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Engaging students to address bullying through videos, art and writing

Next contest to be held in Fall 2017

Students with Solutions is a project for educators to engage your students to address bullying through videos, art, and writing; and receive rewards and recognition! How it works:

  1. WATCH the video, then hold classroom discussion.
  2. CREATE drawings, write poetry, or even film a video responding to the themes portrayed in the video.
  3. SEND your images, writings, or videos to PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center.

At the close of each contest—which is held twice a school year, once in the fall, again in the spring—a judges panel will review entries. Selected submissions will receive awards and students will have their work recognized on PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center website and social media.

View 2016-17 Videos

The videos shared during the 2016-17 are still available!

Middle and High School: “Teen Talk on Cyberbullying” is a five-minute video designed for middle and high school students to provide authentic insight and perspective from peers on issues related to cyberbullying.

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Elementary School: A series of four animated videos titled “Together Against Bullying, United for Kindness, Acceptance and Inclusion,” which creatively illustrate what it feels like to be bullied, what students can do if they see bullying, and how to be an advocate against bullying.

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