In this student workbook, your sixth and seventh grade students will find information and activities to help them explore and remember the key concepts of the sessions. They will find out what bullying is, why it happens, and what to do about it. They'll find questions and projects to help them figure out their feelings, find out what other kids think, and learn how to get support without causing trouble. This is part of the No-Bullying Program - Preventing Bullying at School. We've retooled No-Bullying to make it easier to use and adapt to your lesson plans.
In positive language, the curriculum helps you:
- Make your classroom a safe, secure setting in which kids can thrive
- Distinguish between bullying and peer-to-peer conflict
- Hold students accountable even when you didn't witness the act
No-Bullying was rated in the top 10 by the American Association of School Administrators as an outstanding violence prevention program.
The Audience - No-Bullying is a classroom-wide curriculum that speaks to:
- Students in grade school and middle school
The Training - No-Bullying is a classroom-wide curriculum that speaks to:
- How to successfully respond in order to stop bullying
- Effective methods to hold students accountable for bullying
Author: Beverly B. Title, PH.D and James Bitney