International Bullying Prevention Association

International Bullying Prevention Association Our vision is a world without bullying. Starting our 17th year of providing evidence based bullying prevention tools and strategies to people working with youth. Details www.ibpaworld.org
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The International Bullying Prevention Association (IBPA) was founded in 2003 when grassroots practitioners and researchers came together to convene the first conference in the US entirely focused on bullying prevention. Since then, it has grown to be the premier global membership organization dedicated to advancing bullying prevention best practices by: - Convening research-based forums - Advocating best practices - Promoting positive school climate - Collaborating across disciplines/sectors/fields The organization is structured around four guiding principles which include: - Ethical training practices - Ethical conduct toward practices and performance - Ethical conduct toward professional colleagues - Ethical conduct toward community The International Bullying Prevention Association is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Become an IBPA member and gain access to a number of exclusive benefits and resources.

Mission: IBPA’s Mission Advancing bullying prevention best practices by: • Convening research-based forums • Advocating best practices • Promoting positive school climate • Collaborating across disciplines/sectors/fields

“Children are the living messages we send to a time we will not see” ~Neil Postmanibpaworld.org
06/06/2020

“Children are the living messages we send to a time we will not see” ~Neil Postman
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Ensuring positive and strong attachments to parents, teachers, or peers will enhance our cyberbullying prevention effort...
06/05/2020

Ensuring positive and strong attachments to parents, teachers, or peers will enhance our cyberbullying prevention efforts. Recent research in the Springer International Journal of Bullying Prevention explores predictors of adolescent cyberbullying using data from the World Health Organization (WHO) and its Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children (HBSC) study. For the full article, please see https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s42380-019-00025-7.

“Racism harms children’s health, starting from before they are born." In a recent press release, the American Academy of...
06/02/2020

“Racism harms children’s health, starting from before they are born." In a recent press release, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends parents engage their children about current traumatic events, taking into account their age and development. AAP President Dr. Sally Goza suggests, "As an organization dedicated to the health and well-being of children, adolescents and young adults, it is in our mission...to fight all forms of racism.” Please see https://tinyurl.com/ydxnbxpo for AAP's advice to parents.

“When I say it's you I like, I'm talking about that part of you that knows that life is far more than anything you can e...
05/30/2020

“When I say it's you I like, I'm talking about that part of you that knows that life is far more than anything you can ever see or hear or touch. That deep part of you that allows you to stand for those things without which humankind cannot survive. Love that conquers hate, peace that rises triumphant over war, and justice that proves more powerful than greed.” ~Fred Rogers
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It is time to rethink school-based bullying prevention and shift toward a systemic effort using a social-emotional learn...
05/29/2020

It is time to rethink school-based bullying prevention and shift toward a systemic effort using a social-emotional learning lens. In the June 2020 issue of International Journal of Bullying Prevention, Diana Divecha and Marc Brackett from the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence highlight several studies that show SEL as a promising approach for reducing disruptive behavior and for forming positive relationships, creating positive school climates, and so much more. Please see https://tinyurl.com/ybyshwhm for the full piece.

The June 2020 issue of the International Journal of Bullying Prevention is out! New research on the relationship between...
05/26/2020

The June 2020 issue of the International Journal of Bullying Prevention is out! New research on the relationship between PTSD and bullying/cyberbullying, reasons behind students being targeted, contributing factors to cyberbullying, rethinking bullying prevention through a social-emotional lens, and more. Articles are available for free download. Please see table of contents here: https://link.springer.com/journal/42380/2/2.

"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others."  ~Mahatma Ghandhiipbaworld.org#service #Be...
05/23/2020

"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others." ~Mahatma Ghandhi
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#service #BeTheChange

What can be the lasting impact of the pandemic on our children? Developmental psychologist Diana Divecha shares research...
05/21/2020

What can be the lasting impact of the pandemic on our children? Developmental psychologist Diana Divecha shares research from previous crises, from war to natural disasters, that help us understand how to protect our children's mental health during this time. Practicing self-care and connecting children to a higher purpose are just two of the suggestions found in this article from the The Greater Good Science Center: https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/will_the_pandemic_have_a_lasting_impact_on_my_kids.

