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Call Number: Lending Services DVD 2016, also available as streaming video
Publication Date: 2010
Using video clips, exercises, quizzes and interviews with experts this program explains how to observe, understand and intervene with aggression in young children. The streaming video is available in 2 parts.
Hosted by Bill Kurtis, this program examines the "national epidemic" of bullying, and how it plays a role in school violence, such as the Columbine shooting. Interviews both victims and their tormentors, and discusses strategies to prevent bullying. (50 min.) (Grades 6-12)
Cyber bullying is an increasing problem that results in many of its victims committing suicide or violent crimes. Jacob Zellman tells his story of being cyber bullied, and what prevented him from taking his own life. This video includes information from many experts, and includes a segment about the New Jersey anti-bullying law.
(28 min.) (Grades 6-12)
Looking at the causes of bullying, this video examines the verbal, emotional, and social aspects of bullying and cyberbullying, as well as physical harassment and attacks. It distinguishes between typical male and female bullying, and reviews the range of reactions to bullying. Dramatizations and expert commentary highlight strategies to combat this disturbing challenge to education and our young people. (32 min.) (Grades 6-12)
Why do students bully? This video explores reasons for bulying. Using interviews with middle school students, this video explores reasons for bullying, and how it feels to be the bully, the bullied, and the one who stands up to bullies. (72 minutes) (Grades 5-9)