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Anti-Bullying Campaign: Home

October is World Bullying Prevention Month

October is World Bullying Prevention Month™

Every October, schools and organizations across the country join STOMP Out Bullying™ in observing World Bullying Prevention Month. The goal: encourage schools, communities and organizations to work together to stop bullying and cyberbullying and put an end to hatred and racism by increasing awareness of the prevalence and impact of all forms of bullying on all children of all ages.

Assignment

Students will research a topic and make a campaign (video, brochure, poster, story, Prezi or podcast) to help stop bullying. Your research will either be in Google Doc or  Google Slides format.

Facts About Bullying

Definition of Bullying

In 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Department of Education released the first federal definition of bullying. The definition includes three core elements:

unwanted aggressive behavior

observed or perceived power imbalance

repetition or high likelihood of repetition of bullying behaviors

This definition helps determine whether an incident is bullying or another type of aggressive behavior or both.

It's Not About Me

One Good Friend

To Be Seen Or Not To Be Seen

Back On Track

Getting Into The Game

Kindness Calendar For Schools

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RESOURCES

Resources

Be Someone's Hero

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