Bullying

Anti-bullying videos & DVDs for students and administrators.

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Bullies
SKU: 29938
In the U.S., an estimated 1.6 million students in grades six through ten are bullied one or more times per week-and as many as 150,000 victims cut classes each day just to avoid it. In this program, Dr. James Shaw, author of Jack and Jill: Why They Kill, explains how to confront and counter bullying in the nation's schools. Candid interviews with bullied students including Evan Ramsey, convicted of killing his school's principal and a classmate, as well as with two reformed bullies-one male, one female-provide a wide-ranging peer perspective on school violence. Students also share their successes as part of anti-bullying and peer mediation programs in their schools. A viewable/printable instructor's guide is available online. Correlates to all applicable state and national standards. A Meridian Production. (18 minutes)

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Bully Breath...How to Tame a Troublemaker
SKU: 11108
This video entertains and advises viewers about handling the bullies on their block. Real-life situations, dramatizations, and discussions help viewers understand the reasoning behind a bully's behavior, specific steps to neutralize his or her power, and how to avoid becoming a victim. Practical guidelines are given for managing conflict and creating win-win results for bullies and their victims in the classroom, on the playground, and at home. A Meridian Production. One 18-minute video.

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Bully Girls
SKU: 35000
Traditionally, bullying has meant physical intimidation and violence-and in the past was considered a problem only among boys. But experts are finding that girls can perpetuate bullying as well, although it often takes place on more subtle or secretive levels. This program focuses on increasing awareness of bullying among girls and educating viewers about how, when, and why it occurs. Understanding the difference between teasing and bullying, identifying specific female bullying techniques and tactics, recognizing warning signals that help is needed, knowing the best ways to report incidents, and getting school officials involved to combat the problem are all subjects thoroughly explored in the video. A viewable/printable instructor's guide is available online. Correlates to all applicable state and national standards. A Meridian Production. (20 minutes)

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Bullying and Teens: Take a Stand
SKU: 1003988
Bullies can use physical intimidation, emotional blackmail or the anonymity of the Internet to humiliate their targets. This program takes place in an urban school where bullying results in suspensions, lost friendships, despair, and isolation.

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Bullying, The Internet and You
SKU: 1003843
With the remarkable speed of the Internet at their disposal, kids are spreading rumors and gossip, embarrassing and tormenting their peers with a newfound anonymity that emboldens them. This program takes a look at bullying and harassment as it manifests itself on the Internet. Students who have suffered at the hands of Internet bullies speak openly about their uniformly painful experiences. Experts on Internet safety offer practical advice to help teens protect themselves and limit the opportunities others have for bullying or harassing them online.

Awards
Finalist, AEP Distinguished Achievement Award

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Bullying: There's Always a Way Out
SKU: GH4364
Bullying has moved past face-to-face interaction. Junior High and High School students present real-life scenarios of bullying, including bullying through the internet, texts and video. Difficult and distressing situations in a variety of settings are addressed, followed by both unproductive actions and resolutions that work. This program covers bullying from its painful beginning to its peaceful end.

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Cyberbullies
SKU: 34758
Chat rooms, blogs, and instant messaging have become standard forms of communication for many young people. Unfortunately, they have also become popular ways to bully and harass others. This program is designed to prevent children and teenagers from falling victim to cyberbullying, using dramatizations and Q & A discussions to expand awareness of the issue. The video discusses cyberbullying warning signs, common patterns of abuse, and questionable online activities and destinations to stay away from. It also presents strategies for responding when cyberbullying occurs, and outlines legal problems involving privacy and libel that young Internet users should be aware of. A viewable/printable instructor's guide is available online. Correlates to all applicable state and national standards. A Meridian Production. (19 minutes)

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Cyberbullying: Cruel Intentions
SKU: 36546
The teenage years have always been tough-but digital technology has raised the dangers of the social battlefield to a whole new level. This ABC News program reports on how cell phones, digital cameras, and personal websites encourage and amplify the frequent cruelty of teen behavior. With the help of an experiment conducted by Brigham Young University child development researchers, the program analyzes the behavior of a group of teenage girls as they use online verbal innuendos and emotional attacks to vie for attention and create a social hierarchy. The program also looks at the difficulties parents face in monitoring what kids do on the Internet. (40 minutes)

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Don't Call Me Names
SKU: 1003998
Grade Level: K-2

This program highlights the reasons behind name-calling, the effect it has, and shows kids how to be assertive so they can stop others from calling them names. Strategies include: tell them how you feel, ask them to stop, ignore them or ask an adult for help.

