Here you will find a list of techniques to help Stop Bullying - Strategies for School Staff and Parents. The Concepts that follow can be taught to bullies, bystanders, and targets alike. This information can be presented in a school assembly (school-wide intervention), in a classroom (class-wide intervention), or on an individual basis with students who are at higher risk.
School staff and parents are encouraged to familiarize themselves with these Concepts and decide on a way to present the information in a thoughtful and meaningful way to children. Bullying will not go away on its own. It is every adults’ responsibility to do their part in the effort to stop bullying and make students’ learning environments happy, peaceful and safe.
Bullying can be defined as: Aggressive behavior that involves an imbalance power between two or more people. Usually, the behavior is repeated over and over and includes the use of hurtful words and/ or acts.
The following list of strategies was adapted from, Building Moral Intelligence by Michelle Borba (Page 181). The book is an incredible resource that provides techniques designed for helping parents impart positive daily-living skills upon their children.