Resources: Two Apples

Dos Manzanas

En este rompehielos los participantes aprenden sobre el impacto de sus palabras y acciones mediante la exploración de sus efectos en dos manzanas. Grados: 6 en adelanteDuración: 30-45 minutos Recursos Relacionados de IHE: Boleto de Lotería

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Resources: Two Apples

Two Apples

In this icebreaker, participants learn just how important words and actions are when they explore their impact on two apples.

Grades: PreK – 8
Time: 5-10 minutes

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Anti-Bullying Resources & Activities

Find suggested books, websites, articles, videos, lesson plans, activities and other resources related to anti-bullying and social emotional learning to help you learn and/or teach about this topic. Save

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4 Books About Transgender Youth

by Marsha Rakestraw Not only do people who are transgender have to deal with bullying, violence, and bigotry, but young people also must frequently grapple with changing bodies, unsupportive families and schools, and the challenges of navigating a very unique experience. Children who may be transgender need to read about others who share their experiences,…

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13 Children’s Picture Books about Bullying

by Marsha Rakestraw As information about bullying becomes more pervasive, schools and others who serve children are striving to create anti-bully/pro-hero environments. Since bullying and exclusion can begin as early as preschool, it’s important that we who are helping children become their best selves begin cultivating humane values in our young children. October is Bullying…

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The Good, the Bad & the Ugly About Bullying Prevention in Schools

by Marsha Rakestraw We’re fans of the pro-hero approach, rather than using an anti-bullying framework, but given that most educational institutions still think and act in terms of anti-bullying, this 2013 study by the American Educational Research Association (AERA) is relevant to anyone concerned about bullying in schools and universities. “Prevention of Bullying in Schools,…

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We Need Pro-Hero Schools Instead of Anti-Bully Schools

by Matt Langdon It is very easy to find the term anti-bully these days. Look in any school and there’s a good chance you’ll see it on the walls. Look in the news and you’ll see governments (state, local, school) using it. It’s a term that has started making me cringe. For four quite different…

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