Category

National Bullying Prevention Month

One and Zero: Early Bullying Prevention

By | bullying prevention, elementary schools, Kathryn Otoshi, National Bullying Prevention Month, ONE, Senator Andrew J. Lanza, St. John's University Staten Island, Uncategorized, Zero | One Comment

Dear Principals, Teachers, Superintendents, Parents and Anyone Interested in Children, My bullying prevention tip is very fitting for today’s date:  10/10, which coincidentally falls within National Bullying Prevention Month. If you have young children or you teach young children, you’ll…

Read More

Bullying Prevention Month: Is Television Making our Kids Mean?

By | ABC News, bullying, bullying prevention, children's television, Deseret News, Father Knows Best, Journal of Communication, Leave it to Beaver, National Bullying Prevention Month, television and bullying study, Uncategorized | No Comments

I wanted to share some news about a study about what kids are seeing on television every day.  Meanness. Kids are surrounded by verbal and non-verbal mean messages.  When I look back on my childhood, bullying definitely existed but when…

Read More

Young Kids, Bullying Prevention and Inspiring Leaders

By | Be the One, Bullies2Buddies, elementary school, Hetrick-Martin Institute, Izzy Kalman, Kate Snow, Kathryn Otoshi, National Bullying Prevention Month, ONE, Pacer, parenting, Stan Davis, Tangled Ball, Thomas Krever, Uncategorized | No Comments

What perfect timing.  October is National Bullying Prevention Month and this morning I had a great conversation with an elementary school principal.  She brought up a great point.  She was worried that kids seem to react the opposite way when they…

Read More

Anderson: Bullying Prevention Expert on What Parents Can Do

By | Anderson, Anderson Cooper, Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, children, Dr. Dorothy Espelage, National Bullying Prevention Month, parenting, schools, Uncategorized, University of Illinois | No Comments

video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player Recently, the new Anderson show covered the topic of bullying, which featured bullying prevention expert, Dr. Dorothy Espelage. (By the way, Anderson Cooper went on to host a week of shows about bullying and prevention…

Read More

How To Help Prevent the Pain of Bullying

By | Anderson, Be the One, bullying prevention, elementary schools, Gary Neuman, Irish Times, Kathryn Otoshi, KLAS-TV, National Bullying Prevention Month, Pacer, parenting, teachers, Uncategorized, Wall Street Journal | 2 Comments

How is it that it’s become almost common to read about young kids who have committed suicide due to bullying. Just this past weekend, it only took me a couple of minutes to find three news stories relating to three…

Read More

Want to Help a Bullied Child? Be the One Go-To Adult

By | Alberti Center, Amanda Nickerson, Be the One Go-To Adult, bullying, bullying prevention, elementary schools, National Bullying Prevention Month, Paceer, parenting, Uncategorized | One Comment

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Here’s a gift. Free. Just for you and the children in your care, whether it’s at school, at home or in an after-school program, on the field, or in the art or music room….

Read More