The month of October is Bullying Prevention Month. As teachers we all have an awesome responsibility to keep our children safe and that’s a very difficult job in this day and age when bullying takes many different forms. I find one of the best ways to reach my kids about this subject is to tell them about my personal experiences growing up. Do you have any tips for all of us that help you address this topic in your classroom? We would love to share your thoughts with our educator community in our efforts to combat bullying.
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