Olweus Bullying Prevention Program
Supported by the North American Office of Education for all Seventh-day Adventist elementary and secondary schools in this Division, this website provides training, interactive programs, key information about bullying, cyber bullying, and dating violence,...
Bullying - A Scourge on North American society
Grade 3-Grade 12
Bullying is a serious, and sometimes even deadly, issue in our society. We need to step up and help those that need it.
Bullying - Personal Thoughts?
A student’s attempt at suicide leads a teacher to reflect on how we should respond to online bullying and implications of violent plans.
Bullying and Seventh-day Adventist Schools
Lloyd Robinson discusses bullying and what administrators, teachers, and parents can do to implement a school wide bullying prevention program. Special reference is given to the Focus on Bullying: A Prevention Program for Elementary School Communities...
Bullying and Violence information for parents
According to research, 90 percent of children in grades 3 to 6 say they have been bullied at some time and 60% admit they have engaged in bullying behavior themselves. "Today, more kids are getting bullied online. Embarrassing photos can be spread to...
Bullying Has No Place in Our School
A teacher describes her school's efforts against bullying as they endeavor to make their campus a "city of refuge" for students and visitors alike.
Bullying Takes Twisted Turn for the Worse
Cyberbullying refers to abusive bullying behavior using information technology - internet, cellphones, etc. This article provides an overview of the issue, and suggests resources and directions for dealing with the problem.
Bullying: Are You The ONE?
Reference this blog to inspire parents, teachers and church members to be THE ONE caring person it takes to believe in a child who comes to you and tells you they are being bullied, THE ONE adult who affirms the child and acts to break the cycle of bullying...
Curbing Violence in Schools - Implications for Christian Educators
"A safe and supportive school environment is necessary for enhancing and nurturing students’ gifts, talents, and abilities. Within the last ten years, however, there has been a dramatic increase in violent confrontations within school environments...
Cyberbullying Policy - GCA Sample
Grade 1-Grade 12
A sample cyberbullying policy drafted by Georgia Cumberland Academy. Download this word document as a template to build your school's cyberbullying and bullying policy.
Dealing With Bullies in Christian Schools
At what time should teachers intervene when students complain of being bullied by their peers? Clarence U. Dunbebin addresses the issue of bullying in Christian schools. Topics covered include: How Common is Bullying?; The Terrible Results of Bullying; How...
Fostering the Development of Empathy in the Classroom - A Strategic Response to the Problem of Bullying
"Describes the development of empathy within children and provides classroom-based interventions that will foster its development. The development of empathy is a complex process involving both cognitive and affective functioning and awareness. Various...
It Really Is Different Now - Dealing With the All-Too-Real Issue of Cyber-bullying in the Educational Sphere
This document from the 2015 SDACC Teachers' Convention describes cyber-bullying, and what a school should do to protect itself and its students. Sample policies are included.
Making a Difference - Preventing and Dealing with Child Abuse
Learn how to help with the global child abuse problem. Sections including recognizing the forms of child abuse, protecting the Adventist school campus (including higher education), counting the costs, putting integrity first, corporal punishment, creating...
Softening the Mean Girl
Grade 5-Grade 12
Relational aggression has become a problem among girls. One school took a proactive approach by forming Girls' Groups "to educate our young ladies about girl bullying, with solutions and hope."
Solving the Bullying Problem in Adventist Schools
The National Association of School Psychologists reports that school bullying accounts for over 160,000 children skipping school everyday in the United States. Bullying can take the form of harassment, persecution, physical violence, and emotional discomfort....
Student Peer Bullying - A Brief Overview of the Problem and Some Associated Myths
"Over the past few years the news media has
increasingly highlighted the problem of peer
bullying in schools. Within school communities
there is a considerable divergence of opinion
as to how it should be viewed and what should
be done to address...
Teacher Bulletin Tips - Volume 6
"Do you have a problem with bullying in your classroom? Would you like to pass on the top ten ways to get top grades? What kinds of learning styles do you have 'operating' in your classroom? How safe is your school? These and other areas are dealt with...
The Bully-Free Classroom
Kick off your school year with this six week jump start bully-free program presented at the 2012 NAD Teachers Convention. Your students will learn strategies for handling a bully, how to be a supportive by-stander, and all this in the Christian frame work...
The Relationship Between School Climate and Student Bullying
Grade 3-Grade 8
"This study investigates the relationship between
student perceptions of school climate and selfreported
bullying between students...A significant negative relationship was found between measures of positive school climate and the prevalence of student...