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Educator Guide for Student Bullying Focus Groups

Educator Guide for Student Bullying Focus Groups

Michele Borba October 5, 2016 Comments Off on Educator Guide for Student Bullying Focus Groups

An essential way to hear student concerns about school safety, their ideas for reducing bullying, creating a safe and caring school, and gathering evidence-based data about bullying is by setting up Student Bullying Focus Groups.

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Identity Crisis: A Great New YA Book

Identity Crisis: A Great New YA Book

admin February 25, 2016 Comments Off on Identity Crisis: A Great New YA Book

Books have always been one of the best ways to tug at our children’s hearts, help them explore new worlds and possibilities and also examine their own ideas or views. Finding the right book

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How to Know and What To Do If Your Child Is Bullied

How to Know and What To Do If Your Child Is Bullied

Michele Borba January 3, 2015 Comments Off on How to Know and What To Do If Your Child Is Bullied

Warnings that a child may be the target of a bully and crucial steps to take if it’s true Peer abuse–just the thought can send shivers down our spines. But the fact is hundreds of children

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10 Parenting Solutions to Prevent Cyberbullying

10 Parenting Solutions to Prevent Cyberbullying

Michele Borba September 10, 2014 Comments Off on 10 Parenting Solutions to Prevent Cyberbullying

Mom and Dad, wake up: If you assume your child is using that fancy home computer or smartphone to stimulate his brain or connect with friends, think again. Sadly too many kids are using their

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4 S.A.F.E. Rules Every Child Should Know to Curb Cyberbullying

4 S.A.F.E. Rules Every Child Should Know to Curb Cyberbullying

Michele Borba February 23, 2014 Comments Off on 4 S.A.F.E. Rules Every Child Should Know to Curb Cyberbullying

Four safety rules to teach kids to help them be safer online and stop cyber-bullying REALITY CHECK: Did you know that a recent survey found that almost 70 percent of adolescents say the best

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7 Cyber “Don’ts” That Help Keep Kids and Teen Safer Online

7 Cyber “Don’ts” That Help Keep Kids and Teen Safer Online

Michele Borba December 14, 2013 Comments Off on 7 Cyber “Don’ts” That Help Keep Kids and Teen Safer Online

REALITY CHECK: One survey found that half of three thousand U.S. children surveyed during the previous six months said they or someone they know had been victims or guilty of cyberbullying. Talk to your

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11 Possible Signs of Cyberbullying

11 Possible Signs of Cyberbullying

Michele Borba November 18, 2013 Comments Off on 11 Possible Signs of Cyberbullying

What Is Cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is an electronic form of communication that uses cyber-technology or digital media to hurt, threaten, embarrass, annoy, blackmail or otherwise target another minor. Every adult who interacts with kids–parents, educators, librarians,

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“Cyberbullying and Bullying Are Not the Same” Say Kids

Michele Borba April 24, 2012 Comments Off on “Cyberbullying and Bullying Are Not the Same” Say Kids

New research findings and 3 important takeaways for bully prevention New research on bullying is published so quickly it’s hard to stay current with recent findings. But at the same time we’re already seeing

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Talking to Teens about Suicide and Depression

Michele Borba April 26, 2011 Comments Off on Talking to Teens about Suicide and Depression

The mothers of two 14-year-old girls who killed themselves in a suicide pact spoke to TODAY’s Matt Lauer about their heartbreak today, saying their daughters had been victims of cyberbullying and suffered from depression —

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7 Troubling Youth Trends in the News

7 Troubling Youth Trends in the News

Michele Borba January 2, 2011 Comments Off on 7 Troubling Youth Trends in the News

REALITY CHECK TIME: Bullying, depression, eating disorders, ADHD, stress, early puberty onset, plastic surgery and Botox are all on increase and in younger kids. Here is my pick of the top troubling child and teen

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