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Bullying Prevention: Facts & Tools for Schools

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PREVNet is pleased to release Bullying Prevention: Factsheets and Tools for Schools, Give us your feedback on this toolour latest comprehensive resource for educators and school adminstrators. This resource, created with the guidance of the Ontario Ministry of Education comprises Fact Sheets and Tools to support your ongoing bullying prevention and safe and accepting school efforts at your school.

Below, you will find quick links to all the factsheets and tools found within the full PDF document.

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Table of Contents


Introduction

1. Introduction to Bullying Prevention Facts and Tools

2. Timeline Bullying Prevention & Safe and Accepting Schools Activities


Section 1: Education

1. Bullying Defined (Fact Sheet)

2. The Difference between Bullying, Aggression and Teasing (Fact Sheet)

  • Critical Questions to Identify Bullying, Aggression and Teasing (Tool)

3. Key Elements of a Whole School Approach to Prevent Bullying and Promote Healthy Relationships (Fact Sheet)

  • Creating Community Partnerships (Tool)
  • Roles and Responsibilities of Champions (Tool)
  • Integrating Bullying Prevention into Classroom Learning Curriculum (Tool)
  • Sample Strategies and Activities for a Whole School Approach to Bullying Prevention (Tool)

Section 2: Assessment

1. When and Where does Bullying Happen in Your School? Conducting an Environmental Scan (Fact Sheet)

  • Bullying Prevention Needs Assessment Checklist (Tool)
  • Sample Mapping Activity: Where Does Bullying Happen in Your School? (Toolkit)

2. Bullying Prevention Needs Assessment (Fact Sheet)

  • Bullying Prevention Needs Assessment (Tool)

Section 3: Prevention and Intervention

1. Principles of Bullying Prevention and Intervention (Fact Sheet)

  • What to do with a Child or Youth who Engages in Bullying (Tool)

2. Scaffolding: Coaching Students Involved in Bullying (Fact Sheet)

  • Strategies to Inform Scaffolding and Coaching Strategies for Children and Youth who Bully (Tool)
  • Strategies to Inform Scaffolding and Coaching Strategies for Children and Youth who are Victimized (Tool)
  • Sample Scaffolding Strategies for Children and Youth who Bully (Tool)
  • Intervention Strategies to Scaffold and Coach Children and Youth who are Victimized (Tool)
  • Sample Script for Individual Intervention for a Child or Youth who Bullies (Tool)
  • Sample Script for Individual Intervention for Children and Youth who have been Victimized (Tool)

3. Social Architecture: Supports for Positive Peer Dynamics (Fact Sheet)

  • Understanding Social Architecture: Strategies for Children and Youth who Bully (Tool)
  • Assessment Strategies to Inform Social Architecture for Children and Youth who are Victimized (Tool)
  • Social Architecture Interventions for Children and Youth who Bully (Tool)
  • Social Architecture for Children and Youth who are Victimized (Tool)

4. Identifying Children and Youth at Risk (Fact Sheet)

  • Bullying Identification and Intervention Tool: What Type of Intervention do I Need? (Tool)

5. Choosing an Evidence-Based Bullying Prevention Program (Fact Sheet)

  • Critical Questions for Choosing an Evidence-Based/Evidence-Informed Program (Tool)

6. Implementing a School Bullying Prevention Plan (Fact Sheet)


Section 4: Policy

1. Bullying Prevention School Plan and Procedures Checklist (Tool)

2. Roles and Responsibilities for a Safe and Accepting School Team (Fact Sheet)

3. Communicating and Disseminating the School’s Plan on Bullying Prevention and Intervention (Fact Sheet)

 

 

 

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