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BULLYING

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Laura Pirazzi

on 18 April 2017

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BULLYING

Some general info...
Characteristics of BULLIES
Lack empathy
View weaker children as prey, rather than as people to be protected
Low school connection
Avoid adult awareness
Lack adult role models
Aggressive impulses
Refuse to accept responsibility for their actions
Long-term findings

Consequences for VICTIMS
Emotional
depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, loneliness
Physical complaints
Academic
avoidance of school
Long-term findings:
depression and low self-esteem into adulthood

HE Chapter 10: Preventing Intentional Injuries and Violence
What are the four types of bullying?
Why does bullying continue?
Students:
do not tell adults
Parents/Teachers:
unaware, do not know how to intervene,
or just do not intervene
PHYSICAL
VERBAL
CYBER-BULLYING
RELATIONAL
What can SCHOOLS do?
What can TEACHERS do?
Ashamed
Afraid of retaliation
Don't think anyone can help
deny
minimize
blame
avoid
Examples:
hitting, kicking, pushing
Examples:
name calling, yelling, threatening
Electronically communicating threats, rumors, images, etc. through a post, email, text...
Examples:
spreading rumors, gossiping, excluding
Intentionally manipulating relationships
What is bullying?
intentional acts of
aggressive behaviors
intended to cause fear,
distress, harm
Assessment
Staff consensus:
School definition & intervention strategies
Consistent, appropriate consequences
lesser (mild teasing) vs. more strict (physical harm, harassing)
bullies & bystanders
Parent communication
Continually monitor & assess bully-prevention program

Create classroom rules
Respect
Enforce with consistency
Use proactive activities focused on prevention

Encourage EMPATHY
Courage Continuum:
What would you do? How much courage would it take? Why wouldn't you do the right thing?
1. The new kid is sitting alone at recess

2. You know a fight is going to happen at lunch- do you tell the teacher?

3. A mean group of kids is yelling "come here" at you
perspective-taking
find commonalities
bystanders:
Resource for teachers and parents:
Mindfulness
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