Bullying Prevention innovations

Education programs training students to address bullying while encouraging bullying prevention efforts over time.
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Roots of Empathy
Roots of Empathy is an evidence-based classroom program for primary school children that decreases aggression, including bullying, and increases prosocial behaviours such as caring, sharing and inclus
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Global Minds Initiative
In schools across the United States and Canada, students from over 50 countries meet after school to combat intolerance and foster intercultural friendships. Designed, led, and run entirely by youth,
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Inside Out - We All Belong
Inside Out - We All Belong is a set of freely available video-based teaching resources which aim to decrease homo-, bi-, and trans-phobic bullying by using a norm-challenging pedagogical approach to c
Rainbow of Education
Our Rainbow of Education seeks to empower displaced and disenfranchised youth through psychosocial support and social emotional learning. In addition to basic reading and writing, we use kids yoga, mi
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The Child-Oriented Model for Wellbeing
The child-oriented model for wellbeing improves students’ behavior and communication education with support in three stages. Students are given support that focuses on wellbeing and finding joy in lea
Empathy starter
3 unique aspects of the project. 1) A bystander perspective is emphasized; we believe the more empathy is evoked the more likely you take action to help others when seeing someone being bullied. 2) VR
PeerLearning.net
Teachers design their lesson by selecting from a set of templates which they customize and infuse with their own learning materials. During lesson delivery, the app manages membership in learning grou
Bullying and online behaviour changes through serious games
The project partners, coordinated by ITCL Institute of Technology (Spain), found proof that the use of serious games in education can be beneficial in supporting behavioural changes in young people. A