Change Attitudes Toward Bullying: Be An Ally

All Grades / All Subjects / Bullying
Lesson Objective
Affect student beliefs by encouraging students to be allies
Length
17 min
Questions to Consider
Why is it important to distinguish between bullies, bystanders and allies?
What elements of the student-led workshop play an integral part in changing the school culture?
How does mediation seek to change student attitudes?

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  • Be An Ally Program Outline

    Be An Ally Program Outline

  • Be An Ally Workshop Intro

    Be An Ally Workshop Intro

  • Workshop - Facebook Skit Lesson

    Workshop Facebook Skit

  • Workshop - Facebook Skit Questions

    Questions for use in the Workshop - Facebook Skit

  • Workshop - Library Skit 2

    Workshop - Library Skit 2

  • Be An Ally Bracelets

    Be An Ally Bracelets sample photo

  • Be An Ally Shirt

    Photo of Be An Ally Shirt

  • Be An Ally Pledge

    Photo of the Be An Ally Pledge

  • Be An Ally Mediation Form

    Photo of Be An Ally Mediation Form

  • Be An Ally Poster

    Be An Ally poster photo

  • Bullying - Be An Ally Transcript

    Program transcript for Bullying - Be An Ally

  • Lonogfellow Counesling Brochure

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