Bullying and Other Violence

Cyberbullying:  A Resource for School Social Workers

This article is broken into four sections:  (1)  Fast Facts:  Cyberbullying at a Glance, (2) An Introduction to Cyberbullying, (3) Keys to Addressing Cyberbullying, and (4) a Conclusion.  You will learn about terminology, the impact of cyberbullying, news on cyberbullying, education/prevention/intervention with sections for school social workers as well as parents, and creation of a safe environment for children and adolescents. http://www.onlinemswprograms.com/features/cyberbullying-a-resource-for-school-social-workers.html

 

Guide to Bullying Prevention

Bullying among children is a serious problem that is far too often written off as a rite of passage, or as "kids being kids." It is, however a very dangerous form of aggression that causes injuries, fear, embarrassment, reduced self-esteem, and depression in the victim. This link lists over two dozen resources for practitioners and parents.http://www.aaastateofplay.com/guide-to-bullying-prevention/