As US schools plan for reopening in the fall, Dr. Dimitri Christakis urges the creation of an expert task force to focus...
05/19/2020

As US schools plan for reopening in the fall, Dr. Dimitri Christakis urges the creation of an expert task force to focus solely on school reopening and the impact of the crisis on children's mental health. He writes, "Using all existing and emerging data—however incomplete—[task force members] should make their best-informed recommendations to help states make this crucial decision, based on science and not politics, as soon as possible." For the full editorial published in JAMA Pediatrics, please see https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapediatrics/fullarticle/2766113.

"If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other."  ~Mother Theresaibpaworld.org#peace...
05/17/2020

"If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other." ~Mother Theresa
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#peace #belonging #connection

As schools begin to plan for re-entry, "Feeling Safe in School" by Jonathan Cohen and Dorothy L. Espelage can provide va...
05/14/2020

As schools begin to plan for re-entry, "Feeling Safe in School" by Jonathan Cohen and Dorothy L. Espelage can provide valuable information about restoring a sense of safety in our schools. These two leading authorities in the fields of school climate and prevention science gathered experts from around the globe to highlight policy and practice recommendations for supporting children and adolescents to feel and be safe in school. To order this April 2020 release, please see https://www.hepg.org/hep-home/books/feeling-safe-in-school.

During this divisive time, how can we find a way to be civil to one another online when disagreeing? By using "pandetiqu...
05/13/2020
Pandetiquette: Keeping the “Social” in Social Media During Times of Profound Polarization

During this divisive time, how can we find a way to be civil to one another online when disagreeing? By using "pandetiquette," suggests Justin Patchin, Co-Director of the Cyberbullying Research Center. In a recent blog, he offers perspective on how we can keep the social in social media at a time of seemingly insurmountable opposition. Please see https://cyberbullying.org/pandetiquette-civility-amid-polarization to read the first post on this timely topic.

This article discusses "pandetiquette" - that is, how to interact civilly with others online with whom we may fiercely disagree.

Teachers have adapted to a host of exhausting new challenges during the coronavirus, leaving them more susceptible to bu...
05/10/2020
Curbing Teacher Burnout During the Pandemic

Teachers have adapted to a host of exhausting new challenges during the coronavirus, leaving them more susceptible to burnout. Edutopia asked educators and other experts for strategies to help address this new type of burnout. Among the suggestions is for teachers to reclaim a routine with consistent time slots for specific tasts, including time for self-care. Routines and other predictable patterns signal safety to the brain, even during a pandemic. For more suggestions, please see the full piece by Nora Flemings here: https://www.edutopia.org/article/curbing-teacher-burnout-during-pandemic.

Teachers are adapting to a host of exhausting new challenges during the coronavirus. We asked educators and other experts for strategies to help address this new form of burnout.

"Opportunities to find deeper powers within ourselves come when life seems most challenging."  ~Joseph Campbellibpaworld...
05/09/2020

"Opportunities to find deeper powers within ourselves come when life seems most challenging." ~Joseph Campbell
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How can we address bias during this time of remote learning? Join the Anti-Defamation League today at 4 PM EST and help ...
05/07/2020

How can we address bias during this time of remote learning? Join the Anti-Defamation League today at 4 PM EST and help address the anti-immigrant and anti-Asian bias that has spread with the COVID-19 pandemic. This free webinar will provide strategies and resources for educators to address bias during the crisis. To register: https://tinyurl.com/ycp4sksb.

"Millions of educators have risen above what they were trained to do, throwing themselves not only into online teaching ...
05/05/2020
Teacher Appreciation Week: They wanted respect. It only took a coronavirus pandemic and worldwide economic collapse

"Millions of educators have risen above what they were trained to do, throwing themselves not only into online teaching with virtually no preparation but also into other impromptu roles: video editor, device distributor, tech support, meal site worker, car parade driver, sidewalk-chalk writer, window waver and much more."In the midst of a pandemic, Teacher Appreciation Week allows us to recognize how truly amazing our teachers are. See this USA TODAY article highlighting a few of their stories: https://tinyurl.com/yba74szz.

