Educators, communities, and even state legislatures have acknowledged that we can no longer treat bullying as a natural rite of passage. There are strong legal implications for administrators and teachers who ignore bullying behavior. While many districts have increased awareness and ramped up anti-bullying efforts, it is still a problem in today's schools. This ERS Focus On addresses the rapidly changing landscape of cyberbullying and the challenges of supporting and defending students who are intimidated by others. Designed to be used by preK-12 educators for professional development, this Focus On will help teachers develop the skills to recognize, address and prevent bullying.
Table of Contents
Defining Bullying 1
The Bully, the Victim, and the Witness 2
Recognizing Bullying 5
Cyber Bullying 7
Intervention and Prevention 8
Obstacles to Success 15
The Ramifications of Turning a Blind Eye 17
Anti-Bullying Legislation 18
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