" Understanding the Difference between Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity/Expression Glossary of LGBTQI Terms Issues Facing LGBTQI Youth Rights of LGBTQI Students: ABR, LAD, & Policies ABR Reporting Requirements Have Potential to Endanger LGBT Students Guidance: Protecting Youth During Anti-LGBT Bullying ABR Compliance Procedures OVERVIEW: STUDENT ASSEMBLIES Grades K-12 Student assemblies are designed to fit individual school or district needs.Assemblies can provide a broad message of respect for all types of diversity, they can focus on specific types of diversity, or they can focus on specific kinds of bullying such as cyberbullying or relational bullying.If a teacher asks for “a strong boy” to help to lift a box, the teacher just told the class that only boys can be strong.
Click here for more information about elementary school student assemblies.
Cyberbullying: Thk B4UTxt Cyberbullying is a growing problem for schools nationally.
Another problem facing schools is the fact that many students know far more about electronic communications technology than their parents, and even their teachers, know.
Preventing cyberbullying requires active education for students about netiquette, the very real consequences of cyberbullying, personal responsibility, and other aspects of internet safety, as well as education for their parents and teachers about the complexities of teens' online lives.
Overview of PD Workshops Bullying Prevention for School Administrators Bullying Prevention & Response for Faculty Diversity Awareness Cyber Bullying Relational Bullying Bias-Based Bullying Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity CE/PD for Medical and Social Service Providers Overview of Student Assembly Programs "Aim Higher" Diversity Assemblies, Grades 6-12 Bullying Prevention Assemblies, Grades Pre K-8 Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity, Age-Related Issues Evening Parent Workshops Think B4UTxt: Cyber Bullying Overview: ABR Facts and Issues What is Bullying? "Bullying" Does "Power Imbalance" Have Anything to Do with Bullying? The Role of the "Distinguishing Characteristic" The Overuse of Discipline: "Tough on Bullying" Misunderstood Conflict vs.
Bullying: If It's Conflict Can It Also Be Bullying?
Why not allow all students to pick the color they want?
Educators need the opportunity to develop the consciousness to end gender stereotyping at school..
We recommend that you read her full text to learn more about the issues and ideas listed below in this broad overview.