Parent Resource Web Sites
A comprehensive site organized by elementary, middle school and high school with a parents’ and teachers’ section. A section on Managing Behaviour Problems deals with a wealth of topics; an American site and does have some advertising, unrelated to the site topics.
click on Publications, click on Background Reports. Homework background report and includes role of parents, teachers and students.
Homework help for a wide range of school subjects including special sections for students, teachers and parents
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This site focuses on streetproofing children on the internet with numerous links to keeping children safe on the internet.
The site provides excellent information for parents about internet safety tips to teach children and teens. The focus of the site is to help parents keep children safe online. The site also addresses cyberstalking and ways to report to authorities.
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PREVNet (Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence Network) is a national network of Canadian researchers, non-governmental organizations (NGO’s) and governments committed to stop bullying. The site offers a wide range of resources for educators, parents, and community members.
Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only free, national, bilingual, confidential and anonymous, 24-hour telephone and on-line counseling service for kids and teens.
This site provides a forum for students to share ideas about school violence prevention and to write about their personal experiences with bullying.
This site is maintained by the Positive School Ethos Programme at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. It provides tips for dealing with a variety of difficult situations and shares testimonials from famous people who overcame bullying. A database of anti-bullying materials and initiatives is being developed.
Barbara Coloroso’s website – a valuable resource for parents and teachers managing children’s behaviours.
The Centre for Children and Families in the Justice System has developed a program called A School-Based Anti-Violence Prevention Program. The cost, including a video is $150.00 and features 65 lessons on violence prevention as well as a whole school plan for action.
This website has been created by youth from across Canada. Young people speak out about bullying and victimization.