As a leading provider of anti-bias training and resources, the A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute offers innovative programming to help schools develop a comprehensive approach to prevent and intervene against name-calling, bullying and cyberbullying as part of a broader strategy to create safe schools for all students. ADL offers the following interactive workshops and assembly programs for elementary, middle and high schools on bullying and cyberbullying. For more information, please contact us.
Becoming An Ally: Interrupting Name Calling and Bullying is an anti-bullying program that provides opportunities for students in grades 4-12 to explore the harm of name-calling and bullying and develop and practice skills to respond to such incidents.
CyberALLY™ is an anti-cyberbullying program for students in grades 6-12 that increases the awareness about the unique features and impact of cyberbullying while providing strategies for students to respond effectively to cyberbullying and fostering an increased culture of e-safety and respect for differences among youth.
Step Up! Assembly is an anti-bullying assembly program for middle school students designed to give a voice to the targets of bullying and prejudice, build empathy in the aggressors and inspire bystanders to become allies.
Becoming an Ally – Interrupting Name Calling and Bullying is an anti-bullying program that provides opportunities for educators to explore the harm of name-calling and bullying, and develop and practice skills to respond to such incidents in their school.
Trickery, Trolling and Threats is an anti-cyberbullying training for middle and high school educators, administrators and student support personnel that increases awareness about the unique features and impact of cyberbullying, provides strategies to respond effectively to cyberbullying and fosters an increased culture of e-safety among youth.
Youth & Cyberbullying: What Families Don’t Know Can Hurt Them is an interactive 1.5–2 hour training for adult family members that increases understanding about the language, skills, information and challenges associated with cyberbullying. This knowledge will assist families in helping their children/teens respond in appropriate ways to incidents of cyberbullying and in promoting safe and respectful online environments for all people.