A coronavirus pandemic and quarantine orders showed millions of families that America's teachers are not just convenient but essential.

"Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear l...
05/02/2020

"Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less." ~Marie Curie
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During this crisis, school communities have embraced social media and are connecting their members in fun and engaging w...
05/01/2020
Eight Fun Student Engagement Ideas During COVID-19 and Beyond - Cyberbullying Research Center

During this crisis, school communities have embraced social media and are connecting their members in fun and engaging ways. Dr. Sameer Hinduja, co-founder of the Cyberbullying Research Center shares some of these ideas in a recent post found here: https://cyberbullying.org/eight-fun-student-engagement-ideas-during-covid-19-beyond.

Educators, student engagement is essential now more than ever. Here are eight fun ways to keep them inspired, connected, and feeling loved - especially when they're away from school!

Parents, when you make self-care a priority, it benefits your whole family, especially during this pandemic. The clinici...
04/30/2020
Self-Care in the Time of Coronavirus | Child Mind Institute

Parents, when you make self-care a priority, it benefits your whole family, especially during this pandemic. The clinicians at Child Mind Institute offer five tips to help you during this time:
1. Make time for yourself
2. Prioritize healthy choices
3. Be realistic
4. Set boundaries
5. Reconnect with things you enjoy
For more information, please see https://childmind.org/article/self-care-in-the-time-of-coronavirus/.

For parents, prioritizing your own needs can be very difficult, but it will help ensure that you have the bandwidth needed to take good care of your family.

How will schools look when they reopen? In a recent piece for NPR All Things Considered, Anya Kamenetz shares the though...
04/29/2020

How will schools look when they reopen? In a recent piece for NPR All Things Considered, Anya Kamenetz shares the thoughts of education and public health experts to keep students and staff safe and healthy as they re-enter schools. In addition to increased health and hygiene measures, new calendars, staggered schedules, and revised attendance policies are likely. Please see https://tinyurl.com/yaucsfp5.

What happens when we give people the benefit of the doubt? We are happier! In a recent article from The Greater Good Sci...
04/28/2020

What happens when we give people the benefit of the doubt? We are happier! In a recent article from The Greater Good Science Center, Elizabeth Hopper shares the research behind looking at others in a positive light. She writes that our strong and supportive relationships actually "help us to see the social world in a more benign light." The more charitable our attitude, the happier we are. For the full piece, please see https://tinyurl.com/ycze4rpp

Students need school counselors now more than ever. Cory Turner from nprEd writes, "Between closed schools, social isola...
04/27/2020
Closed Schools Are Creating More Trauma For Students

Students need school counselors now more than ever. Cory Turner from nprEd writes, "Between closed schools, social isolation, food scarcity and parental unemployment, the coronavirus pandemic has so destabilized kids' support systems that the result...is genuinely traumatic." Turner shares the innovative ways that schools and school counselors are addressing the social and emotional needs of students during this time: https://tinyurl.com/ya3sol52.

School counselors say the coronavirus pandemic has so destabilized kids' lives that the result is genuinely traumatic. And closed schools make it harder for counselors to help.

What happens when we lose our social rituals? Dr. Jill Suttie from The Greater Good Science Center Magazine recently exp...
04/26/2020

What happens when we lose our social rituals? Dr. Jill Suttie from The Greater Good Science Center Magazine recently explores what happens when we lose traditions such as funerals, graduations, and wedding ceremonies. Social rituals create a sense of unity and close bonds and turn events into something more special and meaningful. While formalized rituals may not be possible now, we can still find the sense of unity and belongingness that we need in online social interaction. For the entire piece, please see https://tinyurl.com/y92bl8jn.

