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STUDENTS + PARENTS + COMMUNITY
TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

WELCOME TO THE SCHOOL COUNSELOR'S CORNER
Where every child is welcomed!
 
Mr. David Drinnan
School Counselor
david.drinnan
@eastorange.k12.nj.us 
(973) 266-5895 (ext. 2 or 3)

“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart” 
― Helen Keller
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RESOURCES
  1. Information to address special needs students, videos on warning signs for bullying, and information on bystanders. http://www.stopbullying.gov
  2. This site is for grades kindergarten – 3rd grade.  It has a video that explains what bullying is and discusses what students can do if they feel as they are being bullied. http://www.brainpopjr.com
  3. Information for grades 4th - 5th students with a variety of activities.  When you access this site the bullying information is under the “causes” option and you will be able to select bullying and violence and cyber bullying. http://www.dosomething.org
  4. Elementary site with games, puzzles, videos, coloring pages and activities. 
http://pacerkidsagainstbullying.org
  1. Activities that can be adapted for all age groups.  You can have class conversations about bullying, writing assignments based on topics, and this site also addresses what the bystanders/witnesses roles can be. 
http://www.eyesonbullying.org/activities.html
  1. This web site contains many different videos about bullying.
http://www.pacer.org/bullying/video/downloads
  1. Stop Bullying Now website which has web episodes for elementary students with games, discussion questions and quizzes for the students.
http://takeastand.stopbullying.gov/kids/webisodes/default.aspx 
  1. This is a web site for teachers.  It contains searchable listings with grade levels listed to inform you of what grades that activity is appropriate for.
http://www.teachersfirst.com
  1. This is related to girl issues, however you may be able to incorporate this into your classroom.
http://girlshealth.gov
  1. Read a book to your students about bullying, respect, kindness, or teamwork.  Have the class draw a picture of kind acts or teamwork or write about a time when they worked together with a group.
  2. http://www.teachertube.org search under bullying or the type of bullying you are looking to discuss and it may have a video you can show to the class to begin the discussion on bullying

 


RESOURCES

PBS Author's Games:

Bullying Resources