Not every teacher has a dedicated class time for discussing social interactions, peer relationships, aggression, bullying, and prosocial skills. To learn how to best start change in your own classroom, read Five Critical Steps for Teachers.
The following resources are ways for you to integrate Ophelia Project strategies into your everyday classroom without formal lesson plans or a full curriculum.
- Action Plans: Using What you Know to Make a Change
- Teaching Right from Wrong with Continuums
- Role Playing: Trying out Intervention Strategies
- Letters from Targets: Getting Help when you Need It
- Books to teach about aggression, bullying, friendship, and relationships.
- Standing Up for Yourself Game
- Relational Aggression Survey
To learn a common vocabulary to talk about aggression with your students, use The Language of Peer Aggression.
Do you want formal lesson plans and programs for teaching students about peer aggression? Choose a curriculum below:
Are you ready to take on school-wide systemic change with a comprehenisve initiative for parents, students, and teachers? Learn about CASS: Creating A Safe School.