Top Entry in 2022, submitted by Mrs. Concagh’s Class at Dogwood Elementary School, NBPC’s “Students with Solutions”
Dogwood Elementary has a monthly broadcast that highlights student achievements and encourages students to make positive changes in our community. Our recent broadcast theme was “kindness,” and the students created videos to teach their younger peers how to prevent bullying, how to recognize it, and what to do if they see or experience it. We spoke about why bullying hurts, and how one child’s decision to stand up when they see something hurtful happening can make all the difference.
Top Entry in 2022, submitted by Jo Anne Hall, NBPC’s “Students with Solutions”
Words, whether said in-person or online, Just like physical actions Can hurt just as much Because all bullying hurts. Bullying can happen anywhere anytime.
Top Entry in 2022, submitted by Thomas Jefferson Elementary School Upstanders NBPC’s “Students with Solutions”
Upstanders started this school year to respond to an overwhelming need to address bullying within the school setting. Our vision is to create an environment where students have decided to “Be part of the solution!” The students will be responsible for creating a culture in our school in which students are either part of the problem or they are part of the solution. There is no middle ground. Leaders will emerge from this group as students who stand up for their peers and do not tolerate any form of bullying. We also have had an amazing response from students! Approximately 54 fifth grade students out of 92 have participated since we began. We have had real, meaningful conversations about bullying. Students have so many questions and need a forum, a safe place to have this conversation.
Animated video created from student drawings and writing that shows that kids want bullying to stop and want to be part of the solution.
Welcome to Season 3 of PACERTalks About Bullying, our weekly video series all about bullying prevention – including informational content, interviews, and more! To kick off this season, we begin with the basics by answering in 60 seconds or less the question “How is bullying defined?”
Students respond to the question, “How do you define bullying?”
Middle school students provide insight about their online experiences, and share what they want their parents to know about cyberbullying.
Have you ever heard “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me”? Research has shown that this old saying simply isn’t true. Words can hurt, and bullying can leave a lasting impact.
This video, created by RocketKids and narrated by Elvis, goes through the tough subject of bullying with some basic information to help kids identify it, how to avoid it, and breaks down the difference between conflict and bullying.
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The dynamics of using technology to hurt, harm or humiliate another individual or group are examined in this video.
Kids talk about what bullying means to them.