Bullying

Students must feel safe to learn. It takes a commitment from all school community members –– from administrators to teachers to cafeteria workers to families –– to create welcoming and safe schools for all children. Welcoming Schools resources proactively address the biased behavior that can lead to bullying.

Welcoming Schools offers recommended booklists, lesson plans and additional resources to proactively address bullying behavior and foster allyship. With Welcoming Schools professional development, educators can gain the knowledge and skills to intervene in and to prevent bullying behavior.

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Lesson Plans to Prevent Bias-Based Bullying

Welcoming Schools teacher-friendly lesson plans are designed to help educators create inclusive classrooms and schools using an anti-racist, intersectional lens. Most bullying is based on biases, stereotypes and prejudice. These…

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Gender, Responding to Questions, Bullying

Be Prepared for Questions and Put-Downs about Gender

It is important to practice how to respond to questions related to gender and how to interrupt gender based teasing and bullying. Being prepared will help you embrace teachable moments…

Gender, Parents/Caregivers, Bullying

Gender and Children: A Place to Begin

Creating schools that nurture academic achievement, provide physical and emotional safety and welcome all students are common goals for all educators. In order for students to feel supported and empowered…

Bullying

Lesson Plans to Prevent Bias-Based Bullying

Welcoming Schools teacher-friendly lesson plans are designed to help educators create inclusive classrooms and schools using an anti-racist, intersectional lens. Most bullying is based on biases, stereotypes and prejudice. These…