Our government has put together these resources that you can use with your students to learn about what bullying is and what you might try to do to help end bullying. It's easy to use for you or your students.
From paying attention to getting training, these tips from NEA will give you some ideas for how to handle a situation that involves bullying or looks like it might evolve into bullying. Read them, and come back to them again and again as a reminder.
Summing up research and training tips, this article is another must read that will give you some of the insights and suggestions you need to nip bullying in the bud. You might also want to take a look at some of the other resources you will find on the page.
Give your kids some experience with anti-bullying activities, so they have the tools they need when confronted with bullying. There's a well-done video, some role playing, and several other activities for you to choose from.
Although this list is long, there are some really excellent tips included. Any teacher who strives to follow this guide should be successful in controlling the bullying behavior. You should "Make your classroom remarkable" and provide a safe environment for all of your students.
Here are five great videos you can share with your students to help them better understand the issue of bullying and what they can do to help stop bullies. You could also use them to encourage your students to create a video of their own.