Bullying Resources for Teachers

  • Bullying in Out-of-School Time Programs: Tips for Youth-Serving Professionals and Volunteers [click here]
    This is a resource for people who work with youth out of school. Challenges and opportunities to bullying prevention are explored as well as prevention strategy suggestions.
  • Roles for Health and Safety Professionals in Bullying Prevention and Intervention [click here]
    This fact sheet explains what some health professionals/organizations are doing to prevent bullying. This could be used to assist a school in getting organizations involved in an intervention.
  • State Laws Related to Bullying Among Children and Youth [click here]
    This fact sheet gives information about state laws related to bullying.
  • Working with Young People Who are Bullied: Tips for Mental Health Professionals [click here]
    This fact sheet gives mental health professionals guidelines in helping a child that has been bullied.
  • Working with Young People Who Bully Others: Tips for Mental Health Professionals [click here]
    This fact sheet gives mental health professionals guidelines in helping a child that bullies others. Principles of effective interventions and misdirected prevention techniques are shared.
  • Best Practices in Bullying Prevention [click here]
    This fact sheet provides the 10 best strategies that represent “best practices” in bullying prevention and intervention.
  • Providing Support to Children Who Are Bullied: Tips for School Personnel and Other Adults [click here]
    This document provides suggestions to adults on how to support a child that is being bullied.
  • How to Intervene to Stop Bullying: Tips for On-the-Spot Intervention at School [click here]
    This document provides suggestions for on-the-spot interventions and follow up for bullying situations.
  • Fighting the Bully Battle: Discussion Activities for School Communities [click here]
    This discussion guide was created to help school personnel understand, prevent, and respond to bullying in schools. It contains information about bullying and has lesson plans for the classroom.
  • Preventing Bullying [click here]
    This document provides an overview of bullying including a description of bullying, prevalence rates, the impact of bullying on students, and what schools and students can do to counteract bullying.
  • The ABCs of Bullying: Addressing, Blocking, and Curbing School Aggression [click here]
    This is a fact sheet for teachers. It provides teachers with guidelines on what they can do to create a healthy environment physically and emotionally.
  • The ABCs of Bullying: Addressing, Blocking, and Curbing School Agression Prevention and Intervention – Teachers [click here]
    This is a fact sheet for teachers. It gives them guidelines on what they can do to create a healthy environment physically and emotionally.
  • Educational Forum on Adolescent Health: Youth Bullying [click here]
    This is a very comprehensive document from the American Medical Association that focuses on youth bullying with the goal to reduce injury and violence among adolescents.
  • Bullying is Not a Fact of Life [click here]
    This document was written for parents and school personnel to take steps toward preventing school bullying. Information about the Make Time to Listen – Take Time to Talk initiative is included in this document.
  • Best Practices in Bullying Prevention-Helping Youth Change Aggressive Behavior [click here]
    This fact sheet is a short document that presents the ABC’s of how to prevent bullying.

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