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10 Tips To Help Stop Bullying

10 Tips To Help Stop Bullying
Channing Bete

This booklet teaches parents about the type of lasting harm bullying can cause, and why it's everyone's responsibility to help prevent it. Booklet provides a list of tips that include explaining to children the different types of bullying and why bullying is wrong, building children's social skills, recognizing warning signs, working with school staff, and getting involved in school and community efforts.
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Bullying: Keeping Tabs On Getting And Giving Respect

Bullying: Keeping Tabs On Getting And Giving Respect
Channing Bete

This quick-reference resource quickly and easily enlightens teen readers on the different forms of bullying, helps build prevention and intervention skills, and guides teens on what to do if they experience or witness bullying. Stresses the importance of responsible decision making. Tabbed table of contents lets teens flip right to the information they need.
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Cyberbullying: Keeping Tabs On Digital Safety

Cyberbullying: Keeping Tabs On Digital Safety
Channing Bete

This engaging quick-reference tool helps teens understand what cyberbullying is and how to avoid it. Guide helps readers understand the negative impact of cyberbullying, how they may have played a part in cyberbullying in the past, and what type of action is appropriate if they become a victim or witness of cyberbullying. Tabbed table of contents lets teens flip right to the information they need.
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Cyberbullying: What Parents Should Know

Cyberbullying: What Parents Should Know
Pacer

Students now live at a time of instant access to cell phones, tablets, or computers. These new modes of communication also present new challenges for parents. This 16-page booklet has information for parents on how to guide their children through this virtual world.
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Cyberbullying:What Parents Can Do to Protect Their Children

Cyberbullying:What Parents Can Do to Protect Their Children
Pacer

The internet has become a place for children to post mean and inappropriate comments about their peers. It is important that parents of children with disabilities learn what cyberbullying is and how to respond. This 8-page booklet has information for parents on how to address cyberbullying with your child and what steps to take if your child is being bullied online.
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Websites

StopBullying.gov

StopBullying.gov

StopBullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on what bullying is, what cyberbullying is, who is at risk, and how you can prevent and respond to bullying.
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