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bullying prevention

Thankful for Great Bullying Prevention Experts

By | bully prevention, bullying behavior, bullying experts, bullying prevention, bullying prevention programs, bullying prevention resources, cyberbullying, cyberbullying prevention, cybersafety, online safety, optimism, parenting, parenting advice, parents, Thanksgiving, Uncategorized | No Comments

To honor my favorite holiday, Thanksgiving, of course, I wanted to share a few things that make me feel grateful. (There are tons more but my guess is that you may be thankful for short posts!) Talking with Parents During…

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Cell Phones and the Tangled Ball of #Bullying

By | bully prevention, bullying, bullying prevention, cell phones, elementary school, elementary schools, high school, leadership, middle school, parenting, Uncategorized | No Comments

The most consistent piece of advice that experts give kids when they’ve experienced bullying behavior is tell a trusted adult. Actually, it’s our biggest piece of hope in this complicated issue that kids will survive and thrive if they get…

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First Days of School — Be Nice to the New Kid Month

By | Brad Meltzer, Bully, bullying prevention, children's health, elementary school, elementary schools, first day of school, Kathryn Otoshi, kindness, leadership, new kid, new students, ONE, R.J. Palacio, school, school tips, Uncategorized, Wonder | No Comments

By the second week of September, an entire nation of students will have started the 2018-2019 school year. I fondly call this Be Nice to the New Kid Month. There are many studies on the positive effects of kindness. It’s…

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First Days of School — Be Nice to the New Kid Month

By | Bully, bullying prevention, elementary school, elementary schools, first day of school, Kathryn Otoshi, kindness, leadership, new kid, new students, ONE, R.J. Palacio, school, school tips, Uncategorized, Wonder | No Comments

By September 7th, most kids up to the age of 18 will be back in school in the U.S. so I’ve designated September as National ‘Be Nice to the New Kid Month. “Kind words do not cost much. Yet they accomplish much.”   —Blaise…

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