National Bullying Prevention Month

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October is National Bullying Prevention Month. A visit to reminds us that bullying can happen in a variety of ways. By definition, bullying is unwanted aggressive behavior; observed or perceived power imbalance; and repetition of behaviors or high likelihood of repetition.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and the Department of Education, bullying can take place through direct or indirect forms. In addition to these two forms, there are four different types of bullying. These are physical, verbal, relational, and property damage. With bullying taking place in situations both in person and online, it is essential to be aware of ways to help prevent bullying. We love the resources to prevent bullying available at Additionally, we’d like to share some of our favorite resources from the boclips for Teachers platform.

Mr. Beat

YouTube content partner, Mr. Beat, shares There Are No Bullies


Our TED Talks collection includes talks with Matthew Williams and Safwat Saleem. 

TED: Special Olympics let me be myself — a champion | Matthew Williams

TED: Why I keep speaking up, even when people mock my accent | Safwat Saleem

As with all TED Talks on our platform, we do include the following disclaimer: Viewer discretion is advised. Content may not be suitable for people of 12 years or younger.

Sign up for your boclips for Teachers account today and browse our platform for more resources you can use to help educate and bring awareness to students regarding the prevention of bullying. 

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Bethany Beaudrie is a fan of #sociallearning and educational technology. She loves working with students and teachers around the globe to help bring learning to life. Currently, she is the Director of Global Community Management at boclips.

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