FOR CONDUCTING ELEMENTARY-LEVEL CLASSROOM-SIZED SESSIONS, PLEASE SEE PDF FILES BELOW.
IS THIS NICE? SERIES FOR PRE-KINDERGARTEN TO 1ST/2ND GRADE, PLEASE SEE PDF FILES BELOW.
UNDER DEVELOPMENT -- PDF MATERIAL TO INCLUDE CYBERBULLYING
FREE PDF FILES for Anti-Bullying Program
Author's Cover Ltr to Principals or Organizers.pdf - Author's Cover Letter to promote the creation of an Anti-Bullying Program in school or organizations
Guide For Teachers pdf -- To introduce to the Anti-Bullying Code of Conduct, initiate class discussion on the thirty-four "What is Bullying?" questions, and prepare students for the interactive assembly
Sample Notice to Parents/Guardians pdf -- Introducing the Anti-Bullying Program
Code of Conduct pdf -- Sample student pledge for following the Anti-Bullying Code of Conduct in school, on school grounds, on school buses, and at bus stops
What is Bullying? pdf -- Thirty-Four questions for students to review (yes/no answers) in class and be prepared to respond during an interactive assembly
What is Good Behavior? pdf -- Poster to reinforce good behavior, and provide a positive way of learning about bullying behavior
Interactive Assembly Script pdf -- Script involves using the thirty-four questions used by teachers in class to stimulate dialog; it reminds students of what bullying behavior is, and asks them to put their name on the Anti-Bullying Code of Conduct Pledge to help eliminate bullying in their school.
NEW -- Conducting Classroom-Sized Sessions -- Actual classroom-sized session. Session opened with reading of Chapter One, and then involved the students in discussion of the thirty-four questions at the end of You Are Too a Bully! Students pledged their support of the Anti-Bully Code of Conduct and signed a banner as "Warriors Against Bullying." (See Photo Collage: CONDUCTING CLASSROOM-SIZED SESSIONS.pdf -- Photo Sheet of Classroom Sessions.pdf -- POIGNANT SCENARIOS.pdf -- IS THIS BULLYING QUESTIONS.pdf
NEW -- IS THIS NICE? Question Series for very young children who would not understand the concept of "bullying," but would know what is "nice." -- Questions to help young children understand what "NICE" behavior is, before "NOT NICE" behavior becomes bullying in elementary school.