Act Against Bullying And Cyberbullying Now

STOMP Out Bullying TM

The "Limited Edition" Blue ShirtTM from STOMP Out BullyingTM has sold out, but you can wear your own blue shirt on Monday, October 3rd to send a message to everyone to end bullying and cyberbullying.

PARTICIPATE

Show Your Support— Participate And Act Against Bullying And Cyberbullying!

It’s time to make a difference and you can – NO MATTER!TM

• Encourage your school to participate
• Raise awareness of bullying and cyberbullying prevention in your community
• Raise awareness of tolerance and acceptance
• Make the first Monday of every October the day that bullying prevention is heard around the world by participating in Blue Shirt DayTM – World Day of Bullying Prevention

EDUCATE

Educate Students About The Issue

Raise awareness and increase understanding and create safe plans of how to respond to bullying and cyberbullying.

• Raise Awareness. Start a dialogue with students about their role in addressing bullying and cyberbullying
• Discuss the various forms of bullying, why students bully and have students interact in the conversation
• Discuss ways students can be proactive in stopping bullying and cyberbullying
• Discuss the meaning of morals, ethics, and responsibility
• Discuss differences: cultures, weight, sexual preferences, different ways kids and teens act and dress, disabilities and other differences. Talk about the fact that it's okay to be different and it's not okay to make fun of or harass someone if they are different -- NO MATTER!TM!
• Talk about how you can prevent bullying and cyberbullying in your school
• Teach tolerance, kindness and acceptance
• Stop the drama from both the victim and the bully
• Educate students about being upstanders and helping others
• By role playing real life situations with your students you can create a real-life lesson that students can use when situations arise.

Roleplay bullying situations portraying how the victim feels and how the bully acts. Discuss in class.

In computer classes and labs make mock facebook pages with the supervision of a teacher and rolepost (roleplay) hurtful situations and discuss in class

ADVOCATE

Spread the word!

It’s easy to advocate. Spread the word by:

• Sending out important messages and talking points about the issue and events.
• Stress the importance of National Bullying Prevention Month in October and the significance of Blue Shirt DayTM - World Day of Bullying Prevention on the first Monday of every October
• Share information through your various social media channels
• Visit the STOMP Out Bullying websiteTM and tell why you want to STOMP Out BullyingTM
• Sign the STOMP OUT BULLYINGTM online petition

INSPIRE

Inspire others!

• Encourage your school to participate in Bullying and Cyberbullying
• Start a peer mentoring group at school
• Raise awareness of bullying and cyberbullying prevention in your community
• Teach friends about being tolerant
• Create events in your school and community
• Create bullying and cyberbullyng prevention posters
• Create bullying and cyberbullyng prevention videos and upload on the STOMP OUT BULLYINGTM "Share Your Video and Story Page"
• Submit stories to the STOMP OUT BULLYINGTM "Share Your Video and Story Page"
Be an Upstander ...stand up for victims or those who may not be able to stand up for themselves

STOMP Out BullyingTM is a national anti-bullying and cyberbullying program for kids and teens and is a signature program of Love Our Children USATM who since 1999, has been the national nonprofit leader and ‘Go-To’ prevention organization fighting all forms of violence and neglect against children in the U.S.



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