"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying (whispering), 'I will tr...
04/25/2020

"Courage doesn't always roar.
Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying (whispering), 'I will try again tomorrow.'"
~Mary Anne Radmacher
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#courage

Take a virtual #Stand4Change with Defeat The Label on Friday, May 1, 2020! In addition to the annual Stand4Change event ...
04/24/2020

Take a virtual #Stand4Change with Defeat The Label on Friday, May 1, 2020! In addition to the annual Stand4Change event being held virtually this year, DTL has provided a bullying prevention toolkit for teachers and parents to use with children and young people. The toolkit can be found here:https://tinyurl.com/y76y835v

As more schools, teachers, and students are upended by the rapid transition to online learning, what should our prioriti...
04/23/2020

As more schools, teachers, and students are upended by the rapid transition to online learning, what should our priorities be? The podcast, "Maslow Before Bloom’s: Clarifying Our Priorities As Teaching Goes Online," hosted by Larry Ferlazzo, high school teacher and Education Week columnist, explores this question with teachers on the frontline. Please see https://tinyurl.com/yacmbe5j for this podcast.

Parents, you can support your child and manage your own stress during school closures and remote learning. In a recent a...
04/22/2020

Parents, you can support your child and manage your own stress during school closures and remote learning. In a recent article from The Greater Good Science Center, Dr. Rebecca Branstetter, school psychologist, offers helpful suggestions to parents. For example, she encourages parents to simply and reduce their expectations for both remote work and homeschooling.. For additional suggestions, please see https://tinyurl.com/y9ulsj3f.

"Stay safe at home. Stay safe online." End Violence Against Children has teamed up with their partners in the technology...
04/21/2020

"Stay safe at home. Stay safe online." End Violence Against Children has teamed up with their partners in the technology industry, including Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Roblox, Twitter and Snapchat, to develop a new campaign to help keep children safe in this rapidly changing environment. In collaboration with governments around the world, these partners have developed PSAs and other resources to keep our children safe. See https://www.end-violence.org/safeonlinecovid.

Go easy on yourselves and on your children. "We’re expending so much energy on survival—keeping ourselves and our childr...
04/20/2020

Go easy on yourselves and on your children. "We’re expending so much energy on survival—keeping ourselves and our children healthy and alive—that we simply cannot perform at our usual level," writes Dr. Mona Delahooke, licensed clinical psychologist. She offers valuable lessons for these extraordinary times, including reducing expectations for ourselves and our children and allowing our vulnerability to be. Please see https://tinyurl.com/y8q8g3am for the full article.

In her latest podcast episode of "Unlocking Us," Brené Brown talks with Marc Brackett, founding director of the Yale Cen...
04/19/2020

In her latest podcast episode of "Unlocking Us," Brené Brown talks with Marc Brackett, founding director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and lead developer of the The RULER Approach.Together they "talk about how emotional literacy – being able to recognize, name, and understand our feelings – affects everything from learning, decision making, and creativity, to relationships, health, and performance." See https://brenebrown.com/podcast/dr-marc-brackett-and-brene-on-permission-to-feel/.

Heroes are not giant statues framed against a red sky. They are people who say, "This is my community, and it's my respo...
04/18/2020

Heroes are not giant statues framed against a red sky. They are people who say, "This is my community, and it's my responsibility to make it better." ~Tom McCall
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#heroes #everydayheroes #community

This week ICANHELP introduced the winners of the 2020 #Digital4Good awards, celebrating student voice and digital leader...
04/17/2020

This week ICANHELP introduced the winners of the 2020 #Digital4Good awards, celebrating student voice and digital leadership. This year ICANHELP received an outstanding number of nominees and are incredibly proud of each project. "These winners have made a huge impact and truly embody what it means to use #Digital4Good!" To learn more about the #Digital4Good campaign, please see, https://www.icanhelpdeletenegativity.org/d4gevent.

How can parents keep their children safe online during this crisis? Bullying prevention expert Dr. Dorothy Espelage prov...
04/16/2020

How can parents keep their children safe online during this crisis? Bullying prevention expert Dr. Dorothy Espelage provides some helpful tips and strategies for parents in her recent interview with The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on social distancing and cyberbullying. See https://tinyurl.com/ydhp6zdy for this timely and relevant piece.

