I know there are a ton of resources out there on bullying. I’m also skeptical about a lot of it being useful.
So I’m just going to start off list with two resources I think are good ones, and hope that readers will contribute a lot more.
Absolutely Everything Researchers Know About Bullying is from Rules For Engagement at Education Week.
Interesting New Study By Carol Dweck
Appealing To The Self-Interest Of Bullies is post I wrote.
I’m adding next infographic to the list. I’m displaying it in a couple of ways because I like it a lot and what it to be accessible, but the original formatting is a bit “funky”:
You can see a better version here.
How do other countries tackle bullying? is from The Guardian
Bullying prevention from the ground up is by Jim Dillon at Smart Blogs.
Bullying Prevention Programs May Have Negative Impact: Study is from The Huffington Post.
Anti-Bullying Programs Could Be a Waste of Time is from TIME.
Bullying Is Bad, But Do We Know How To Stop It? is by Paul Bruno.
Raiders Quarterback Applauds Bullied Dolphins Player For ‘Standing Up And Being A Man’ is from ThinkProgress.
If a 6’5, 312-pound Miami Dolphin can be bullied… is from The Washington Post.
It Takes a Village to Create a Bully is from The Pacific Standard.
I don’t think I’d use with students, but, as Greg Toppo said when he on Twitter, it seems like a “spot-on take on bullying.”
What’s New on StopBullying.gov: A Redesigned Training Center Plus 11 User Guides is from StopBullying.gov.
Using films to empower pupils to challenge bullying is from The Guardian.
How to teach … anti-bullying is from The Guardian.
How do other countries tackle bullying? is also from The Guardian.
Am I A Bully? is from The BBC.
Here’s an interesting “Choose Your Own Adventure” interactive video on bullying (thanks to Michelle Henry for the tip).
Words Can Save is an interactive designed to raise awareness of cyberbullying. You’re prompted to provide advice to a child who is a victim by completing gap-fills/clozes like the one above.
Unfortunately, though, for some odd reason you’re supposed to be eighteen to use it. If you say you’re under that age, you’re transferred to a much less engaging site.
— Colorín Colorado (@ColorinColorado) October 7, 2015
Zero-Tolerance for Bullying Doesn’t Work, Experts Say is from NBC News.
Simply punishing students for bullying will not address the problem is from The Conversation.
Crackdowns on Bullies Can Backfire, National Academies Report Finds is from Ed Week.
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) June 27, 2016
Gay-Straight Alliances Make Schools Safer, Study Finds is from U.S. News.
Why Punishment Won’t Stop a Bully is by Alfie Kohn.
4 Myths About School Bullying And The ‘Trump Effect’ is from NPR.
Understanding Bullying Behavior is from The American Educator.
Students with influence over peers reduce school bullying by 30 percent is from Eureka Alert.
Why does bullying cost California schools $276 million every year? is from The Sacramento Bee.
Preventing Bullying is a new interactive from the National Academy of Sciences.
You might also be interested in this new Teaching Tolerance article, Bullying and the Bottom Line.
Here’s an excerpt:
Learning How Bullying Happens In Order To Prevent It is from NPR.
Reduce Bullying by Cultivating Growth Mindsets is from Mindset Works.
Pete Buttigieg Tells 11-Year-Old Girl How To Stand Up To A Bully is from HuffPost.
Suggest away! I’m all ears….
(1/thread) Been doing student focus groups on equity/justice issues in schools across the US. One thing that keeps coming up is how meaningless & evasive popular anti-bullying programs are. Here’s what I’m hearing from students in schools that embrace these programs:
— Paul Gorski (@pgorski) August 23, 2019
No Bullying in Our School, 4-9 is from Web English.
Trump’s words, bullied kids, scarred schools is from The Washington Post.
New national research suggests bullying declined during the pandemic—not just in schools, but online as well—and harassment hasn’t entirely returned even after students started to come back to campus. @SarahDSparks @educationweek https://t.co/ZrHUMzsVen
— MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) January 12, 2022