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Bullying - Stand-Alone Instructional Resource


Bullying - Stand-Alone Instructional Resource

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This StAIR (Stand-Alone Instructional Resource) project seeks to bring awareness to the issue of bullying. It defines and gives examples of bullying behavior and is supplemented with video clips. There is a quiz built in to check for comprehension and it includes more resources at the end as well. It is a mov file that is meant to be played in Quicktime.
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Material Type: Presentation
Technical Format: Quicktime
Date Added to MERLOT: December 10, 2012
Date Modified in MERLOT: December 14, 2012
Keywords: bully, bullying, StAIR, respect, character


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Primary Audience: Middle School, High School
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: This is a .mov filetype which is best played in Quicktime. It has buttons built-in with which to navigate the presentation. You should download it and then play it because the file size is 11 MB.
Language: English
Cost Involved: no
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Avatar for Kim Monts
4 years ago

Kim Monts (Teacher (K-12))

Excellent presentation.  The video in the beginning really makes you feel what it feels like to be bullied - as if you were actually in that situation.  The statistics also gives a real sense of the seriousness of the matter.  It's presented in a manner that would attract and hold the attention of those in that age bracket.

Avatar for Emily Mullins
4 years ago

Emily Mullins (Staff)

I thought the idea is excellent. We just began an Upstander program at our school to get kids to stop being bystanders when it comes to social awareness, responsibility and then bullying. The video itself brings awareness to the issue, but unfortunately, the power is somewhat lost with the overly-text filled slides and quiz. If there were less text and maybe no quiz, and instead a call to action or larger take away may have been more powerful.

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No technological issues.

Time spent reviewing site: 5-10 minutes

Avatar for S P
4 years ago

S P (Librarian)

This resource is designed to raise awareness about bullying and to give the audience a deeper understanding of the related social dynamics.  The video format is compelling and will engage a wide variety of learners.  Follow the technical requirements suggestion to download and play the media from your computer instead of over an internet connection for the best experience.  

Avatar for nichole plank
4 years ago

nichole plank (Teacher (K-12))

This is a great STAIR project for a very relevant topic.  I would definitely share this resource with colleauges.  

Time spent reviewing site: 10 minutes