This poster carries a famous quote from the Dalai Lama. It reads: Our purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can't help them, at least don't hurt them.
Anti-bullying posters are often ineffective. That's why the school violence and mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops have worked so hard to create an eye-catching, attention-grabbing poster that can motivate students to be kinder to peers.
This anti-bullying poster is different than other school and classroom stop bullying signs because it can affect students who might be capable of remorse, compassion, empathy and regret. For those students, this poster can help their conscience to be a greater force, and it can temper some of the hostile, violent or mean behavior that students can inflict on peers.
The mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops have long taught in professional development workshops that getting the conscience to do its job can be the most powerful way to help students learn to control violent, aggressive, mean or bullying behavior towards peers. Poster #566 can help you "pull up" the conscience and get it to be a greater force in students who are capable of remorse, regret, compassion and empathy. That means that Poster #566 may be a very effective addition to your anti-bullying program and strategies that are already in use.
Since Poster #566 comes from the mental health counselors and special educators at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops, you know it's going to work better than commonplace, conventional approaches and techniques.
Click to enlarge. School posters printed on medium weight 11″ x 17″ glossy stock