Classroom Supports → Bullying

No Bullying

“World’s Authority on Bullying”

This site offers educators, students, and parents a vast array of information on bullying. Its main focus is education and action to address and prevent bullying.

No Bullying

Stop Bullying Challenge – Bitstrips for Schools Comic Building

This poster, which could be turned into an anchor chart, lists 7 reading strategies with explanations: predict, visualize, question, connect, identify, infer, and evaluate.

Stop Bullying Challenge – Bitstrips for Schools Comic Building

The Heart and Art of Teaching and Learning blog

This blog shares the learning journey of educators like you who are living the heart and art of teaching and learning with students. Teachers share their advice on classroom layout, building inclusion, classroom management, report cards and much more!

The Heart and Art of Teaching and Learning blog

WITS Programs

WITS is a widely-used approach to help create responsive communities for the prevention of peer victimization and bullying. WITS stands for: Walk away, Ignore, Talk it out, Seek help. A separate program exists for both primary and junior learners, each offered in both English and French. Visit their site for free lesson plans, book lists, resource guides, and printables.

WITS

Teacher Tube

This site, based upon a similar model as YouTube, features teacher-created curriculum-related or teaching videos, links to partner and subject channels and specialty groups. It requires a free sign up.

Teacher Tube

Say No to Bullying

This ETFO document provides effective strategies to deal with bullying.

Say No to Bullying

PBS Kids It’s My Life anti-bullying lesson plans

PBS Kids It’s My Life anti-bullying lesson plans. These materials are best suited to grades 3 – 7 and require a series of lessons over a period of time.

PBS Kids It’s My Life anti-bullying lesson plans

Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying involves the use of information and communication technologies to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behavior by an individual or group, that is intended to harm others. While many of these activities take place outside of the school setting, they have a significant impact upon the school environment. This Canadian site contains extensive information about cyberbullying and outlines suggested strategies for dealing with the issue.

Cyberbullying

Bullying Awareness Week

Bullying Awareness Week draws national attention to this important issue each year. This site describes the annual plans for the week. The resources section contains extensive resources that will assist you in teaching students about more appropriate human interactions.

Bullying Awareness Week

Focus on Bullying Resource

Bullying behaviour can cause significant classroom management issues for occasional teachers. This site, maintained by the Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Education, provides specific activities that may be used with students at the various grade levels. Contains lessons for K – 7.

Focus on Bullying Resource