Resources

  • Asperger's and Bullying: An Inclusive Educational Approach

    Young people with Asperger Syndrome experience disproportionate levels of bullying in the mainstream school.
  • Bullying Hurts

    Bullying is everyone's responsibility. This brochure is designed to help parents, teachers and young people understand bullying, its impact and what to do about it.
  • Bully Stoppers

    The Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development has launched their Bully Stoppers website. Bully Stoppers provides a series of tools and resources that aim to empower school communities to stop all forms of bullying.
  • Cyber bullying, online relationships and safe practices

    Dr Barbara Spears, Senior Lecturer at University of South Australia and member of NCAB, has developed a series of articles for Education Technology Solutions.
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing: Educational Perspectives

    Edited by Rosalyn Shute with Phillip Slee, Rosalind Murray-Harvey and Katherine Dix.
  • The Impact of Technology on Relationships in Educational Settings

    Edited by Angela Costabile and Barbara Spears.
  • Bullying Solutions

    Bullying Solutions, edited by Adjunct Prof Helen McGrath and Dr Toni Noble, explores the issues of bullying in Australian schools as well as providing practical tools for action.
  • Cybersafety Symposium Report

    To begin addressing the issue of cybersafety and cyberbullying, NCAB with support from the Centre for Strategic Education (CSE) held a symposium in Melbourne in May 2007.
  • eSafety video

    NCAB congratulates Fahan School in Tasmania on their eSafety video 'Our Promise' - highlighting the important issue of cyberbullying.
  • NCAB Conference Papers 2007

    NCAB's national conference in 2007 looked at the importance of building relationships within school communities with participation from teachers, parents and students.
  • What can schools do about cases of bullying?

    This article by NCAB's Ken Rigby provides a brief description and critical examination of six major bullying intervention strategies employed in schools.