Autism Ontario’s educational toolkits for educators from primary through to post-secondary school
Autisme Ontario : trousses d’outils pédagogiques à la disposition des enseignants et enseignantes, des écoles élémentaires aux établissements d’enseignement postsecondaires
OTF and le Centre ontarien de prévention des agressions (COPA) have built a multi-faceted bullying prevention program to benefit teachers, other school staff members, parents, school communities, and students. This site offers useful training components designed to assist teachers in addressing bullying as well as promoting equity and inclusive education. All components of the Safe@School project are also available in French.
Barbara Coloroso offers practical and compassionate solutions for this troubling problem with her latest book, The Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander: From Preschool to High School – How Parents and Teachers Can Help Break the Cycle of Violence. Kidsareworthit! contains bullying handouts and other resources by Barbara Coloroso.
PREVNet is a national network of Canadian researchers, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and governments committed to stop bullying. There are resources for: educators and other adults who work with children, kids, teens and parents. A section on “Bullying Facts” is also included.
Operation Respect provides resources for grades 2-5, 6-8, and for summer camps and after-school programs to aid educators in establishing a climate that reduces the emotional and physical cruelty some children inflict upon each other by behaviours such as ridicule, bullying and-in extreme cases-violence.
The Ministry of Education – Registry of Resources for Safe and Inclusive Schools provides information about resources to help prevent bullying and promote safe and inclusive schools. The resources may be suitable for purchase and use in elementary and secondary schools.
This site is specifically dedicated to the issue of cyberbullying.
COPA’s bullying prevention program focuses on strategies designed to break the cycle of violence by sensitizing community members to the issue of bullying, and generating new perspectives, new skills and new strategies. It is officially endorsed by the Ontario Ministry of Education.
The Canadian Safe School Network offers a number of programs and resources to help reduce youth violence in schools and communities including brochures, interactive CD-ROM’s, workshops and assembly programs.