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This wonderful 9.03 minute film was created by Angeline Candido, Daphne Chu, Donna Freedman, Shannon Goodwin, and Margaret Gordon at the  University of Washington Summer Institute in Arts and Humanities; with with support from the Respect For All Project at GroundSpark. For full credits see this page.
It is posted here with permission of the filmmakers who wrote:

"This film was developed to encourage self-reflection about witnessing, surviving, or instigating violence and harassment. Through understanding and  sharing our experiences, we can better confront them and act to transform our environment."

Alone, together guide: a tool for watching and discussing the film.
http://www.safeschoolscoalition.org/movies/AloneTogether_filmguide.pdf (118 KB 4 page pdf file)
Alone, together curriculum: composed of different activities designed to bring issues like bullying, violence, difference and stereotypes to the forefront of the classroom.
http://www.safeschoolscoalition.org/movies/AloneTogether_curriculum.pdf (1,007 KB 11 page pdf file)

Alone, together Resources: with questions like "Why do we exclude?" "Do you feel safe?" and "How do we show respect?" the bully catcher is a great intervention tool for students questioning the nature of cruelty and violence. A list of resources is also included in the final section of the bully catcher.
http://www.safeschoolscoalition.org/movies/bullycatcher_resource.pdf (50 KB 1 page pdf file)


Alone, together Bullycatcher Template: provided for those who are interested in creating their own bully catcher.
http://www.safeschoolscoalition.org/movies/bullycatcher_template1.pdf (43 KB 1 page pdf file)

To contact the filmmakers, use this form.

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