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Character Education Bullying Presentation

Meegan Lawlor/ Michelle Lividini
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Meegan Lawlor

on 1 October 2013

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Transcript of Character Education Bullying Presentation

Dr. Lividini, Mrs. Lawlor
Bullying
Avoiding situations you think
might be trouble

Walking away

Letting an adult know
What helps?
Ways Bystanders can help:
We will not bully others.
We will try to help students who are bullied.
We will make it a point to include students who are easily left out.
If we know that somebody is being bullied, we will tell an adult at school.
Rye Neck Middle School Rules Against Bullying
When someone could get hurt
when you can't fix it on your own
When you feel uncomfortable
When should I let an adult know?
What is Bullying?
- someone is bullied when they are exposed, repeatedly and over time, to negative actions on the part of one or more students.
-must be an imbalance of power
Direct
hitting, kicking, shoving, spitting, taunting, teasing, degrading racial or sexual comments, threatening or obscene gestures
Indirect
Getting someone else to assault someone, spreading rumors, excluding someone, cyberbullying
Bystanders
Cyberbullying
Insults
Taunting
Spreading Rumors
Posting things online that hurt or embarrass someone.
Once things go online, they can be used over and over again- you have no control over it!
Cyber Bullying
Escalating Conflict
Physical Violence
Questions?
Bystanders-
People who are neither the victim, nor the bully, in a bullying situation. Most people are bystanders. They can strongly impact a situation!
What are some things that students do that take a conflict to the next level?
Really get to know your classmates- people change!
Treat others the way you want to be treated.
Think of how you can help.
Where do we go from here?
See:

Mrs. Lawlor
Dr. Lividini
Dr. Lutinski
Your teachers
Any adult in the buliding!
Dignity for All Students Act
Schools must do everything they can to prevent bullying- including teaching students about bullying.

Schools must intervene when bullying is believed to have occurred.
Bystanders who made the situation worse:
What did they do?
What didn't they do?
Bystanders who made the situation better:
What did they do?
What didn't they do?
Rye Neck Middle School
2013-2014
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