ABCs of Bullying Prevention Book containing 3 bullying prevention lessons for every grade level.  Click on the cover to your left to access the lessons.

The Your Choice, Your Action, Your Life Public Service Announcements Videos and corresponding lesson plans are designed to raise awareness and spark dialogue around issues related to bullying.

 

 

 

DPI’s SharePoint is accessible to all BCPS employees. It contains additional resources such videos and curriculum such as those on this List of Bullying Prevention & Intervention Programs & Curriculums .

Be the 1 Toolkit

The Be the 1 Positive School Culture Initiative Toolkit helps to create safer and more respectful schools where all students feel safe and respected. Be the 1 uses evidence-based strategies to imbed Multi-Tiered System of Supports for violence prevention and intervention within your school in a continuous improvement model. Inspire your students to Be the 1 to help prevent and intervene with bullying.

Kids Against Bullying Toolkit from PACER has creative resources for elementary, middle, and high school classrooms to talk about bullying. Toolkits include planning an event, creating a visual statement, introducing bullying prevention conversation, and lesson plans.

Get Real About Violence K-12 is a research-based curriculum helping teachers build a culture of non-violence. The program targets a wide range of violent behavior, whether it’s bullying and teasing among younger children or assaults with older. BCPS employees access it in DPI’s SharePoint.

iSafe is accessible in SharePoint for BCPS employees. It includes numerous lessons on Internet safety and cyberullying.

The goal of Reality Avenue’s, “Bullying: Who Holds the REAL Power?” is to educate and empower youth and adults to reduce bullying.  Watch the show and utilize the discussion prompters and lessons and find out that YOU hold the power because the majority of do not bully.

The Health Teacher website has numerous free lessons related to health, including bullying.


The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) is recognized by the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence as one of only eleven Blueprints Model Programs and by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) as a Model Program-two of the highest honors a prevention program can attain.

Leaps provides comprehensive lesson plans and interactive multi-modal assessment tools. Access Leaps Curriculum!

SSUSA-App-Promo-IconBCPS hosted this Stand Strong Teleconference Event aimed at saving lives and ending bullying. The event featured celebrated worldwide motivational speaker Nick Vujicic, who was born without limbs. If you missed this live simulcast which reached than 1 million middle and high students, you can still view and utilize it with your students through BECON’s EduVision or to get quick taste of the event watch this PSA.

Other Anti-Bullying Curriculum

The ‘ABC’s of Bullying Prevention Book’:  contains three bullying prevention lessons for every grade level designed to be taught each year, over the school life of each Broward County student.

“AntiBullying Starts with You Activities,” newspaper by Sun-Sentinel

Anti-Defamation League has numerous excellent resources on diversity and tolerance.

The Assertion Jar – grades 3-12 activity by Teaching Tolerance is best used in your classroom to practice refutation skills.

Common Sense Media – lessons on online safety, cyber citizenship, and cyberbullying grades K-12

Curriculum Connections Cyberbullying – provides educators with the tools to increase awareness about the problem of cyberbullying.

“Day of Silence” Planning Manual

Discovery Health curriculum – free for Broward County Public School Teachers, access it via Broward County Public School’s BEEP Portal.

FREE Prevention Resources: a list of materials and curriculum divided into the four strands of prevention.

Get Real About Violence – a researched and proven program for K-12.  8-12 weeks on anger management/violence prevention.  Access it via Broward County Public School’s BEEP Portal.

It’s OK to Feel Different – activity for students grades K-5 that shows how bullying is not OK.

iSafe – Internet Safety; Internet Bullying/Harassment for parents, staff or students with videos.

Joe’s Story – “Let’s Fight it Together” – Video and Lesson Plan on Cyberbullying for ages 10-18.

Mix It Up at Lunch Day – see also Teaching Tolerance.

National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP), a service of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has information on research based curriculums and proven programs

PACER CenterPSA Videos available for download,  Elementary school tool kit for National Bullying Prevention Awareness Week  which encourages communities to work together to increase awareness of the prevalence and impact of bullying on children.  Has classroom lessons, coloring books, posters, and other resources for all ages.

Preventing Classroom Bullying: What Teachers Can Do Booklet, by Jim Wright

Stop Bullying Now – An elementary series of 12 cartoon videos and corresponding classroom activities to be utilized in the classroom by home school teachers or guidance personnel.

“That’s so Gay!” – LGBTQ related – Have you been reminding others to “Think B4 You Speak” at school or in your community?  Click to View VIDEOS and/or to download the corresponding Educators Guide.

Teaching Tolerance – Classroom activities and teaching kits with videos.

“Walk Away” Video and bystander activation Lesson Plan designed by CCA to educate children about the positive role that they can play as on-lookers or bystanders in helping to prevent bullying, and provides them with tools to start making a difference.

Who We REALLY Are – read aloud “I Look Like a Girl” by Sheila Hamanaka and have students grades 1-5 make their own self-portraits.

“Words Hurt” Video and the related lesson plans. They are designed by CCA, not to frighten, but to highlight the issue of verbal and social bullying, to encourage empathy for the victim and to empower others to recognize the hurt and damage caused by these forms of bullying.

Word that Heal – Using Children’s Literature to Increase Empathy and Help Students Cope with Bullying.