What can I do about school bullying?

August 2, 2018 | Author: Mike Dreiblatt | Views: 468 | Comments: 0

Bullying can threaten students’ physical and emotional safety at school and can negatively impact their ability to learn. The best way to address bullying is to stop it before it starts. There are several things school staff can do to make schools safer and prevent bullying.
 
Stand up to Bullying webinars and workshops can train school staff and students to prevent and address bullying and we can help sustain bullying prevention efforts over time. When adults respond quickly and consistently to bullying behavior they send the message that it is not acceptable. Research shows this can stop bullying behavior over time.
 
To ensure that bullying prevention efforts are successful, all school staff need to be trained on what bullying is, what the school’s policies and rules are, and how to enforce the rules. Training may take many forms: webinars, staff meetings, one-day or multi-day training sessions. Schools may choose any combination of these training options based on available funding, staff resources, and time.
 
Stand Up to Bullying, bullying prevention training, is successful because students and staff members are engaged in developing messages and content, and we make sure that their voices are heard. Learning is relevant to their roles and responsibilities to help build buy-in.
 
There is often a disconnect between young people’s experience of bullying and what the adults see. Adults often don’t know how to respond when they do recognize bullying. Bullying prevention approaches that show the most promise confront the problem from many angles. Stand Up to Bullying bullying prevention trainings involve the entire school community—students, families, administrators, teachers, and staff such as bus drivers, nurses, cafeteria and front office staff—in creating a culture of respect. 
 
Bystanders who intervene on behalf of young people being bullied make an enormous difference. When bystanders intervene, bullying stops within 10 seconds 57% of the time. Stand Up to Bullying teach bystanders how to intervene by teaching a range of options that can be used to stop bullying.
 
Studies have shown that adults, including parents, can help prevent bullying by keeping the lines of communication open, talking to their children about bullying, encouraging them to do what they love, modeling kindness and respect, and encouraging them to get help when they are involved in bullying or know others who need help. Stand Up to Bullying teaches parents how to do this.
 
Many evaluated programs that address bullying are designed for use in elementary and middle schools. Fewer programs exist for high schools and non-school settings. There are many considerations in selecting a program, including the school’s demographics, capacity, and resources. Many prevention programs have been tested in schools with modest results. Others have failed to make a difference. 
 
Stand Up to Bullying has started the process of becoming an evidence-based program as defined by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP). NREPP is an evidence-based repository and review system designed to provide the public with reliable information on mental health and substance use interventions. All interventions in the registry have met NREPP's minimum requirements for review. The programs' effects on individual outcomes have been independently assessed and rated by certified NREPP reviewers.  
 
If you want to high quality, sustainable change, look no further than Stand Up to Bullying. We provide sustained, incremental change through online and onsite staff development workshops, experienced legal testimony, online coaching and onsite school climate, bullying and harassment prevention workshops. 
 
Founded in 2001, we have successfully trained over 500,000 students, parents, faculty and staff to stop bullying and improve school and business climate. We continuously improve content and delivery methods using research based best practices and techniques, providing schools and businesses with the most effective bullying prevention programs available today.  
 
People learn best when they are having fun. Whether online or in person, Mike Dreiblatt and the team at Stand Up to Bully present the most engaging workshops you have ever seen. This is not a one-size-fits-all approach exists to bullying prevention. We analyze existing supports and addressing challenges with up-to-date strategies utilizing research-based models the reshape the business or school climate to focus on a shared mission and shared responsibility. We offer strategies, tools, and ongoing coaching to ensure that learning is engaging for everyone and all participants are fully empowered.
 
Our online and onsite workshops address this difficult topic, in a format that has proven to be engaging, and designed for long-term, meaningful learning. 
 
You, your faculty and staff, students and parents will enjoy these fun, fast-paced school climate, bully and harassment prevention workshops and come away with strategies they can use right away. Based in research and backed by evidence, participants will appreciate the role-plays, as they use fun and realistic situations, which teach effective intervention strategies to stop all types of bullying. It is critical that you deliver a high-quality and meaningful learning experience, and that is what our Bullying Prevention workshops deliver.
 
Stand Up to Bullying’s is known for kind, caring and compassionate services to improve school climate, decreasing bullying and stopping workplace bullying and harassment. We are famous for our customer service and attention to detail. Our confidential services emphasize choice, scaffolded learning and positive motivation to create real social-emotional change.  
 
Mike Dreiblatt is nationally recognized as an expert for his work in bullying, cyberbullying and social aggression prevention as well as stopping workplace bullying and harassment. Mr. Dreiblatt draw on 32 years of experience as an Educational Consultant, Principal, Dean of Students, Classroom Teacher and Author. In addition, Mike has over 17 years of experience working in the non-profit and corporate sectors to help stop workplace bullying and harassment.  
 
The Reasons to Believe We Can Deliver the Benefit:
 
Stand Up to Bullying’s is known for kind, caring and compassionate services to improve school climate, decreasing bullying and stopping workplace bullying and harassment. We are famous for our customer service and attention to detail. Our confidential services emphasize choice, scaffolded learning and positive motivation to create real social-emotional change. 
 
This is not a one-size-fits-all approach exists to bullying prevention. We analyze existing supports and addressing challenges with up-to-date strategies utilizing research-based models the reshape the business or school climate to focus on a shared mission and shared responsibility. We offer strategies, tools, and ongoing coaching to ensure that learning is engaging for everyone and all participants are fully empowered. 
 
32 years of experience as a national speaker, educational consultant, principal, dean of students, classroom teacher and author to provide relevant and credible, researched based instructional strategies and bullying prevention techniques.
 
Over the last 17 years, we have successfully trained over 500,000 parents, students, faculty and staff how to stop bullying and improve school climate.  
 
We continuously improve content and delivery methods using research based best practices and techniques, providing schools and businesses with the most effective bullying prevention programs available today. 
 
Stand Up to Bullying has started the process of becoming an evidence-based program as defined by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP). NREPP is an evidence-based repository and review system designed to provide the public with reliable information on mental health and substance use interventions. All interventions in the registry have met NREPP's minimum requirements for review. The programs' effects on individual outcomes have been independently assessed and rated by certified NREPP reviewers.  

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