. Our program
is created to build connection and empathy, and to fulfill our vision that
every child lives in a world where they feel safe, loved, and celebrated.
Challenge Day is more than a one-day program, it is the spark that
ignites a movement of compassion and positive change, known as The Be
the Change movement.
1987, Challenge Day has inspired hundreds of thousands of youth and adults.
We have led Challenge Days in 450 cities, 39 U.S. States, 5 provinces of
Canada, Japan, Germany, and Australia. Contact our offices in Concord California
or visit our website at http://www.challengeday.org
to learn more.
Champions Against Bullying is committed to creating a society where every
child has the opportunity to develop, learn and thrive in an environment
without fear, without violence and without limitation.
said, “If we want to have peace in the world we have to start with the
children.” To help reduce the level of violence in schools and in
society Champions Against Bullying (CAB) has created, The No-Nonsense
Guide To Kids’
Bullying Solutions, an interactive, award winning
program that teaches kids how to save their own lives and teaches parents
how to save their kids’ lives. We hold group and individualized consultations
and lead workshops in schools for kids, educators and parents and offer
prevention and early intervention strategies and immediate, practical solutions.
issues facing communities and schools are complex... which is all the more
reason not to face them alone. We're here to help, with research-based
tools and programs that: For more information visit http://www.channing-bete.com/positiveyouth/
Theatre, a non-profit traveling theatre troupe from Minneapolis/St. Paul,
travels to schools around the country addressing the topic of bullying
prevention. Each year CLIMB performs our plays and interactive classes
for over 450,000 students in grades K-12. CLIMB Theatre¹s plays
and classes are research-based, and responsibly written to achieve specific
program significantly increase a student's knowledge about bullying and
how to best handle it. In addition, after CLIMB programming, students
are more likely, (when addressing someone who was bullying them), to use
direct eye contact, a confident posture, and a strong voice. Our
programs are not only effective but also entertaining - that's what makes
CLIME so effective.
more information on CLIMB Theatre visit our website at www.climb.org
or contact our Outreach Department at (800) 767-9660.
Committee for Children seeks to foster the social and emotional development,
safety, and well-being of children through education and advocacy.
Committee for Children organization develops and publishes programs and
curricula for children from preschool through middle school about social
skills, bullying, and sexual abuse, in addition to an emergent literacy
program for young children.
in Seattle, Washington, Committee for Children is now used in 25,000 schools
and in 21 nations and regions around the world, such as Japan, Norway,
and Kurdistan. Committee for Children focuses on the essential skills of
empathy, impulse control, anger management, problem solving, personal safety,
and emergent literacy. Each program takes a unique approach that is based
on extensive research to help children succeed in school and in life.
- A nonprofit organization that provides training, facilitation, and consultation
in the areas of violence prevention, youth development, strengthening and
sustaining school and community partnerships, and involving all youth in
service and leadership through service-learning and peer helping. Within
Community Matters is the Safe School Ambassadors
Program. This is the nation's most effective bystander education
program which harnesses the power of students to prevent and stop bullying and
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Laugh At Me" is a program designed for use with elementary
and middle school youth to help address the problems of bullying, ridiculing,
teasing and harassing that can occur in today's schools. The program was
developed by Educators for Social Responsibility, in collaboration with
Peter Yarrow, of Peter, Paul and Mary, who was deeply impacted by a song
of the same name by Steve Seskin.
Laugh At Me is a national initiative launched by Yarrow who has made
it his personal mission to reduce violence in America's schools.
initiative uses music, video and well-tested instructional activities to
help students recognize intolerance due to personal differences, understand
that differences are positive, develop compassion for others who are different
from themselves, and learn that teasing, name calling, exclusion and ridicule
are hurtful to others. Teachers are also provided strategies in helping
students develop new ways for resolving conflicts positively.
more information on the Don't Laugh At Me national initiative, visit
Respect, at www.operationrespect.org.
