Posts in category "Bullying"

Building a Peace Circle in Your Classroom

It’s almost time for back to school and time to work on setting up your classroom for success. This year, Bulldog Solution had a lot of demand for training teachers on using restorative justice practices in the classroom. We found that using peace circles in the classroom is a good way to practice the social emotional... Read more »

What We Learned at Juvi: Our Afternoon at the Juvenile Detention Center

Yesterday, Diana Mekarski and I went to run a program at the Juvenile Detention Center. It was the most humbling experience for the both of us. We work with a lot of at-risk youth, but this time we experienced something totally different. We got to be with kids that didn’t have access to our programs,... Read more »

How to Increase Social Emotional Learning in Your Classroom

The upcoming school year is fast approaching! The time has come again for us to run our PD trainings, develop classroom management curriculums, and launch our assemblies. Every year, we add new tools and strategies to our programs. This year, schools are pushing to increase social emotional learning skills in the classrooms. The problem we... Read more »
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A Teen's Perspective: What is Bullying to Me?

As part of our summer initiative and our everlasting stream of creative ideas, the Bulldog team decided to include a few new faces to our Bully Boot Camp blog. We want to share different perspectives and our uniquely individual talents. After all, it’s the ability to share our knowledge that makes our team shine! So, meet... Read more »

Why I Love my Job: It’s the Moments that Count

There have been lots of words of kindness and appreciation with the Bulldog Solution team this week. It’s only a few days into summer, but already we have had so many great moments where our staff shined. In our blog this week, we debuted the amazing and talented @Bulldog_Taylor, the youngest Bulldog on our team!... Read more »

Why I Love What I Do: Changing Lives One Program at a Time

Owning a small business can be challenging. Let me rephrase, owning a small business will cause the following side effects: stress headaches, large consumption of wine, inability to explain what happened to your cash flow, sleepless nights, long work days, long work day weekends, an incomprehensible addiction to your email, an obsessive disorder over clients,... Read more »
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Finding a Supportive Online Community: My Story of Cybersquatting

As part of our summer initiative and our everlasting stream of creative ideas, the Bulldog team decided to include a few new faces to our Bully Boot Camp blog. We want to share different perspectives and our uniquely individual talents. After all, it’s the ability to share our knowledge that makes our team shine! So,... Read more »

Stereotypes: The Good, the Bad, and the UGLY

Hey there world! I’m back! Recently, I have felt the reality of dealing with stereotypes. Bulldog Solution works with schools a lot: it’s our passion. But, summer is here, another school season is over, and we are again diving heavily into our corporate work. We are working with organizations on digital citizenship, meeting facilitation, teamwork,... Read more »

Curb Negative Behavior with 5 Easy Steps

Hello world, As part of our summer initiative and our everlasting stream of creative ideas, the Bulldog team decided to include a few new faces to our Bully Boot Camp blog. We want to share different perspectives and our uniquely individual talents. After all, it’s the ability to share our knowledge that makes our team... Read more »
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Workplace Bullying & Social Media Drama

Bulldog Solution has been receiving more and more requests for training employees on appropriate social media usage. It has been interesting to learn more about how adults use social media. Often, people don’t think before they post, and that could be costly to the organization, as well as to the employees. Most online drama does... Read more »