Conflict Resolution, Violence
The mission of the NJ Coalition for Bullying Awareness and Prevention is to increase community awareness of bullying as a common serious problem of school-age children and to advocate for the implementation of effective bullying prevention approaches in the State of New Jersey. The website includes links to the Coalition’s 10 handouts covering most aspects of school-age bullying, and links and descriptions of other excellent materials.
This well-developed website, managed by the federal Department of Health and Human Services, contains interactive materials on bullying and cyberbullying for kids, teens, parents, schools and communities. Available in Spanish as well.
The New Jersey State Bar Foundation promotes violence prevention by helping interested schools establish Conflict Resolution/Violence and Peer Mediation Programs. Provides detailed lessons for elementary, middle and high schools.
Payment Information: Free training for school personnel
The NJSBF also includes a link that lists videotapes that can be borrowed for a period of 2 weeks with a $50.00 deposit for each tape. Topics include the following:
- African-American Issues Citizenship and Government Bullying
- Conflict Resolution/Violence
- The Courts
- Domestic Violence
- Drugs and Substance Abuse Equal Justice Under the Law For Teachers
- In Search of the Constitution with Bill
- Law on the Line
- Legal Line
- Mock Trial Videotapes Senior Citizen Issues Teen Issues
- The U.S. Constitution and the Bill of
- Tolerance Issues
Free resources for professionals, students, and individuals dealing with sexual abuse The website has links to research, professional and public awareness organizations.
Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center: "Stop the Bully Without Becoming One"
Interactive program for students emphasizing how to stand up to bullies, value student differences and treat others with respect. Program includes strategies and role-playing exercises conducted by professional speaker Paul Reddick and Montclair State student- athletes.
For more info: contact Dave Kaplan, (973) 655-6891 or firstname.lastname@example.org.