"Learning is not about turning on a light. Instead, it’s about constructing better and faster roads." Rishi Sriram, Asso...
04/15/2020

"Learning is not about turning on a light. Instead, it’s about constructing better and faster roads." Rishi Sriram, Associate Professor of Education at Baylor University helps us understand that when students experience productive struggle, new learning, or the new connections between neurons, becomes stronger, much like going from dirt pathways to paved expressways. Learn more in this recent Edutopia article: https://www.edutopia.org/article/neuroscience-behind-productive-struggle.

How can families manage their children's increased screen time during a global pandemic? Justin Patchin, Co-Director of ...
04/14/2020

How can families manage their children's increased screen time during a global pandemic? Justin Patchin, Co-Director of Cyberbullying Research Center, shares several ways to help parents find balance and also ensure their kids' online safety, including the following:
1. Spend time online with kids
2. Remind them about basic online safety principles
2. Talk to kids about cyberbullying behavior
3. Teach them how to report problematic behavior
Please see https://tinyurl.com/t9ghdoz for this helpful article.

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The issue of domestic violence: reality .. reasons .. solutions Researcher / Abbas Sabti March 2019 an introduction : Many countries of the world have started to suffer from the problem of domestic violence as a result of the complications of life, including the exit of women to workplaces and their competition for men and the result of this exit from the repercussions and excretions that make women face various problems and it comes to the face of women to the problem of violence at home and street and work and the problem of violence does not end The suffering of women, but there are victims of this violence everywhere as well, such as the child, the elderly, the maid, the sister, the daughter, the mother and the father. Difinition of the World Health Organization (WHO): Intentional use of physical force, whether by threat or actual use by the person against himself or against another person or against a group or society, leading to either the occurrence or the likelihood of injury, death, psychological injury, poor growth or deprivation Causes of domestic violence: (Child, wife, daughter, sister, mother, father, old, servant, etc.). Violence against children, for example, Due to the family: social isolation, poor communication between members of the same family, poor relationship between parents, adoption of violence to solve problems, parents lack of awareness of the importance of the child. Psychological reasons: The suffering of a parent with psychological problems such as nervousness, depression, lack of self-confidence, pressure of work on spouses, abuse of alcohol and drugs Social causes: prevalence of violence in society, corporal punishment method of education, media, advocacy of violence and rebellion, lawlessness, disregard of children's rights, weakness of religion Economic causes: poverty and unemployment,houseing inadequate Types of violence against the elderly and its image: Physical violence: beatings, punching or pushing Psychological violence: Threats, cries or abusive words directed at the elderly or ignored many times. Sexual violence: sexually assaulted, or forced to watch or participate in sex. Financial Exploitation: Counterfeiting checks, using a credit card and changing what is stated in the will. Neglect: The caregiver does not respond to the demands of the elderly Measures Participated in the second family educational session by holding a course on "verbal and physical violence in the family" on 10/2/2019 Note that I attended the first family education session in March 2018 and wrote a report on the evaluation of the cycle of "marital differences" after the formulation of a survey tool to evaluate this first session. The axes in the cycle of "verbal and physical violence in the family" are: Definition, weapon of prey, weapon of tongue, weapon of the flesh, weapon of anger, weapon of hatred, weapon of revenge, is Islam calls for violence? The causes of violence against children, the causes of violence against women, the negative consequences of violence against children, the negative consequences of violence on women, solutions and alternatives Solutions and alternatives to domestic The role of civil institutions in spreading the culture of stopping violence against vulnerable groups in the society: children, women, the elderly, and the housemaid by laying down guidelines, ways and means to stop this violence, and expressing the opinion of religion in protecting these vulnerable groups and implementing deterrent laws against those who abuse the victim. Forget the role of some of these NGOs in the adoption of housing centers and the holding of courses, seminars and others in raising awareness among members of society about the dangers of domestic violence and the value of the individual in the family: child / woman and elderly / Introduce domestic violence issues in the school and university curricula to educate students about these issues and reduce them, especially as these students are the parents and mothers of the future in families and officials in government and private institutions to defend the victims of violence whatever they are and to have a role in reducing violence at home, Through advice and indicate the seriousness of violence to the family building entity and even to report on the aggressor, whichever is closer to him