A gift to administrators, counselors & educators, this free Be Strong resource was developed and written by veteran school psychologist Israel “Izzy” Kalman and presented by his trainee, accomplished youth motivational speaker Brooks Gibbs. This program stands out from typical bullying prevention programs by treating schools as educational institutions whose responsibility it is to equip students to handle the social challenges of life on their own, rather than law enforcement facilities that need to protect children from each other and conduct investigations and trials whenever children complain of being treated badly by others. Thus, children’s resilience, independence and emotional maturity are enhanced, while freeing school personnel to devote their time to teaching academics rather than managing hostilities.

Introduction to Bullying Prevention for Educators
“Helping Victims”
“Legal Problems”
“Bullying Defined”
“Helping Targets”
“Magic Response for Verbal Insults”
“Magic Response for Physical Aggression”
“Magic Response Recap”
“Golden Rule”
“Mistake #1: Getting Angry”
“Mistake #2: Defending Ourselves”
“Mistake #3: Being Afraid”
“Mistake #4: Reciprocity (Retaliation)”
“Mistake #5: Pain to Anger”
“Mistake #6: Informing Authorities”
“Mistake #7: Being a Sore Loser”


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