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Full curriculum Self-Esteem Handling Teasing and Bullying

Handling Teasing and Bullying

A clear distinction is made between Bullying, defined as perpetual intentional harm, and Teasing, an often unintentional, non-perpetual harm. Students will learn how to respond to the different kinds of bullying: bullying they witness, bullying aimed at themselves, and peer pressure.

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