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Bullying Prevention Blueprint: Crafting Vision Boards for Change

This class empowers students to collaboratively develop a plan to prevent bullying, identifying essential, strategies, and resources, and translating it into a vision board as a reminder of their role in fostering a safe school environment.
LaSaundra Kay Hewitt
36 total reviews for this teacher
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60 minute class
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Here are the learning objectives:
Students will collaboratively develop a plan to prevent bullying within the school system, identifying essential stakeholders, effective strategies, and necessary resources for successful plan implementation.
Students will apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills during the action planning session, fostering the ability to analyze complex issues and devise practical solutions for a bully-free school environment.
Students will demonstrate creativity and express their commitment to fostering a safe and inclusive school community by translating their action plans into powerful visual representations through the creation of personalized vision boards, reflecting their choice to making a positive difference.
As an experienced educator and passionate advocate for youth empowerment, I take pride in being the founder of a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing education and support to young people who have faced bullying and related challenges. Having overcome bullying myself, I am deeply committed to empowering youth with the necessary tools to tackle bullying and its adverse impacts. Through numerous seminars, I have been able to educate both youth and adults about bullying and relevant laws, fostering a safer and more inclusive environment for all.
Dear Parents, please provide students with the following supplies to create the vision board: • Poster Board or Corkboard: Please ensure your child has a sturdy poster board or corkboard as the foundation for their vision board. It should be large enough to accommodate their creative ideas. • Magazines and Images: Encourage your child to gather magazines, newspapers, or printouts of images that resonate with them. These visuals will serve as inspiration for their vision board. • Scissors and Glue Sticks: Your child will need scissors to cut out pictures and glue sticks to affix them onto the board. Alternatively, they can use tape or pins for the corkboard. • Markers, Pens, or Colored Pencils: Vibrant colors and writing tools will allow your child to express their thoughts and ideas effectively. • Stickers and Decorative Items: Let your child choose fun stickers, ribbons, and other decorations to add a personal touch to their vision board. • Positive Quotes or Affirmations: Encourage your child to think about uplifting quotes or affirmations that align with their vision for a bully-free school environment. If your students are creating a digital vision board, Canva, Word or PowerPoint is appropriate.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
If your student chooses to create a digital vision board, they can use Word, PowerPoint, or Canva. Microsoft Word and PowerPoint are part of the Microsoft Office Suite, and you won't need to create an account to use them. Visit www.microsoft.com for more information. However, if your child opts for Canva, you'll need to create a free account for them. To learn more about Canva, visit www.canva.com.


LaSaundra Kay Hewitt
Lives in the United States
Empowering Youth to Rise Above Bullying
36 total reviews
71 completed classes

About Me

My name is LaSaundra Kay Hewitt, and I am an experienced educator and advocate for youth empowerment. As the founder of a nonprofit organization, I provide education and empowerment to young people who have experienced bullying and related issues.... 
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