Bullying Sites for Teachers and Parents

 

BrainPOP - Cyberbullying
Free BrainPOP animated video about bullying via the Internet, email or texts and what young people can do to protect themselves and prevent or stop cyberbullying.
   
Bullying
This CA Dept of Education website provides answers to frequently asked questions about bullying.   It provides advice about what students, parents, teachers and schools can do about bullying.   Provides advice on cyberbullying

Bullying – Girls
Provides information on bullying among girls from girlshealth.gov (for students)

Bullying in Schools 
Provides information and resources for teachers and parents from renowned Australian expert Dr. Kenneth Rigby

Dealing with Bullies
Website provides great information from kidshealth.org on what bullying is, and how to deal with bullies.  This website provides a read-aloud function (for students)

It’s My Life – Bullies
Very understandable explanations and information on bullying from PBS (for students)

Kids Against Bullying
Information, videos, tips, contests from the Pacer Center Champions for Children with Disabilities related to bullying (for students)

Stop Bullying Now – Adults
This government website provides tips, links, information, animated short stories, and games on bullying – including cyberbullying
   
MARC K-5 Curriculum
Bridgewater State University’s MARC offers a curriculum in bullying and cyberbullying prevention to grades K-5.   Also offers information and other resources
   
Massachusetts Law About Bullying and Cyberbullying
Provides authoritative information from Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries about current Massachusetts laws, guidelines and regulations on bullying, including cyberbullying
   
MSLA Bullying Prevention Wiki
The Massachusetts School Library Association (MSLA) wiki provides a wealth of resources on anti-bullying.