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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…

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How To Make A Child Feel Better When They’ve Been Bullied

By | Anderson, Be the One Go-To Adult, bullying prevention, Dorothy Espelage, Kathryn Otoshi, parenting, schools, Uncategorized | No Comments

video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player Notice that the headline doesn’t say “How To Prevent A Child From Being Bullied.” Because sometimes we can’t. These things often happen in their worlds, not ours. Sometimes there’s not a solution. Sometimes the only…

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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 | No 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…

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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 | No Comments

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….

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Cyberbullying: Two Things Schools and Parents Can Do

By | bullying, Common Sense Media, cyberbullying, Generation Safe, high school, iKeepSafe, middle school, MTV, NYC Council, parenting, sexting, Uncategorized, Wired Safety | No Comments

At last night’s cyberbullying summit sponsored by the New York City Council, two things struck me: 1.) It’s great that the room was full and there’s clearly more interest and awareness on the subject and 2.) We don’t quite get…

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