October is Bullying Prevention Month


 

 

 

 

 

 


The Museum of Tolerance offers effective, practical anti-bullying approaches for teachers, parents, and students of all ages. Bullying is becoming an epidemic in schools, but it doesn’t have to be in yours. Learn some easy-to-implement, no-cost strategies for reducing peer pressure and harassment. Schedule a trip to the MOT to participate in one of our age appropriate bullying prevention programs.

SCHEDULE YOUR TOURS AND PROGRAMS NOW! Please call 310.772.7639

FOR MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:
Explore the TOLERANCENTER, where students engage in an interactive media presentation on bullying in the POINT OF VIEW DINER. This experience is part of a 3-hour tour and is connected to larger issues of human rights and genocide, past and present, including the Holocaust.

Participate in an expanded 8-hr TOOLS FOR TOLERANCE® for Teens program including a workshop on violence prevention.

FOR 5TH & 6TH GRADE STUDENTS:
Participate in the STEPS TO TOLERANCE program. Students engage in a hands-on interactive exploration of historical events and their connection to contemporary issues of tolerance and respect. The 2 1/2 hr program features a special presentation on bullying, plus activities, artifacts & a survivor speaker.

For more information about the MOT’s comprehensive bullying prevention programs, please call 310.772.2547

Download a Flyer about our Bullying Prevention Programs

 

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