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Student Engagement and Empowerment

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Stop Bullying.gov  Information from various government agencies on how kids, teens, young adults, parents, educators and others in the community can prevent or stop bullying. Also available on Facebook.


PBS Kids It's My Life Informative articles, games and information for kids.


Kids Against Bullying from the National Center for Bullying Prevention, has links fr games, videos and a site developed for and by teens.


Stop the Bullying Now Games and cartoon Webisodes that help kids Take a Stand. Lend a Hand. Stop Bullying Now! From HRSA US Department of Health and Human Services 


Girl's Health This site is owned and maintained by the Office on Women's Health in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.


It's My Life from the Public Broadcasting System. Articles, stories, games, activities, quizzes, polls, video clips of kids talking about their feelings and experiences. Advice from older kids and experts. Students can contribute comments and questions. Includes interviews with celebrities about what they went through when they were kids;.


Cyberbullying 411  by Internet Solutions for Kids.  Resources for youth who have questions about or have been targeted by online harassment.


Helping Kids Deal with Bullies Advice for parents, kids and teens from KidsHealth and the Nemours Foundation.


Beat Bullying  Empowers young people to lead bullying prevention campaigns in their schools and local communities.



Stop Bullying...Take A Stand!  PBS video from In the Mix, the Emmy award winning teen series  


Don't Laugh at Me – Teachers Guide, DVD and Video. By Operation Respect, Inc.
Video based on the song by Peter, Paul, and Mary. Includes curriculum guides and lessons.

Fairness: a balance of power. Character Builders – Group discussion videos. By CAMFEL Productions.
Video includes video vignettes illustrating that the balance of power is not always fair. It is what you choose to do with what life deals you, that matters. Includes reflection questions for each vignette.

Stop Bullying Now: Take A Stand. Lend a Hand. By HRSA.
Included on DVD is Webisodes – A series of 12 animated episodes depicting a group of characters at a school who experience buyllying first-hand and what they do to help resolve the situation. DVD.

Bullied: A Student, a School and a Case that made History. A documentary film the chronicles one student;s torment at the hands of anti-gay bullies and offers an inspiring message of hope to those fighting harassment today. Free from Teaching Tolerance


Empowering Children to Help Stop Bullying at School by Carol Wintle.

A curriculum for grades three and up.


Stop Bullying at School by Carol Wintle.

A curriculum for grades 5-8.


No Kidding About Bullying by Naomi Drew.
125 ready-to-use activities to help kids manage anger, resolve conflicts, build empathy, and get along, grades 3 - 6. A CD with all reproducible activity sheets is included.

Empowering Bystanders in Bullying Prevention Grades K – 8. By Stan Davis and Julie Davis.
Includes DVD with audio and slide presentation by Stan Davis.

Letters to a bullied girl: Messages of healing and hope. One Bullied Girl , Two Sisters who cared, and thousands more who opened up their hearts. By Olivia Gardner with Emily and Sarah Buder.
This book exposes bullying with the words of those who know it best. And gives hope from those whose letters offer inspiration.


Please Stop Laughing at Me...One Woman's Inspirational Story By Jodee Blanco.
Touching memoir from the point of view of the victim. 


Other Print Materials

What Can You Do to End Name-Calling and Bullying? by James Howe. Adapted from a speech given in March 2004 to the students of Merrill Middle School in Des Moines,

Iowa, during the first National No Name-Calling Week.

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