Anti-bullying tactics are still worth executing in your class. And with the new year coming up, it’s a perfect time for you to work on some anti-bullying classroom activities to help stamp out this issue once and for all.
Today on TeachHUB.com, frequent contributing writer Janelle Cox, who is a seasoned elementary school educator based in Upstate New York, looks at some Anti-Bullying Tactics
- Lace up and Run Against Bullying
- Stomp Out Bullying with a Contest
- Wear the Color Blue
- And More!
Janelle sums up her article thusly, in a paragraph called “Stand Up to Bullying” School Assembly”: Another amazing way to show a united front is to have a school-wide anti-bullying assembly. Invite a speaker into your school or have your own student-led assembly. You can go online and download the student-led assembly kit that incorporates the “Not in Our School” core principles with students taking the lead in addressing bullying and intolerance in school. You can also invite a speaker like the “Stronger than a Bully” program that is fun for all ages.
Make this New Year the year that we finally put an end to bullying in our schools. The more we talk about it, the quicker it will eliminate it.
How will you stand up to bullying this year in your classroom? Please feel free to share the anti-bullying ways you’ll stomp it out in the comment section of the actual article on TeacHHUB.com, we’d love to hear your thoughts.
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