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Bullying and Safety

Bullying can take many forms and often persists undetected by parents and teachers. From digital stalking to harassment and physical intimidation, educators need to learn the subtle signs that bullying may be taking place, and know what to do when a problem arises. Learn how to identify, respond to, and prevent bullying with these resources from child development experts. Armed with the most timely research and best practices, afterschool leaders can ensure the quality and safety of their program.


Bullying and Safety Articles

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How To Combat Bullying in Afterschool Programs

Bullying is a widespread problem among today’s youth.

3 ways to create safe learning environment

3 Ways to Create a Safe Learning Environment

The start of school can incite anxiety for students. The best way to reduce students' anxiety is to create a safe, healthy and positive learning environment.

4 strategies to prevent the fear of failure

4 Strategies to Prevent the Fear of Failure in Students

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5 Tips to Prevent Cyberbullying Among Students

Cyberbullying is bullying using electronic technology, including harassing text messages or emails; rumors spread or posted on social networking sites; and embarrassing pictures, videos, websites, or fake profiles.

Five ways to teach internet safety

Five Ways to Teach Internet Safety to Students

Although parents bear the main responsibility in ensuring students are using electronics safely and responsibly, educators can play a part in making sure they know the basics.

8 simple strategies to prevent bullying

8 Simple Strategies to Prevent Bullying in Afterschool Programs

A national study showed that 27 percent of students reported being bullied at school, while 14 percent reported that they have been bullied away from school.



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