Hands Project – A 13-word pledge and a simple signed
purple cutout are all that's involved in The Hand’s Project.
participant takes this vow: “I will not use my hand or words
for hurting myself or others,” Next, the person traces the
outline of his or her hand on a piece of purple paper -- the color purple
stands for violence awareness -- cuts it out, signs it and hangs it on
a wall. It may sound simple, a little too simple, but the pledge
and the program seem to work, say those who have tried it. This pledge
has spread to more than 40 states in the United States and five countries.
learn more about The Hands Project, call 888-443-6299 or visit its Web
program was selected as a "Model" program by the Center for Substance Abuse
Prevention (CSAP) and the program has been recommended by the American
Psychological Division 12 Task force.
Incredible Years Parents, Teachers, and Children Training Series has two
long-range goals. The first goal is to develop comprehensive treatment
programs for young children with early onset conduct problems. The second
goal is the development of cost-effective, community-based, universal prevention
programs that all families and teachers of young children can use to promote
social competence and to prevent children from developing conduct problems
in the first place.
the Interests of Families and Teachers
the Interests of Families and Teachers (LIFT) is a research-based intervention
program designed to prevent the development of aggressive and antisocial
behaviors in children within the elementary school setting (particularly
first graders and fifth graders).
is designed to decrease the likelihood of two major factors that put children
at risk for subsequent antisocial behavior and delinquency:
aggressive and other socially incompetent behaviors with teachers and peers
at school and
ineffective parenting, including inconsistent and inappropriate discipline
and lax supervision.
has three main components:
classroom-based child social skills training
the playground Good Behavior Game, and
parent management training.
- SAVE is a student driven organization. Students learn about alternatives
to violence and practice what they learn through school and community service
projects. As they participate in SAVEactivities, students learn
crime prevention and conflict management skills and the virtues of good
citizenship, civility, and nonviolence.
Olweus Bullying Prevention Program
The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program was
first developed in Norway after a number of Norway students died from suicide
after being bullied. (Developed by Dan Olweus PhD – Book: Bullying
working to reach EVERY STUDENT IN AMERICA with our message! What's
have the power to make PERMANENT, POSITIVE, CULTURAL CHANGE in their schools
and communities by accepting the challenge of Rachel Scott to start a chain
reaction of kindness and compassion.
do we do it?
3 words we...
MOTIVATE, EDUCATE and ACTIVATE.
get this done using different combinations of products that are age-appropriate
for the specific audience.
If you work with kids and/or are concerned about future generations check
us out at http://www.RachelsChallenge.com
- who knows, you may just start a chain reaction.
Stories Of Us
Positive Peer Relationships (P3R was recently launched in Washington
DC at the National Leaders conference.
Stories of Us – Bullying program is composed of a unique series
of film-based education resources for supporting students, educators
and the broader community in addressing the problem of bullying in schools.
Building upon the unprecedented success of the Australian
of Us, the significantly expanded American program has commenced
a staged release. The first of middle school resources is now available.
Resources center on films developed and produced with students,
and provide extensive curriculum materials, staff training and community
education. The uncommonly realistic films are built from the ground up
with groups of American students who collaborate in brainstorming the subject
and developing the scripts. They perform all the young roles in the dramatized
films, and work in supporting positions on the film crew. Every word
of dialogue is their own, and every detail approved by the students.
the Bully by the Horns
the Bully by the Horns -- Coping with Bullies: Effective Strategies
for School, Youth Agency and Home, has won National Awards for
"Saving Children's Lives, Making the World a Better Place, and Empowering
Those in Need." The book was developed by Kathy Noll & Dr. Jay
Carter. The average accumulated evaluations for our program
are: 93% Excellent and 7% Good. Our program is research based with
consensus based on the experienced feedback of teachers, administrators,
guidance counselors and children.
is a widespread problem that has serious ramifications on students'
ability to progress academically and to grow emotionally and socially.
Every school and home should have a copy of Kathy Noll's book, "Taking
the Bully by the Horns" to ensure successful prevention." --
learn more about Bullying Prevention, ordering our Books & Videos,
and to book a Speaking Engagement or Bullying Workshop, please go to our
"Taking the Bully by the Horns" website at: http://kathynoll.com.
If you have a program that is
not listed and you would like it listed on
email Brenda at brenda
(at) jaredstory (dot) com with your
program details. ~Brenda High,
Founder of Bully Police