Globe and Mail article on bullying

September 16, 2016 at 3:00 pm 2 comments

Today’s globe and Mail includes an article – more for parents than teachers – but very relevant  for educators, titled What to do if your child is being bullied at school, and written by Adriana Barton. And of course an important piece of advice is to communicate your bullying concerns with the child’s school – “Since bullying tends to escalate away from adult eyes, it may help to ask teachers and schoolyard monitors to keep an eye out for your child during lunch hour and recess. “It’s just really important to have a lot of supervision, period,” Swearer said.”

The Professional Library has tons of resources on bullying, including:

A couple of great websites include Prevnet and the Canadian Safe School Network.

TDSB teachers may reserve the books in the catalgoue and we’ll send them out to you. Here is the link to the catalogue – remember to login before you try to reserve anything.

Check ’em out! Rowan

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EduGains new doc: Student Achievement Literacy Planning Resource LDAO site has great resources for all teachers: Transitions, GAFE, Reading

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