Bullying Intervention – Complaint Mgmt. On Video
The Bullying Intervention – Complaint Management On Video Program
- Show and Tell
- You and Me
- Learning the Game
- Max’s Magical Machine
Awareness: Teachers, staff and school administrators
- A Culture of Cruelty
Awareness: Parents, guardians and community members
- You and Your School
Intervention and Complaint Management: Complaint managers, investigators, interviewers, counselors, site administrators, Title IX coordinators
- Just the Facts, Ma’am
INTERVENTION AND COMPLAINT MANAGEMENT TRAINING
Participants will learn how to immediately intervene, record incidents on legally fit forms, create legally defensible paper trail and more. This training program is for administrators, teachers, staff, and counselors.
The Early Faces of Violence
From Schoolyard Bullying and Ridicule to Sexual Harassment (7 videos)
The Early Faces of Violence is a seven-part, legally based video education program for pre-kindergarten through 6th grade students, parents, and educators. The program encourages children to give up bullying, harassing and hurting others and empowers them to stand up for themselves. It also assists teachers, staff and parents to take charge in dealing with a problem that has garnered national recognition as a serious impediment to a healthy, safe learning environment. Teachers are encouraged to develop lesson plans that engage students and to create a partnership with parents and community members to make schools safe.
Watch previews of these videos on the McGrath YouTube Channel.
View Our Bullying Video Selection:
Audience: All ages
This school time movie depicts a dynamic tale of a student as he confronts physical threats, harassment, and misconduct among his peers. Scenes portray actions of teachers, staff and students on the bus, on the playground, and in the classroom. Costumes give an “any time, any place” feel, and colorful insects and reptiles provide attention-grabbing entertainment for kids.
Note: While the other 6 videos in the “Early Faces” series can stand alone, we recommend that they be shown after a viewing of “SHOW AND TELL! THE MOVIE” by students, staff, administrators, or parents.
Time: 20 Minutes, Pricing
Product Number:EF1 Show and Tell
Audience: Ages 4-6
This sensitive and lively video engages younger students in learning to respect themselves and others, building character and citizenship early. “Mary Posa the Butterfly” gently guides young students to see the harm of harassment and misconduct, using accessible, familiar terms such as “hitting,” “shoving,” “name calling,” and “bullying based on whether someone is a boy or a girl.” This video addresses the root behaviors of sexual harassment without using the term.
Time: 15 Minutes, Pricing
Product Number: EF2 You and Me
Audience: Ages 7-9
Narrated by Chas, the star of our “Movie,” this video opens up a frank discussion of peer-to-peer harassment and its consequences. It encourages reporting and standing up for oneself and nurtures children’s budding sense of empathy and accountability for their actions. Behaviors discussed include name-calling, invasion of personal space, physical violence and “gender and sex-based bullying”.
Time: 14 Minutes, Pricing
Product Number: EF3 Learning the Game
Audience: Ages 10-12
This video takes a no-nonsense look at misconduct that, when severe, persistent, and pervasive, might be considered unlawful. It addresses the full continuum of bullying behavior including physical bullying, extortion, exclusion, threats, invading personal space, and sexual harassment. Interviews with real students highlight the main themes of empathy, responsibility and self-respect.
Note: For pre-teens who are ready for a more mature approach to Sexual Harassment, follow up with videos SH1 (“Pay Attention: What is Sexual Harassment?”) and SH2 (“Sexual Harassment: Don’t be a Victim!”).
Time: 18 Minutes, Pricing
Product Number: EF4 Max’s Magical Machine
Audience: Teachers, staff and school administrators
This video explores the immediate and long-term impact of the pervasive climate of ridicule and peer harassment on students. Interviews with experienced teachers, counselors, community members, parents, and experts in human behavior address the continuum of behaviors from general harassment to sexual misconduct.
Time: 20 Minutes, Pricing
Product Number: EF5 A Culture of Cruelty
Audience: Complaint managers, investigators, interviewers, counselors, site administrators, Title IX coordinators
When is sexualized behavior considered illegal? This video focuses on the issue through a legal lens, defining legal criteria and presenting the fundamentals of interviewing, investigation and documentation. Includes excerpts from an interview with “Max”, the main character in “Show and Tell! The Movie.”
Time: 26 Minutes, Pricing
Product Number: EF6 Just the Facts, Ma’am
Audience: Parents, guardians and community members
Designed as a community relations and parent education tool, this video uses interviews with parents, teachers, and experts to facilitate a discussion of peer-to-peer bullying and sexual harassment, the symptoms and consequences. It includes signs and symptoms that may indicate your child is being bullied or bullying others, causes and effects of such mistreatment and the ways to intervene and assist your child.
Time: 12 Minutes, Pricing
Product Number: EF7 You and Your School