Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Anti-Bullying Resources

Here are a variety of resources, information and curriculum materials on various forms of bullying.

Bully B’Ware - www.bullybeware.com
A cooperative effort from Gesele Lajoie, Alyson McLellan and Cindi Seddon, three B.C. educators, the site offers tips and strategies, stories and materials about bullying that can be ordered. Workshops can also be arranged.

Bullying.org - www.bullying.org
Canada’s original bullying website, now sponsored by the Family Chanel and BBI Internet. The site uses different media – writing, drawing, music film, poetry – to educate children about bullying. A finalist for the Stockholm Challenge Awards in 2001, it has been called one of the best web sites in the world for children.

The Canadian Safe School Network - www.canadiansafeschools.com
The Canadian Safe School Network (CSSN) is a national, charitable organization dedicated to reducing youth violence and making our schools and communities safer. CSSN was founded in 1997 and grew out of the Ontario Safe School Task Force. Areas for students, teachers and parents.

Kids Help Phone -www.kidshelpphone.ca
Kids Help Phone maintains a website called “Let’s Talk About Bullying.” Contains a page for grown ups with links to resources about bullying.

My Gay Straight Alliance - www.mygsa.ca
This website is an initiative of Egale Canada linking educators, students and the community to a variety of resources including classroom materials, discussion forums and more.

National Film Board - www.nfb.ca/film/bully_dance/
No More Bullies. Awareness campaign that is a joint effort by the NFB and the Canada Safety Council. Endorsed by Kids Help Phone and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police. NFB produced the short video called Bully Dance, available with teacher’s guide.

The Workplace Bullying & Trauma Institute - www.bullyinginstitute.org
Product of four American and Canadian psychologists and health workers concerned with employee bullying. Many useful materials and references. Creators of the “Blueprint for a Hostility-Free Workplace.”

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