Got Bullies & Victims? You Need Our Gropes-Busters Anti-Bullying Methods


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Got Bullies & Victims?
You Need Our Gropes-Busters Anti-Bully Methods



Peer interaction problems can make any school or agency site chaotic, loud, unpleasant or unsafe. You've got an array of peer problems, from bullying to verbal abuse, from scapegoating to cliques and harassment.

anti-bullying workshopMy name is Ruth Herman Wells, M.S. I'm the author of the anti-bullying, keep-your-hands-to-yourself quiz shown below. I teach lots of live and online classes that explain what to do to stop the bullying problems at your school.

There are no quick fixes to instantly turnaround all your peer problems, but in this issue, you will find a very fun, ready-to-use, complete anti-bullying intervention to begin the process.

The more you can use creative, unexpected and humorous anti-bullying methods, the more success you may achieve repairing poor peer skills.

Rely on our anti-bullying methods that catch your bullying, aggressive, resistant, oppositional, depressed, withdrawn, and defiant youth off-guard, then powerfully engage them in learning despite themselves.

The bullying prevention intervention below offers these benefits. This dynamic strategy is taken from the hundreds we give in our live and online workshops.



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Who You Gonna Call? The Gropes-Busters Quiz!

Here's a fun multiple choice anti-bullying quiz that teaches while your students are laughing. This ready-to-use quiz is so much more effective than lecturing, reminding, or sanctioning.

1. When standing near other kids, it is very important to stand:

a) Nose to nose
b) On their toes
c) About one arm length away

2. When other students say "No," it really means:

a) "Yes" with an attitude
b) The "n" and "o" are silent
c) Stop!

3. When touching others, a guideline to follow is:

a) Grope first, ask second
b) Ask first, grope second
c) Ask first and comply with the answer

4. When watching pro sports like football and hockey, it is important to remember that

a) Slapping people's backsides is a universal greeting
b) Violent contact is welcomed everywhere
c) No one should ever behave as badly as misbehaved pro athletes

5. When touching others, it is always best to

a) Never touch anything labeled "radioactive"
b) Never touch anything you can't reach
c) Never touch until receiving permission first

6. When bullies torment others, they are

a) Gaining the important skills that future employers really want
b) Perfecting the skills that will get them their dream job
c) Perfecting the skills that lead to getting fired



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About Ruth Herman Wells

Author/Trainer Ruth Herman Wells, M.S. is the director of Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. In 2011, Ruth was rated as a Top 10 U.S. K-12 educational and motivational speaker by Speakerwiki and Speakermix. She is the author of several book series, a columnist, adjunct professor for two universities, and a popular keynote speaker and workshop presenter. Ruth's dozens of books includes Temper and Tantrum Tamers and Turn On the Turned-Off Student.