Here’s a novel idea – ask kids who have experienced bullying what strategies they have found useful in addressing the problem - and what doesn’t work.
The Youth Voice Project is a research study conducted with over 13,000 students in 31 school districts around the U.S. during 2009 and 2010. The results of the study are being published this month and here are some of the highlights.
Most effective strategies for youth who have been mistreated:
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In the area of disabilities, we have long worked to make sure that people are not labeled by their conditions or diagnoses and are acknowledged as the complex people that they are – abilities, disabilities, talents, interests – the whole package.
We still often hear children labeled as “bullies” or “victims” and perhaps it’s time to think about moving beyond those labels as well. Some children are bullied. Some children bully others. Sometimes the same child experiences both…Continue
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All students deserve to be safe and free from harassment at school, but research shows that children with disabilities are often more likely to be bullied than many of their peers. It is important for parents to be aware that school districts have specific responsibilities under the IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) when it comes to bullying that involves IDEA-eligible students. This is just one more tool that can be useful in protecting students from bullying…Continue
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TV and movie violence. Outrageously bad celebrity behavior as entertainment. Political campaign ads. Road rage. It seems that unkind, hostile, and aggressive behavior is becoming not just more acceptable, but popular. Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t think so. We talk – and blog and text and tweet – about a lack of civility in politics and public discourse. The TV and movie comedies we watch at are often base on insult humor – on putting down someone for a laugh. As a society we seem…Continue
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Live chats are a great way to meet and interact in real time with others on the network. This tutorial will describe how you can the live chat, and how to use the chat feature.
When the chat is enabled, you will see the "Chat" button in the navigation bar. Click on the "Chat" button.…Continue
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FIND Photo Contest Rules
FIND Photo Contest Rules
These rules apply to all FIND-sponsored Photo Contests
Note: All FIND contests are organized…Continue
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How to Create a Blog with Pictures
Blogs are a great tools people all over the Internet use to communicate with each other.
What is a blog? It functions somewhat like a public journal. You can blog about virtually anything. Here are just a few examples:
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The Iowa Department of Education & ASK Resource Center are partnering to bring FREE Dispute Resolution Training (R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Training) to 4 locations across the state! …Continue
As a research-minded person, I am on the computer for several hours a day several days a week. In my recent efforts to locate information about websites that are dangerous for adolescents and teenagers, I found a few that parents must be aware of in order to monitor the activity of their child(ren) on-line. These websites promote behavior that is not healthy for adults, let alone children, and promote unhealthy life habits.Continue
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This site has been designed to give families of children and youth with disabilities a new way to make important connections – anytime, anywhere. The FIND team hopes you will use this virtual social gathering place to:
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