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Transcript of Bullying
in public Cyberbullying Using technology to bully Text messaging Posting videos, pictures, or stories that ridicule someone Spreading rumors through social networking sites An Imbalance of Power: Kids who bully use their power to control or harm others.
Repetition: Bullying behaviors happen more than once or have the potential to happen more than once. saying or writing mean things involves hurting someone’s reputation or relationships involves hurting a person’s body or possessions Who Plays a Role? The Bully Children that engage in bullying behavior towards their peers Have a small network of friends Crave attention Use blame, criticism, and false allegations View targets as objects Thrive on feelings of dominance-encouraged by targets fighting back Lack empathy / compassion and respond with a flat affect Refuse to accept responsibility for their actions Concerned with own wants and pleasures not the needs and rights of others. Tend to hurt other kids when adults are not around A person (or group of persons) who is exposed repeatedly and over time to
negative actions on the part of one or more other persons The Passive Target Quiet, sensitive, and cautiously interacts with peers Appear more physically and emotionally weak Difficulty making / keeping friends More comfortable with adults then peers Lack skills of assertiveness Diminished self-confidence When faced with conflict, may withdraw, run away, break down or cry The Provocative Target May be labeled as “bully”, but actually is a target trying to have pride May seek younger targets to pick on Personal qualities seem to invite others picking on them Instead of shrinking back from conflict, they are restless Pesky behavior and repeatedly irritate / provoke others Rather then “back down”, they tend to lose the fight The Bystander Bystanders may include any person or group of people who witness bullying
incidents Involved in some capacity in most bullying episodes More respectful and friendly toward bullies then the targets Seldom intervene to stop the bullying Feel empathy for the target Fear becoming target if associated with target Afraid of doing something that will make the situation worse May feel guilt for
not intervening Lack knowledge and skills in how to help or intervene in bully harassment conflict Who Can Be Bullied? Those perceived as weak or unable to defend themselves Do not get along well with others, seen as annoying or provoking, or antagonize others for attention Anyone The Defender These children actively comfort the child being bullied They may come to the child's defense when bullying occurs Want bullying to stop Feel like they can help the target stand up to the bully Doesn't like the bully depressed anxious low self esteem less popular People perceived as different Anxious Insecure What effects can
bullying have? Who does bullying affect? The Bully The Target The Bystander Effects on the Bystander Anxiety and
depression Miss or skip school Increase use of alcohol and tobacco Effects on the Target Depression
and anxiety Loner Effects on the Bully Stay in abusive relationships Lonely and seek comfort with