Bullying Prevention

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Bullying impacts the lives of young children, old children, adults, parents, educators and professionals in all fields. People often believe that only school age children are bullied. This is not the case. Adults are also bullied and the coping mechanisms are embedded in all of us from an early age. Bullying behavior is learned young and often our childhood bullies grow up to become our adult bullies as well. The proper behavior needs to be taught at a young age so the prevention of bullying can continue.  






The picture depicits the cycle of bullying and all those are involved in bullying without actually being the bully. We need to learn that there are many roles in bullying and even the supporters are to blame.


This video on bullying will convince its viewers to take a stand against bullying.



On a National level, the CASEL (Collaborative for academic, social and emotional learning) program is being implemented in many states. This program targets bullying prevention because bullying is linked to social and emotional behaviors. By establishing empathy and self-esteem bullying can be lessened. The following goals are those of the CASEL program and are standards which are achieved in this website:

GOAL 1: Develop self-awareness and self-management skills to achieve school and life success

  1. Identify and manage one’s own emotions and behavior
  2. Recognize personal qualities and external supports
  3. Demonstrate skills related to achieving personal and academic goals

GOAL 2: Use social awareness and interpersonal skills to establish and maintain positive relationships

  1. Recognize the feelings and perspectives of others
  2. Recognize the individual and group similarities and differences
  3. Use communication and social skills to interact effectively with others
  4. Demonstrate an ability to prevent, manage and resolve interpersonal conflicts in constructive ways

GOAL 3: Demonstrate decision making skills and responsible behaviors in personal, school, community contexts

  1. Consider ethical, safety, and societal factors in making decisions
  2. Apply decision making skills to deal responsibly with daily academic and social situations
  3. Contribute to the well-being of one’s school and community


These are New York State's learning standards. They will help teachers to include lessons on bullying into their daily plans.

NYS Learning Standards :  http://accelerateu.org/standards/index.cfm?page=Explore

 The standards used with this website are as follows:

Math Science and Technology

Standard 2 (Information Systems) -Students will access, generate, process, and transfer information using appropriate technologies.

This Standard is relevant to this website because games, videos and different websites will be used in order to teach about bullying prevention.

 English Language Arts

Standard 1 (Language for Information and Understanding) - Students will read, write, listen and speak for information and understanding.

Using this website, students will read and listen to bullying tips, stories and warning signs. Adults will be able to read stories and look through lesson plans. This standard will be accomplished by their ability to reach an understanding.


Standard 3 (Language for Critical Analysis and Evaluation) - Students will read, write, listen and speak for critical analysis and evaluation.

Students will use this website to evaluate their understanding of bullying and assess their own behaviors and characteristics.


Standard 4 (Language for Social Interaction)- Students will read, write, listen and speak for social interaction.

Users of this website will have the opportunity to read, write, listen and speak in forums and blogs. This social interaction will help students and adults share their ideas, voice their opinions, and hear the stories of others.




This site explains what bullying is and how it affects school life : http://www.familyfirstaid.org/bullying.html


This graph demonstrates the increase in bullying as children increase in school grades.




How Bullying impacts children-How bullying impacts a child's life. -How frequently bullying occurs.



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