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When You See Bullying Happen: What A Bystander Can Do

17 minutes 33 seconds

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Shows elementary students how to take an active role in stopping a bully. Notes that a bystander who does nothing helps the bully, not the victim. Reminds students they can tell the bully how they feel, stand up together as a group, be an ally to the victim, or tell an adult. Encourages them to be part of the solution, not a passive part of the problem.

Media Details

Runtime: 17 minutes 33 seconds

Still image from: Against Bullying Series #1: Understanding Bullying
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    Melissa A. (Hamilton, MA)
    November 24th, 2021 at 05:35 AM

    I like this video as children are the actors--they are very relatable for my students. The video is thoughtful and highlights some great ways to deal with bullying.

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    MARSHA H. (FREMONT, CA)
    March 14th, 2018 at 11:42 AM

    Perfectly integrated to my bullying unit.

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    MARSHA H. (FREMONT, CA)
    March 23rd, 2016 at 12:02 PM

    Like this because there is question after every situation for the group discussion