15+ Make Time to Listen--Take Time to Talk...About Bullying

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15+ Make Time to Listen--Take Time to Talk...About Bullying

Description

This material is part of “15+ Make Time to Listen Take Time to Talk,” an initiative to promote healthy child development and prevent youth and school-based violence. The Web site provides interactive questions to encourage 15 or more minutes of undivided conversation per day between parents/caregivers and children. Schools, adults, and children can use these questions to start conversations about bullying and how to prevent it.

The Web site provides questions in the following categories:

  • General questions about bullying
  • Questions to ask when a child may have been bullied
  • Questions to ask if someone has witnessed bullying
  • Questions to ask to discuss bullying prevention programs
  • More basic questions to start conversations (from the original “15+ Make Time To Listen Take Time to Talk” Initiative)

The Web site also provides a link to a PDF version of the questions that can be printed and cut to create question cards.

Developer:

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (U.S.)

Funding Sources:

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (U.S.)

History

Release Date: 2003
Original Summary: October 2005
Last Updated: 09/12/12

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