UK Guide for Anti-Bullying Websites

This guide lists the anti-bullying websites for those living in the UK. It is helpful for people living in England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, and Northern Ireland to find anti-bullying resources and the support they need.   Anti-Bullying Website Rating Method The features of each anti-bullying website are summarized to make it easier to navigate the anti-bullying resources on the Internet, which are of […]

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Controlling School Violence

Violence is defined as any act or behavior that involves physical force with the intention of hurting or killing someone. It also pertains to the willful destruction or damaging of property. It can also denote the strength and intensity of emotions or a natural force with the power to destroy property or cause death. Learn more on School Violence Now! School […]

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The Feelings of Depression

So, what are Feelings of Depression? Depression falls like a thick blanket working to blacken the world around you and muffle the sounds outside. Almost everyone experiences periods of depression at some point in life. Normally these periods, called the blues, do not last long. Sadness and listlessness comes during the brief depressions and often you cannot pinpoint why you feel […]

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Claudette Colvin: An American Pioneer

You may have never heard of Claudette Colvin because she was just a teenager when she took a stand against Jim Crow laws. The young activist was one of the pioneers who refused to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus, which led to her arrest and booking. About Claudette Claudette Colvin was born on September 5, 1939, to […]

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Activities for Character Education and Teachers

If you’re a teacher battling bullying in your classroom; then one of the best accredited techniques to doing so is using character building. Discover our tips on character education and teachers. What character building basically does is instilling a sense of ethics and integrity within students; hence introducing the bully to the moral consequences of his actions, and inducing bystanders to […]

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