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End the Silence: Stop the Bullying
SKU: 1003812
Grade Level: 6+ It happens every day in our schools: one teen deliberately excludes another, a teen humiliates a classmate for fun, or a more powerful student physically intimidates or hurts another. This program shows teens that they are not powerless in the face of bullying when they decide to join together and end the silence. Tony is jealous of James’s growing friendship with Mia. He bullies James. Sam is afraid that if he speaks up, Tony will turn on him, so he says nothing. Kara and Alyssa torment Jayna about her appearance while other kids look on, laughing. Jessie senses how mean-spirited Kara can be so she avoids standing up to her. Jayna stops coming to school. Jessie and Sam visit the school counselor who helps them see that standing together as a group can stop a bully. Kareem, the student body president, organizes a “Stop Bullying Day” and establishes an anonymous reporting system for students.

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Getting the Story on Social Skills
SKU: 11267
Mike talks with his mouth full, Emma makes weird noises, and Gwen dresses most peculiarly. Even worse, Greg will not share, Barry never smiles, and Chase acts like a bully. In an effort to help these socially challenged students learn to get along with their classmates at Fairfield Junior High, the staff of the school newspaper decides to do a story on social skills. This dramatization uses imaginative interviews and activities to inform viewers on how to improve their manners, grooming, and nonverbal communication while increasing their respect for others. A Meridian Production. (20 minutes)

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Girls: Entering the Teen Years
SKU: 39168
Everything is wrong," complains Claudia-who, until her changing body lost its sense of balance, envisioned no obstacles to becoming a professional dancer. Identical twins Jessica and Rebecca prepare for high school and the social stress it will bring, with bra shopping at the top of their worry list. And Alex, now 13, sheds light on the trauma of starting puberty at age seven. Incorporating eye-catching animation, frank video diary entries, and unflinching cinematography, this program guides viewers through the inner and outer lives of girls as they begin the transition to adulthood. Diet, hormones, peer pressure, bullying, and many other factors are closely studied. Contains explicit images and material. Original BBCW broadcast title: Girls. (51 minutes)"

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Guess What I Just Heard
SKU: 1003820
Grade Level: 6+ Addresses the problem of rumors and gossip and the speed with which they circulate through an entire school, often becoming exaggerated along the way. Using realistic scenarios, this program details the heartache, and frustration rumors can cause, then follows up each scenario with thought-provoking questions to give viewers opportunities to talk about a problem so painful to and prevalent among middle school and high school students.

Angry at Dave for teasing him, Phil tell Latasha that Dave cheated on a test, gossip that spreads quickly throughout the school. When Gabby fails to make the soccer team but Sara does, she puts out word that Sara got picked only because her father contributed money to the team. These and other vignettes help students understand the impact of rumors and gossip.

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Harassment Hurts: Gossiping, Taunting,and Bullying
SKU: 1003872
This program gives youngsters the opportunity to consider and discuss strategies for coping with the effects of gossiping, taunting and bullying. What constitutes harassment? How does it make kids feel? What can they do to handle it? What should they do if they witness it? These are the questions that will be answered in this honest and highly effective program. With the encouragement of a school counselor, young teens share their own experiences coping with bullying, taunting and teasing. They view and react to dramatic vignettes that show realistic situations of harassment. Dr. Michael Furlong, professor at UC Santa Barbara, lends expert advice to students about what they can do to handle these difficult situations.

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How I Learned Not To Be Bullied
SKU: 1004008
Grade Level: 3-5
Presenting two children’s first-person accounts of their success in learning how to deal with a bully, this program helps students understand how their behavior and attitudes affect how others treat them. Explains why bullies act the way they do and provides strategies for dealing with a bully.

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