School Cellphone Use Contracts Can Reduce Bullying

  By Franklin P. Schargel The beginning of the school year brings lots of new things – new clothes, new friends, new schools to attend […]

Simple Ways to Deal with 9 Common Work Problems

Today’s organizations are faced with various types of problems regarding their employees. Among these problems, managers are mostly challenged by threats to their workers’ physical […]

Reality TV shows: a bit of fun or thriving on a culture of bullying?

It always strikes me as odd, and I guess somewhat disturbing and hypocritical, when I see our morning shows spruiking the “no bullying’ message. They […]

Book review: Egghead

Egghead (Michael Lacey Freeman, 2015) is an A2 level graded reader for teens from ELI Publishing. It is an autobiographical story of the author’s experience […]

Changing the World Through Blogging

If you have the mistaken impression that you can’t blog, you might want to check out Hannah Alper’s “Call Me Hannah” blog for inspiration. Starting […]

Teen Survey Warning For MoodleNet: Think Instagram, Not Facebook

With the launch of MoodleNet on the horizon, the importance of teen behavior, habits, and rationales in social networks should spark a growing interest for […]

Why Bullying and Harassment Prevention Training is So Important

Today, Friday 16 March, Australian schools will stand united to celebrate the eighth National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence. While the day aims […]

Guest Post: Teaching Children Compassionate Ways to Handle Bullies

Children are at risk for being bullied now more than ever before; due to their constant use of technology for socializing and gaming. Beyond the […]

Inspirational Quotes to Share with Students

School counselors are in the unique position to support students with issues related to both school and home life. They are trained to provide counseling […]

How do you deal with cyber-bullying in schools? 

Recently, I have noticed that cases of cyber-bullying are being reported more and more often in the news.  As social media and technology is already a […]

Bunnings and Allegations of Workplace Bullying

As 2016 drew to a close, media attention revealed claims of workplace bullying being made against Bunnings – Australia’s largest household hardware chain and retailer.  […]

A Guide for Managers Dealing with Bullying in the Workplace

The Productivity Commission recently reported that more than two million Australians have experienced some form of bullying at work – a staggering figure when you […]

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