Anti-Bullying Awareness Week

October 7-12, 2013

Anti-Bullying Awareness Week (BAW) 2013 Resources
 Bookmarks for Elementary Students, BW  Bookmarks for Secondary Students, BW
 Bookmarks for Elementary Studnets, Color  Bookmarks for Seconday Students, Color
 Bullying and Suicide  Guidebook, Maine's Best Practices in Bullying
 Nonviolent Crisis Intervention  Pacer Center, Notifying Schools About Bullying
 Pacer Center, Unite Against Bullying  Pacer Center, Student Action Plan Against Bullying
 Tip Calendar  

 Other Bullying Awareness Resources

 Bullying Fact Sheet  Person First
 Advice Gone Wrong  Pop Quiz
 Bullying 101  Red Ribbon Events
 Bullying Unplugged  Seriously
 Bullyology  Stop or Remove Cyber Information
 Dealing With Bullying  Teen2Teen
 Listen Up  The Inside Story
 No Name Calling Activities  What You Can Do

Bullying Assistance and Prevention Hotline: The Kanas State Department of Education has teamed up with the Kansas Children's Service League to establish a hotline dedicated to providing assistance to victims of bullying and their families. The hotline is staffed by trained professionals who can also provide helpful tips for bullying prevention. This printable version of the hotline poster makes for a useful marketing tool in hallways, cafeterias and classroom.

State Board Statement and Resolution. This document reflects the State Board's view of the seriousness of the issue; the Senate Resolution can also be used as a template for local BOE resolutions.

Classroom Toolkit
Promote bullying awareness in your classroom by using the activities and resources in this day-by-day toolkit. Whether you have just a few minutes or you can devote 15 to 30 minutes a day to this important issue, you'll find everything you need -- links to informative websites, downloadable materials, interesting activities, and a powerful video project called, "Rewind." Select the elements that best fit your class' needs.

Field Survey 2011: Looking for great ideas to promote Bullying Awareness Week in your district? Check out this document to explore how schools across Kansas celebrated this event last year.

"Rewind" Video Project
A step-by-step guide to creating a brief but powerful bullying prevention video Carry It Forward! These activities can be done anytime and extend beyond the classroom!
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PACER's National Bullying Prevention Activities and Resources
October Is National Bullying Prevention Month, and PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center has a host of activities and resources to mark the event. For instance, PACER is urging everyone to wear orange on Wednesday, October 10, 2012, to support its Unity Day “Make it Orange and Make it End” campaign. Click here to learn more about Unity Day.

Learning First Alliance menu of awareness and prevention resources
The Learning First Alliance has also posted on its website a menu of bullying awareness and prevention resources developed by member organizations that are available for review and download.

Carol Greta's Cyperbullying presentation (Safe Schools Conference)

Carol Greta's GLBTQA presentation (Safe Schools Conference)

Carol Greta's Keynote (Safe Schools Conference)

KSDE -- Bullying Prevention, Fact Sheet

KSDE -- Bullying Prevention, Indicators

KSDE -- Bullying Prevention, Presentation, Relational Aggression

USDE -- Analysis of State Bullying Laws and Practices

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