From our Reportbullying.com survey statistics on the topic of bullying, many of us have a myopic view. We tend to say, “It’s a bully problem. No, it’s a school problem. No, it’s a parent problem. No, it’s a teacher problem.” We think we know the problem because we are always looking in the same place,
I just got back from New Orleans. I was out there teaching the students about our program and the importance of speaking up. St. Christopher’s should be so proud of how their students acted at the assembly. I have been speaking on bullying in schools for over 13 years and St. Christopher’s school and students
At the end of April reportbullying.com expert Jim Jordan will be teaching students and parents about bullying and how to create a safe and motivating school environment. We know bullying happens in every school but the biggest problem we have is so many people think everything is bullying. Our presentations teach students, teachers and parents
I just had the great opportunity to speak at Edgartown elementary school on Martha’s vineyard. What made this event so special was the effort the school was showing to support students and parents. How many times a PTO hires us and the principal never sets foot inside the gym to see what I was speaking
Well it was another great year for reportbullying.com. We traveled all across the United States speaking to students, training teachers and educating parents on their role and how to work with schools to reduce bullying. We traveled to Arizona, California, New York, New jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Ohio and many other cities and states. the best
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Sexual harassment is unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature, which detrimentally affects the work environment, or leads to adverse job-related consequences for victims of harassment. In order for behavior to be considered sexual harassment, it must contain three elements. It is of a sexual nature. It
When it comes to bullying boys and girls can bully using the same actions but we do see a difference when we look at it as a whole. Boys do what we call direct bullying, this is punching, kicking, shoving, knocking books out of people’s hands, throwing things at another person.
I’m here in the eastern part of Toronto where I’ll be speaking to 4 middle schools and 2 high schools about how to become proactive in reducing bullying. What I like the most is how excited they are to implement our anti-bullying program. It is critical to have a follow-up after an assembly to keep
If you decide to drive down to Ohio, what would you do? Will you just get up one fine morning, sit in the car and start driving? Or would you put thought into planning the trip? I think most of us when posed with this question will tend to pick up the second option.
Please read the following from the Ottawa Citizen… After reading please read my comments at the end. OTTAWA — On Monday, more than a year and a half after the suicide of 15-year-old Jamie Hubley, bullying was once again the topic at the late teen’s high school — but this time, the focus was hope.