This is a different way to display Classroom Expectations and Rules in the first week of school. Using WELCOME as the theme, the display includes When you enter the classroom, Learning is fun, Cooperation is expected, Positive attitude, and Mutual respect.
Use this Weekly Behavior Report in your classroom. It is a great way to provide feedback to the student about his/her classroom behavior. Categories include: Listening, Working quietly, Following directions, and working safely. Weekly Behavior Report Template
Download this 43 page Toolkit, designed to equip teachers, students and Administrators with the knowledge and skills to deal with bullying in a school community. The Toolkit is practical, and uses student-friendly language that is easily understood. Download the Toolkit to prevent Bullying here.
Use this anti-bullying resources to start a discussion in your classroom. The images and quotes are all from students, and is a great way to discuss the role of a bystander when bullying occurs. Download the ‘What is a Bystander’? handout here.
Teach students how to handle conflict by brainstorming strategies in small groups. See more ideas for Conflict resolution here.
Download a PDF document that helps schools implement a whole-school Bullying program. Documents include Student surveys, Classroom role-play cards, and learning about Bullying activities for students. Download the Whole School Approach to Bullying PDF here.
Take a Stand together Poster – for download here.
Download this By-stander Power poster to promote ‘Stand up against Bullying’. Ask students to create their own By-Stander Power Super Hero Poster to display in the Classroom. Download the Poster here.
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Why not start the new school year, and ask students to brainstorm a recipe for the new school year? Students in small groups can list things they think will help them learn this year. A leader will then summarize their findings, and create a Poster – Recipe for the new school year. Display the recipes [...]
Download each Information sheet for students: What are bullies? What are targets? What do sidekicks do? Who are Bystanders? Who are Spectators? What is a Defender? How to get help from an adult How can I stand up to a bully? More ways to stand up to a bully
How to settle conflicts peacefully – pdf for students