We got such a great response with our first list of bullying resources we shared, we thought we’d list some more of the great ones we know:
With pro athletes like Mookie Betts, Tory Krug, Aly Raisman, Patrick Ching, and many more from Boston’s professional sports teams, Bostonvsbullies.org is an anti-bullying initiative of The Sports Museum and the Boston sports community that’s already reached over 48,000 kids to help those who need it stand up to the bullying they face.
An educational site, actagainstviolence.apa.org aims to head off youth trouble, including bullying, with early education for young children on nonviolent problem-solving. Developed by the American Psychological Association and the National Association for the Education of Young Children the site provides multi-media training materials for adults to use and features a searchable database of publications on preventing violence against children.
Featuring the Eyes on Bullying Toolkit, eyesonbullying.org strives to prevent bullying in children’s lives by providing parents, teachers, counselors, and other caregivers with insights and strategies through multimedia programs and various other resources. The programs are designed for use in homes, child care centers, afterschool and youth programs, and camps
National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center
As the name suggests, safeyouth.org/scripts/topics/bullying.asp is a resource for information on bullying and violence prevention, with links for parents, teenagers, schools, and afterschool programs.
Do you know a great resource on bullying that we haven’t listed yet? Please send it to us, or better yet, add it to the comments below.
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