Anti- Bullying

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Anti- Bullying
th
7
Graders
“Bullying Stops Here!”
Definition
Bullying is when kids hurt or scare
other kids on purpose, and it is
repeated over time. When bullying
occurs there is an imbalance of
power between the two students.
Stopbullying.gov
3 Roles
1. Bully
2. Bullied
3. Bystander
The Bullied Student
77% of students have admitted to being a victim of bullying
• The bullied student feels:
– Unworthy of respect,
unpopular, isolated, shamed.
– Boys are less likely than girls
to tell an adult.
Coloroso, Barbara (2010). The Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander: From Preschool to High School--How Parents and Teachers Can Help
Break the Cycle (Updated Edition) (p. 49). HarperCollins e-books. Kindle Edition.
4 Markers of Bullying
• Imbalance of power
• Intent to harm
• Threat of further
aggression
• Terror
The Bully
Bullying is not about anger. It’s not even
about conflict. It’s often about contempt—a
powerful feeling of dislike toward
somebody considered to be worthless,
inferior, or undeserving of respect.
Bullying can also be about an attempt to
increase social status among peers or friends.
Bullying
Then & Now
H. Priebe-Diaz, Human Relations, Diversity & Equity
Types of Bullying
• Verbal Bullying
• Non-Verbal Bullying
• Physical Bullying
• Relational Bullying
• Cyber Bullying
Cyber Bullying
• Facebook, emails, text
messages, IM, Ask FM,
any electron form of
communication
• Stop-
• Block• Tell-
• Stop- Stop communicating
• NOTE: Cyber bullying is
more than a school issue it
is a legal issue. Police can • Block- Block them from
your contacts
become involved if it is
founded that cyber bullying
has occurred
• Tell- Tell an adult
Verbal Bullying
May include:
Hurtful namecalling, teasing,
gossiping, making
threats, making,
rude noises,
taunting, racial
slurs, sexual
comments.
Physical Bullying
May include:
Hitting, punching, pushing,
shoving, poking, kicking,
tripping, strangling, hair
pulling, fighting, beating,
biting, spitting.
Relational Bullying
May include:
Rejecting, terrorizing, extorting,
defaming, intimidating,
humiliating, blackmailing,
manipulating friendships,
isolating, ostracizing, using peer
pressure, or rating or ranking
personal characteristics.
Girl Drama
& Relational bullying
•
•
Cliques
Isolating
• ganging up
• siding
•
•
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Teasing
Clothes
Body image
Not all drama is bullying.
Tug-A-War Activity
Anne
Cindy
Katie
James
John
Bystander
• Over 6 million American schoolchildren
have been bullied in the past six
months. Whether you cheer on the
bully, or silently watch, you are
supporting the bully.
What can a bystander do?
Try to diffuse the situation.
If you can, stand up to the bully and let them know
that it's not okay. Take a stand
–“What you are doing is not right”
–“Knock it off.”
Report it at school
Refuse to watch
Don’t join in.
Support the victim. Let them know you care and
you don't think what happened to them was fair or
right.
Solution to ending bullying
Recognize
Refuse
Report
Recognize Respond Report
Staff
Referral
Teacher and
Assistant
Principal
Counselor
Investigation
Consequence
Communication
Documentation
Victim
Support
Teach Resiliency
Bully
Bullying Report Process
• 1. Target/ Bystander makes a report by filling out a
witness statement
• 2. Counseling support will be offered if the student
is in crisis
• 3. Investigation is conducted by Assistant Principal
Cooper
• 4. If bullying has occurred it is documented and
consequences are given
Review
• What can you do if you witness
bullying at school? What is the definition
of a bully?
• Out of the 3 roles of bullying, the Bully, the
Bullied, and the Bystander, who has the
greatest impact in helping to end bullying?
• How can a bystander help end bullying?
• How do you make a report of bullying?
THINK before you speak.
Everyone has the right to feel safe coming to school.
Our school is a great place to learn, play and have friends.
Nobody likes to be bullied
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