Educator Resources


Prairie Public Bullying Resources

Prairie Public’s Bullying Resources page provides LINKS to resources from PBS and other public media outlets.

Operation Respect

Operation Respect

“Don’t Laugh at Me” (DLAM) uses music, video, and classroom activities to address ridicule, disrespect, ostracism and bullying. Order complementary curriculum for grades 2-5, 6-8 and for summer camps and after-school programs from the Operation Respect website.

Bully Project

The BULLY Project

The BULLY Project is the social action campaign inspired by the award-winning film BULLY. Find out more about the documentary BULLY and resources designed for kids, parents, educators, and communities to combat bullying. Educator’s DVD and Toolkit are available for a small fee.

Teaching Tolerance

Teaching Tolerance

Teaching Tolerance is dedicated to reducing prejudice and improving intergroup relations in our nation’s schools. Find information about Mix It Up at Lunch Day, download the There Are No Bullies magazine issue, and access professional development resources, and classroom toolkits.

Cyberbullying Research

Cyberbullying Research Center

The Cyberbullying Research Center website serves as a clearinghouse of information concerning the ways adolescents use and misuse technology. It is intended to be a resource for parents, educators, law enforcement officers, counselors, and others who work with youth.

Stomp Out Bullying

STOMP Out Bullying

STOMP Out Bullying™ focuses on reducing and preventing bullying, cyberbullying, sexting and deterring violence in schools. It includes tips for students, parents, and educators as well as a Help Chat Line for kids. They also sponsor the BLUE SHIRT DAY™ of bullying prevention.



The Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) provides lesson plans on bullying, bias, and diversity; “Changing the Game,” a sports project for Athletic Coaches; and professional development resources for learning how to create safe, supportive spaces for LGBT students.


Think B4 You Speak

GLSEN, together with The Ad Council, has created the first national multimedia public service advertising campaign designed to address the use of homophobic slurs and remarks such as “that’s so gay.” A free Educator’s Guide is included as part of the campaign.


Pacer’s National Bullying Prevention Center

Pacer’s National Bullying Prevention Center offers information and facts, educator resources, examples of students and schools taking actions and making a difference, and activities for National Bully Awareness Month. They also sponsor separate sites designed specifically for kids and teens.

NetSmartz Workshop

NetSmartz Workshop

NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational program that provides resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline.  The program includes videos, games, activity cards, and presentations and is designed for children ages 5-17, parents, educators, and law enforcement.

Mean Stinks

Mean Stinks

This campaign is designed specifically to support girls by giving them the tools to create a drama free school year. It includes tips and tools, challenges, inspirational messages, and the ability to share experiences and advice for ending girl-to-girl bullying and, instead, to Gang Up for Good.

Creative Counselor

The Creative Counselor

Hosted by a National Board Certified elementary school counselor, this blog contains activities on a wide range of topics, including bullying, conflict resolution, and anger management. Find a nice selection of recently developed activities as well as new takes on some traditional ones.

Safe to Talk

Safe to Talk

This non-profit organization is committed to reducing and eliminating bullying and other school violence by giving students a Tip Line and the confidence needed to safely and anonymously report dangerous behaviors. Also included are resources for administrators, parents, and students.

STOP Cyberbullying

Stop Cyberbullying

Stop Cyberbullying provides a basic overview of what cyberbullying is, how it works, why it happens, how to prevent it, how to take action, and the role or viewpoint of law enforcement regarding flaming, cyberbullying, cyber-harassment, and cyberstalking.


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