Bullying

Is that Child Mean or is He a Bully? Why it’s Critical that Adults Understand the Difference

In our culture of 24/7 news cycles and social media sound bites, adults have a better opportunity than ever before to bring attention to important issues related to a child’s well-being.

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Better Than a Magic Wand: 10 Small Things Educators and Youth Care Professionals Can Do to Make a Big Difference in the Epidemic of Bullying

Bullying among school-aged children is widely regarded as an epidemic problem in the United States. If there was a one-size-fits-all solution to the problem, it would have been suggested and implemented long ago.

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 A New Teacher’s Perspective on the Circle of Courage

George Blue Bird’s Circle of Courage hangs in the hallway of our Circle School. Everyday approximately sixteen heads march by the framed work but I doubt they notice.

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By Marie Wilkes
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A Letter to a Bully

In some of my education classes at Augustana College, I ask my students to "write a letter to a teacher or student that made such an impression but you never had a reason to write him or her before.

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