Teachers can also find information on strategies for enhancing connectedness in school.

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Dec 8, 2022

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Relationship Between Bullying and Suicide
By combining PBIS with explicit training and revising the bullying construct, bullying prevention focuses on methods for minimizing bullying behavior. Headlines describing terrible accounts of a young person’s bullying-related suicide have unfortunately become more prevalent over the recent years (Crawford, 2022). There are several resources that help in the prevention of bullying and help individuals that have been bullied.
For the Youth
The first resource for the youth is a safe surfing challenge by the FBI; https://www.fbi.gov/how-we-can-help-you/community-outreach/safe-online-surfing-sos-program. This free training program for kids promotes digital citizenship and teaches cyber safety in a playful and interesting way. Age-appropriate themes, including cyberbullying, phishing, malware, social networks, and more, are covered in the curriculum, designed for pupils in third to eighth grades.
The CDC, through its website, https://www.cdc.gov/healthyschools/bam/teachers.htm, provides a variety of resources and information for grade school teachers to use in helping their students make healthier choices. Teachers can also find information on strategies for enhancing connectedness in school.
For Parents and Guardians
The federal trade commission provides information on how parents can protect their kids online; https://consumer.ftc.gov/identity-theft-and-online-security/protecting-kids-online. It provides information on how to prevent cyberbullying by holding conversations, tips on how to avoid getting bullied online, how to guide kids on how to use gadgets ethically, and how to restrict kids from access to online worlds made for adults.
An article , https://www.mentalhealth.gov/talk/parents-caregivers, provides inciteful information to parents and caregivers on how to detect and handle bullying and mental health issues. According to mentalhealth.gov (2022), It’s critical to be alert to any early indicators that a child may be having difficulties. Parents can play a key role in recognizing when children might require assistance.
For teachers and school staff
The NCSSLE provides a resource package on how to provide a safe and accepted environment through their site; https://safesupportivelearning.ed.gov/scirp/about. According to research, kids are more likely to relate better with others, participate better in the curriculum and show positive behaviors when the school environment is enhanced (CIRP, 2022). The resource package provides a range of materials to address the needs of many parties involved in enhancing the school atmosphere.
The CDC, through their site, https://ojjdp.ojp.gov/sites/g/files/xyckuh176/files/mpg-iguides/topics/bullying/index.html, gives a program for preventing bullying in schools. Approximately 20% of teenagers get bullied in school (Tang et al., 2020). This guide is meant for anyone who is seeking to set up school-based bullying prevention strategies to address the issue of bullying in schools and provide safe learning environments.

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