October is National Bullying Prevention month. While it’s unfortunate that the issue of bullying has become so prominent over the years, the reality is that today’s students have greater access to tools online that make bullying easy. One of the best ways to manage bullying in your child’s life is to have regular discussions about what is going on at school, as well as online. We’ve rounded up some of our best free resources for parents and teachers – the links below will provide you with discussion guides, book lists, and helpful tips to use as you discuss bullying with your kids or students this month.
Parent Guide to Bullying – A collection of resources and expert articles about how to spot the signs of bullying and what to do about it.
Teachers: Everything You Need to Know About Bullying – A comprehensive guide for teachers with discussion guides, activities, and articles about preventing bullying in the classroom.
Storia eBooks About Bullying – A list of some great eBook titles about bullying, along with a conversation starter for kids.
Is it Bullying or Drama? – An article from Choices magazine about helping teens determine what is bullying and what is teen drama (For more great articles on bullying from Choices, check out their new blog, TeenBeing.com!)