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OLWEUS Anti-bullying Lesson 1

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James Holzapfel

on 10 September 2012

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Transcript of OLWEUS Anti-bullying Lesson 1

Class Meeting 1 OLWEUS Bullying Prevention What ground rules do you think are necessary so that everyone feels comfortable talking? Meeting ground rules Monthly class meetings provide a safe environment to voice concerns. The meetings will center around student concerns and are not related to specific individuals or school subjects. Topics may include . . .
bullying prevention
peer relations
school safety and climate
respect for students and staff
other student ideas Why class meetings? What is bullying? In what ways do students bully?
Have you been bullied?
Have you been a bully?
Have you witnessed someone being bullied? Did you want to stop it? Questions to consider. . . There are three characteristics to bullying behavior.
1) Purposeful with intent to cause harm.
2) Imbalance of power.
3) Repeatedly done over time. A school-wide plan that allows students and staff to discuss school issues in a safe and welcoming environment. What is OLWEUS? Sign the pledge.
I will not bully others.
I will try to help people who are bullied.
I will try to include students who are left out.
If I know that somebody is being bullied, I will tell an adult at school and an adult at home.
Become and upstander.
Join STAND. Next steps . . .
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