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The Anti Bullying Tip of the Day

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Bitterness – Greed – Guilt – And Bullying

The word is out. Bullying will not be tolerated. Schools, communities, and society have now drawn the line. Students will be disciplined in school for it, employees and employers will be held accountable for acts of harassment and intimidation, and everyone must be on guard in terms of what they say and how they act. […]

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Ten Reasons Why Educators Need Professional Development On the Topic of Student Behavior Management

Introduction Since the dawn of public education teachers and schools have focused on the academic achievement of students. All students were expected to leave school with basic reading writing and math skills. Some kids excelled and went on to institutions of higher learning, some were trained at a trade such as carpentry, or auto mechanics, […]

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The Bully Proof Classroom’s eBook Store

Please take the time to visit The Bully Proof Classroom’s eBook Store. Here you will find some great books on anti bullying, defusing power struggles, and behavior management. These books are available for immediate downloads. Just click on the link http://www.amazon.com/author/jhburns

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Technology To Fight Cyberbullying

With more exposure to social media outlets than ever, people, particularly kids, have taken advantage of an evolved form of bullying – cyberbullying. Cyberbullying isn’t your parents’ brand of face-to-face bullying that they may have experienced in their youth. Cyberbullying is just as malicious and encompasses everything from students picking on each other via social […]

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Don’t Be An Easy Target

At times victims of bullying can be like a magnet and attract bullies. They can become easy targets based upon how they walk, what they say, or because they are just awkward in social situations. This is not to say that victims are to blame for their treatment. Rather I am offering an approach to […]

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Four Educational Models That Have Been Over Used

If you were to pick up a textbook on educational methodology and looked through it you would find models that educators have used for years. And I mean for years. A current textbook will have the same models in it that were considered current forty years ago. In the past these models were proven to […]

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Health Insurance Or Health Care?

What does health insurance and health care have to do with bullying? Well maybe nothing or maybe it has a lot to do with it; maybe more than we would like or even imagine. I’m not sure but I feel compelled to speak about an event that occurred on October 18, 2013 that involved my […]

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How To Teach Your Children Not To Bully

While much of the focus of the anti-bullying movement is focused on the victims, there are many children who participate in bullying who need help as well. When parents learn that their child is involved in bullying another child, it can be a very difficult time for them. It is important to address this issue […]

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Great Article From NPR

Please credit the author of this article and do visit www.npr.org for more great articles on this topic and many others. I merely did the posting. Victims Of Bullying Are More Likely To Be Arrested As Adults by Nancy Shute August 01, 2013 3:40 PM Children who are bullied over time are more apt to […]

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