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Michael Dreiblatt

President at Stand Up to Bullying
Manchester Center, Vermont
Are you losing sleep, worried about bullying and keeping students safe?

Worrying about bullying doesn’t just keep students up at night. Keeping children safe is a problem that keeps principals, teachers, parents and school staff awake at night too.
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Are you losing sleep, worried about bullying and keeping students safe?

Worrying about bullying doesn’t just keep students up at night. Keeping children safe is a problem that keeps principals, teachers, parents and school staff awake at night too.

School shootings and the threat of violence at school has become the new normal. More pervasive and lethal today than in the past, bullying exacts a terrible toll on the overall school community—targets, perpetrators, and bystanders—robbing students of their opportunities to learn and inflicting emotional scars that can last a lifetime.

Bullying is a relationship problem. Bullies are not the cause of the problem. They are the result of the problem. The problem is in the climate of the school. Your school must do a lot more than put an anti-bullying poster on the front door to be bully-free.

Michael Dreiblatt of Manchester Center Vermont has successfully trained over 500,000 students, teachers, faculty, staff and parents to stop bullying and improve school climate. Mike continuously improves content and delivery methods using research based best practices and techniques, providing schools and businesses with the most effective bullying prevention programs available today. His realistic and upbeat message helps schools create a positive culture and shows students how to safely and effectively stop the bullying. Mike has been as been a guest speaker in 43 states, authored two books and helped hundreds of schools and districts across America to stop the bullying.

Mike’s master’s degree is in school leadership with a specialization in curriculum & assessment. He has served as a principal, dean of students, teacher, grant writer and mediator. Michael has been a national speaker since 2001. His first book, How to Stop Bullying and Social Aggression, provides K–8 teachers, school administrators, and counselors with fun, interactive lessons and activities that stop bullying, support students’ safety and well-being, promote healthy social-emotional development, and improve academic achievement. Mike’s second book, The Wallop Story, includes lots of fun role plays and step-by-step help on how to stand up to bullies.

People learn best when they are having fun. Whether online or in person, Mike Dreiblatt presents the most engaging workshops you have ever seen. With his proven bullying prevention process, you get more bullying prevention success in less time then you thought possible. You get improved discipline, less disruption, more teaching time, safer students, happier teachers, staff and parents, no law suits and no viral videos. Attend this webinar now, so you can sleep at night and stop worrying about the safety of your students.

Contact Michael Dreiblatt at 802-362-5448 or [email protected]

About Me

How does your service stand out?
National speaker presenting keynotes, seminars, webinars and workshops on bullying prevention, character education, school climate and behavior management to thousands of faculty, staff, students, and parents

Michael Dreiblatt of Manchester Center Vermont has successfully trained over 500,000 students, teachers, faculty, staff and parents to stop bullying and improve school climate. Mike continuously improves content and delivery methods using research based best practices and techniques, providing schools and businesses with the most effective bullying prevention programs available today. His realistic and upbeat message helps schools create a positive culture and shows students how to safely and effectively stop the bullying. Mike has been as been a guest speaker in 43 states, authored two books and helped hundreds of schools and districts across America to stop the bullying.
What have you written or published within your profession?
How to Stop Bullying and Social Aggression, provides K–8 teachers, school administrators, and counselors with fun, interactive lessons and activities that stop bullying, support students’ safety and well-being, promote healthy social-emotional development, and improve academic achievement.

The Wallop Story, includes lots of fun role plays and step-by-step help on how to stand up to bullies.

Featured in numerous newspaper and magazine articles related to bullying prevention, character education and school climate.
How does your service stand out?
These are our sustaining values. They are the guiding principles that form the basis of our work. Research -based and based on our experience, all our work flows from this well of knowledge.

1. Social Skills Are Not Innate Social skills are vital to academic and social success, but social skills requirements vary according to situations. This sometimes makes it difficult for children to meet the community norms or expectations. Students need to learn and practice social skills for a variety of situations to be socially and academically successful.

2. Learning is Social Students retain new social and academic lessons better when there is a positive social competent. Having fun when learning leads to more meaning, deeper and more lasting learning.

3. Clear Community Norms Build Strong Communities Social skills as well as academic success happens faster in a supportive school community that teaches clear, positive and action-oriented expectations.

4. Scaffolded Learning Academic social or any other type of learning takes time. Social and academic skills must be practiced. Using phased in, incremental learning with the right amount of practice, moves students progressively toward stronger understanding and, ultimately, greater independence in the learning process.

5. Different Ages – Different Stages Students have different academic and social needs at various times of their lives. Understanding and working with these needs is as important as the information that students need to learn.

6. Students Have to Be in It, To Win It Learning is not passive. Students learn best when they active and involved in creating their own understanding and meaning.

7. Adults Are Part of The Team Trust between students and adults and adults and adults is needed for positive academic and social growth. Students learn better when adults demonstrate to students s that they are working as a team on behalf of the students.

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Associations

Association Position
Vermont Association for the Education of Young Children (VAEYC) Member
National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Member
International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) Accredited Provider

Education

School Degree Graduation Year
Upper Valley Educators Institute Principal Internship Program 2016
Hofstra University Bachelor of Arts Psychology, Philosophy Minor 1986
Upper Valley Graduate School of Education Master in School Leadership, Specialization in Curriculum & Assessment 2016

Contact Information

Stand Up to Bullying

136 Clover Ln
Manchester Center, VT 05255