This video can be shared with students to help them see past the surface. Keith Deltano uses comedy to help students really think about bullying, their appearance and other issues they deal with on a daily basis in a fun way. Check his video out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9vxLxWGSYI For more video lessons go to www.CharacterVideo.org. If Read More
Cyberbullying has become a major problem in schools. Here is a great video you can share with students to help fight Cyberbullying.
Comparitech recently conducted a study of more than 1,000 parents (with children over the age of 5) to find out how technology contributes to kids bullying. Check out these infographics to see what they found:
Cyberbullying affects countless teens and adolescents. A 2019 study of 4,972 middle and high school students in the United States between the ages of 12 and 17 shows that 36.5% of the students have been cyberbullied in their lifetimes. Other studies report that 60% of young people had witnessed their peers being bullied, but they Read More
Bullying has become a national epidemic and is happening daily to your students in schools, online and at home. Verywellfamily has put together a nice collection of resources on bullying. Here are some direct links to the articles/resources they have put together: How many people are actually being cyberbullied? When to use a bullying hotline Read More
73 percent of students felt like they have been bullied at some time in their life. 44 percent say it has happened within the past 30 days. The advent of social media has opened the door for a new type of bullying: cyber bullying. Here are some stats from a Ditch the Label Survey: Here Read More
Before the internet, bullying was a problem—but it was a problem that didn’t extend into the pockets, bedrooms, living rooms, and beyond of students’ lives. Parents, educators, and mental health professionals in our communities are aware of how damaging cyberbullying can be—but preventing it can be a major challenge. The good news? We can take Read More
Tragic acts of violence or desperation have raised awareness about the impacts of teen bullying, but other side effects of the behavior receive less attention. Victims of bullying don’t always bring weapons to school or consider suicide. They may turn to other outlets to try to escape negative emotions. Some students turn to alcohol or Read More