Creating Responsive Communities for the Prevention of Peer Victimization
This illustrated story by author H.E. Stewart is about a walrus who helps a little boy deal with teasing at school. The story emphasizes the importance of a community working together to find solutions to social challenges. The story is available in English, French and the SENĆOŦEN dialect:
These are simple 10-step charts that outline how to implement the WITS Programs in your school and community.
These short articles can be copied and pasted into school newsletters, websites or class blogs as a quick and easy way to keep parents informed about and engaged in the WITS Programs. The articles provide information about the WITS Programs, peer conflict and bullying and also feature WITS and WITS LEADS books that parents can read with their children.
Using Your WITS All Year Round provides tips and suggestions for school administrators on how to sustain the momentum of the WITS Programs throughout the school year. Tips are divided seasonally.
The WITS Poster and WITS LEADS Poster can be printed off and posted in your classroom as a reminder to use WITS and WITS LEADS strategies. The Bully Circle poster is an excellent illustration of the role bystanders can play in teasing and bullying.
WITS Bookmarks can be printed off and distributed to students as a fun reminder to use WITS and WITS LEADS strategies.
WITS desk tapes can be printed off and distributed to students to put on their desks as a fun reminder to use WITS and WITS LEADS strategies.
These WITS Brochures have been designed to target specific audiences, including teachers, parents and high school students. Click on the links below to download the brochures. They can then be printed off and distributed as needed.