in the event of excessive verbal and physical assault on the victim The implementation of the recommendations of the studies carried out here and there on the officials in public and private institutions on domestic violence and follow up the solutions and alternatives offered by these studies and apply them on the ground Create a private TV channel broadcasting all family issues around the clock The establishment of websites that adopt family issues addressed to mobile phones Holding educational courses for those who submit to marriage and after marriage of both sexes (Happy Family Project, Sebti) 100% of the participants in the previous educational session (study of marital disputes, mechanisms and solutions, 2018) The researcher's recommendations: The need to prepare media, social and individual awareness programs for victims and perpetrators of domestic violence. Define the victims of violence and offenders with the dangers of the problem of violence and its negative effects on all through training courses Establish centers for the protection of victims of violence through follow-up, rehabilitation and treatment Introduce domestic violence issues in school and university curricula to educate students about the dangers of such violence to families and communities Open a 24-hour television channel that broadcasts family issues with a hotline to communicate with victims of domestic violence Conduct public education courses for self-defense, conflict resolution and the role of passers-by to resolve conflict everywhere
Strategies to reduce violence and school bullying (Research project) Researcher / Abbas Sabti December 2017 an introduction : Are lectures, seminars, interviews in daily newspapers and social media on school violence and its types sufficient? The answer of course not .. Everyone heard, heard and talked about the phenomenon of traditional and electronic violence and offered solutions, but the result is one of the growing and intensifying phenomenon of violence among students, evidenced by the continuation of these lectures, seminars, interviews and others on a daily basis due to the spread of incidents of violence in school and beyond. Why are the methods of treating the phenomenon of violence more traditional and if new methods are found, they are rare and do not apply the most traditional methods of treatment to solve the problem of violence? . Project Expected Results: The researcher expects that there are results that will be applied or done after the implementation of the project: Revisit legislation legislation on violence and domination. The enactment of new laws on the problem of violence and cyberbullying (electronic). Appoint a police officer or "student friend" in school. Give schools greater powers in dealing with cases of violence and domination. Conducting courses for school principals and their assistants and social and psychological specialists on new approaches to reducing violence and domination. Introducing issues of violence and domination within the literary subjects of the general education stages. Establish a committee of researchers from the school's teachers to conduct studies on violence / authoritarianism and follow up on solutions and strategies that limit violence and domination. Establishment of the system and safety committee to treat violence and school domination. Holding courses for parents to deal with the behavioral problems of their children and overcome them. Training of riot students and others on skills: self-control, anger management, tolerance, pardon, respect and good behavior. Training students to act as "passing" eyewitnesses to resolve conflicts between students inside and outside of the school Project implementation stages: Each of these stages has a specific time period for their implementation. The stage of conducting research and interviews with educators on the seriousness, types and spread of violence in schools. The stage of holding training courses for school principals, their assistants and teachers on new ways to deal with the problem of violence The stage of holding training courses for school students to learn about the dangers of violence and domination, the causes of violence and how to solve the problem. The stage of holding training courses for some students and their parents in solving conflicts between students. The application of methods and strategies to address the problem of violence and school bullying. Evaluation phase of treatment and intervention methods implemented by schools Strategies for preventing violence and bullying: These strategies are many and each strategy and procedures in implementing them as follows: Strategy 1: Banning mobile phones in schools: There are many countries that prohibit students from using mobile phones in schools because of the student's preoccupation with the phone while explaining the teacher and not doing what he has to do. The ban is different from not taking the phone with him or closing him when he enters school until the end of school. We therefore recommend: Putting a device into the classroom prevents the phones from being used. Follow up and monitor students while they are in school. Contribution of teachers to give daily lectures in the chapters on the disadvantages of using mobile phones. Ways to avoid peer pressure to commit violence and bullying using cell phones. Strategy 2: Preventing violent electronic games: Violent electronic games are one of the reasons for the incitement of adolescents to violence, especially after addiction to exercise. The home should cooperate with the school in preventing children and adolescents from playing