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Infographic: Top 10 Tips: How to Prevent Classroom Bullying

 
 

 

 

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Bullying in the classroom is an ongoing issue that teachers have to deal with.  Hertz Furniture presents this infographic which depicts the Top 10 ways to deal with bullying in the classroom including role play, communication journals and mediation. To see a larger version of the infographic click on the picture above!

 

Which of the tips do you find effective in your classroom?

 

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