What I Learned From My Childhood Bully | Choices Ideabook

Editor’s note: Bullying is a serious issue, and Choices teacher-advisor Amy Lauren Smith—a 6th to 8th grade health teacher at the Shanghai American School in Shanghai, China, and the brilliant mind behind our Teacher’s Guide each month—understands this from a personal perspective. Her advice will help you understand what students may be going through and which bullying-prevention steps can be effective.

Source: What I Learned From My Childhood Bully | Choices Ideabook

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