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Anti-Bullying Resources for Students - Chapter Summary
These informative lessons outline several anti-bullying resources that can help students who suffer from bullying. The chapter includes a list of anti-bullying resources, books and movies, as well as programs and organizations that can assist students. You'll also examine youth and LGBT suicide prevention programs. By going through this chapter, you'll be able to:
- Identify effective anti-bullying resources and books
- Examine movies that address bullying and cyberbullying issues
- See programs and organizations that assist victims of bullying
- Learn about suicide prevention organizations and programs for youth and the LGBT community
1. Anti-Bullying Resources for Kids
Do you know what to do when you or one of your friends is being bullied? These websites, videos, games and lessons will help you learn more about bullying and what you can do to stop it.
2. Books About Bullying
Bullying is a hot topic in schools around the world. How can we engage with students to prevent bullying? These books open the door to a conversation about bullying and include suggestions for how to use them effectively in class.
3. Movies About Bullying
It is important to educate students about bullying. Many schools are creating anti-bullying programs and campaigns. These films help to address the topic of bullying in an engaging way.
4. Movies About Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place online. Cyberbullying may be harder to identify because social media makes it so easy to hide. Use these films to highlight the topic of cyberbullying in class while raising awareness.
5. Anti-Bullying Programs & Organizations
Numerous programs and organizations exist to help eliminate bullying and support those who are bullied. Read on to learn about some important anti-bullying resources, and what they have to offer.
6. Youth Suicide Prevention Programs
As the second-leading cause of death among those aged 10 to 24, youth suicide is a critical concern in the United States. Read on to learn about youth-focused suicide prevention programs and initiatives.
7. LGBT Suicide Prevention Organizations
Read on to learn about the different organizations that offer support to LGBT individuals in crisis as well as suicide prevention resources for their teachers and support professionals. You'll also find short videos to help you study the issues associated with suicide and self-harm.
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