Interrupting Bullying & Harassment – Teacher Leadership
Chapter 3 of the IDRA EAC-South Interrupting Bullying & Harassment in Schools Online Technical Assistance Package
This chapter provides classroom-level strategies and an educator checklist.
Classroom-Level Strategies: Interrupting Bullying & Harassment in Schools – Toolkit
Although bullying behaviors can occur in many different contexts, classroom teachers must be equipped with the knowledge and skills to address these behaviors in a classroom setting. Classroom-level strategies refer to routines, approaches and preventative actions that are designed to build a positive classroom climate and strengthen the structures that effectively address harm when it occurs.
Interrupting Bullying & Harassment in Schools Educator Checklist
This list outlines seven areas of focus for developing your own set of actions, determining your assets and challenges, and examining resources for creating a truly safe and friendly classroom and school where all students want to learn and succeed.
School Climate Affects LGBTQ Student Well-being
See highlights from the 2017 National School Climate Survey by GLSEN, a presentation by Side by Side (2019), and a report by The Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law (2019).
Bullying and Teasing in Elementary School
If left unchecked or unaddressed, bullying and teasing during childhood may develop into dysfunctional behaviors that are detrimental to society and to the person. Bullying and teasing are harmful to the classroom environment by hindering the delivery of instruction and the social development of students.