Week 1: Coping with Bullying (teens) Module
Week 2: Coping with Bullying (teens) Module
Learn about Depression
Week 3: Signs of bullying and how to respond
Ways to stay calm and manage stress
Week 4: Coping with Bullying (teens)
Action Plan Review
Week 4 Outline
Bullying and the law
How to notify your school of bullying
How your school can help
Suspend students who hurt other students
Suspend any student who hurts staff
Create different learning environments for aggressive students
Clear plan for teachers
Provide required training for teachers
Good standing requirements from students
A parenting program for parents
Reviews of incidents
Begin community conversations about bullying
How some schools target bullying
What is a school’s duty of care?
Prevention at school
What activities can schools engage students in?
Does your school have a mission statement?
Bullying prevention in sports and other extracurricular activities
Address bullying behaviour
Developing the confidence to stand up to bullying
Why do we lack confidence?
Confident thoughts and actions
Week 4 Action Plan
Week 5: Family Support and Assertiveness Skills
Family Support and Assertiveness Skills
How your parents can help
How the rest of the family can help
Knowing your values (and how it helps)
Week 6: Cyberbullying and Recovery Pathways
Cyberbullying and Recovery Pathways
Social Media and Bullying
Types of cyberbullying
What can you do about cyberbullying?
Recovering from bullying
Sources of support
Why do an emergency action plan
How to create your own action plan
How to practice self-compassion
Actions are simply the way we behave or the things we do. As mentioned above, our feelings and thoughts have a major impact on our actions. For example, if we feel really happy we might do something nice and if we feel angry we are likely to behave badly. That is to say, our actions aren’t always good or right. It can be right or wrong, good or bad, healthy or unhealthy. It always depends on our feelings and thoughts.