violent electronic games on television and video equipment. Children and adolescents must be alerted to the dangers of violent electronic games at home and at school. Allow the exercise of non-violent games and for a period of time depending on the age of the child or adolescent so that this period does not exceed between half an hour and one hour a day. The school and the school cooperated to develop the physical activity program for students daily Strategy 3: Following Internet safety: There are methods of protection through the Internet in websites, especially foreign and also can visit our track for educational and social research to see the studies and articles of the researcher and translated in this regard. Communication between the school, students and parents through a website, "educational channel" and social networking sites. Access websites that offer safety and protection through the Internet for students to benefit from. Lectures and seminars on the dangers of some websites Maintain personal data and password for students of hackers. The student does not respond to abusive messages via the Internet. Inform parents or school about disturbing messages. Digital parenting course for parents in how to protect children from electronic violence. Ways to treat the addiction situation using a computer or mobile phone. Conducting the best article contest and researching how to protect against cyber violence Strategy 4: Inculcating tolerance, tolerance and pardon in students: The development of tolerance and amnesty in students' hearts takes place through seminars, slogans and campaigns, especially in incidents of violence and bullying in and out of school. To sensitize students to restraint and anger management in case of abuse. Write an article or search for pardon for ability. Awards for winners of "Best Student" Competition in schools To establish a campaign of "tolerance and pardon rather than violence and abuse " Strategy 5: Inclusion of violence and bullying issues in school curricula: The teacher's emphasis on issues of violence and domination in any event or situation he or she experiences during the quota. Asking teachers to write articles and research on the difference between violence and domination, traditional forms of violence and the role of eyewitnesses to reduce violence and domination, the dangers of electronic games and ways to treat mobile phone addiction. Present videos on the dangers of traditional violence and cyberbullying on students. Plays plays and dramas on school violence and cyberbullying. Conducting field research on violence and domination. Strategy 6: Compensation: The head of the school determines the method of compensation, which is the method used in many countries to reduce the phenomenon of violence in schools. Enact legislation on compensation for violence or bullying. The aggressor retrieves what he has taken from the victim. Apologize to the aggressor who abused him (a letter of apology). Financial compensation to the victim after the destruction of his property. Strategy 7: The use of the police officer: Appointment of a security man (civilian) in schools called "Student Friend". Enact legislation in the name of student police / friend of students and to show his / her functions at school. The employment of university graduates with some specializations by appointment in schools by the name of "contact officer / student friend". Increase cooperation between the Ministry of Education and the Interior and others in the treatment of student problems. Remove the fear of police officers in the hearts of students. Develop the instigation and respect of school laws and regulations in the students. Activate the role of the police in society in general, especially community policing. Develop students' responsibility to address and solve the problems they face in schools. The use of a policeman or a friend of students in correctional institutions for juveniles. Strategy 8: peer pressure resistance (peer): Writing slogans on places Where students at school call for renunciation of violence through clandestine and gang: Students are a society of brotherhood and tolerance. Inform the school administration of the person calling for the paralysis and the gang. Discard and boycott student who calls for partisan and paralytic. The student advised his student brother not to take part in incidents of violence and domination. Help the fellow student who is exposed to the violent incident. Ninth strategy: balance of power between aggressor and victim : A training course for victims of violence for self-confidence and personal empowerment. Develop the spirit of courage in the same victim to say to the aggressor: Stand up cowardly. The role of eyewitnesses in resolving conflict between students and rapid intervention. Report the aggressor and stop its aggression on students. The students were advised to resolve the dispute peacefully between the aggressor and the victim. To remove the status of revenge from the same victim and to instill tolerance in himself. Strategy 10: The role of eyewitnesses in reducing violence :: The course of eyewitnesses (passers-by) in reducing traditional and electronic violence. Holding a training course for some students on the role of eyewitnesses and their intervention to resolve the dispute between the opponents. Educate students about immediate intervention to resolve the conflict or report it. Week of the "role of eyewitnesses" in the school: lectures, videos and interviews with teachers and students .. Every schoolteacher feels his responsibility as an eyewitness to intervene to resolve the conflict.