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Key Assessment - Bully Reporting System

This will describe how I created and developed an online system that children and parents can access to anonymously report bullying.
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Jolly Martinez

on 5 December 2012

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Transcript of Key Assessment - Bully Reporting System

Bully Reporting System Findings/Results Alignment with Standards Need & Development Application Frequency of Reports Since Implementation Tech Standards for Students: 1. Assess your present Bullying Program, or lack thereof
2. Educate your children on what true Bullying is.
3. Create a Google Doc Form
or a free or pre-made one
4. Link that survey onto your webpage, blog, school site, etc...
5. Create flier to 'advertise' the system
6. Teach students and inform parents
7. Have a great system in place to deal with the situations as they arise
8. Be prepared for some frustration Bullying Info Let's Check it Out NLINE J. Martinez Key Assessment 1 report in the first week
14 reports in 3 weeks Reporting Breakdown 0 parents - lack of literacy in technology
2 Anonymous
8 Students
2 Wacky
2 Samples
1 expected child & 1 unexpected child
Minimal conflicts resolved Cons Pros Easily Located Online
Bullying is being talked about
Students reporting for self, or friends
Parents feel like school is taking action Random incomplete forms
Children report any situation
Change name -
Staff Buy In
Administrator Buy In
Lack of at home technology Bullying Program Olweus Bullying Program
5 Classroom Lessons
Noted that 23/29 kids thought bullying was a problem
20 have seen or been bullied
17 of the 23 were afraid to report bullying The Online System An online anonymous tip system
Reports by Parents & Kids, or Others
Bilingual
Very Descriptive Questions
Parents and Students Informed and Taught Future Plans Talk to Administrators about Follow Thru
Role out a school wide bullying program
put bully facts, tips to stop bullying on the blog Bullying is often under-reported
Bullying happens to many boys and girls
Bullying entails a number of students who often do not know what to do to help
Bullying is prevalent and if children feel scared to 'tell' they may not say anything to anyone for Dieterich
Elementary School
D131 - Aurora, IL The survey is easily accessible via: My blog:
(http://dieterichsw.blogspot.com) My Teacher Webpage:
(www.d131.org) NETS-S.2 STANDARD - Social, Ethical, and Human Issues
2.A Students understand the ethical, cultural, and societal issues related to technology
NETS-S.6 STANDARD - Technology problem-solving and decision making tools
6.A Students use technology resources for solving problems and making informed decisions
6.B Students employ technology in the development of strategies for solving problems in the real world. Social Emotional Standards Teaching Tech Standards SEL STANDARD 2: Use social-awareness and interpersonal skills to establish and maintain positive relationships
Coveres bullying and ways to address this
Taking action to oppose bullying
Identifying problems and conflicts
SEL 3: Demonstrate decision making skills and responsible behaviors in personal, school, and community contexts.
Identify social norms and safety consideration
Make positive choices NETS- T4 STANDARD: Assessment and Evaluation
use tech resources to collect and analyze data
communicate findings to improve instructional practice and maximize student learning
(T5 - use tech to communicate with peers, parents, and larger community
NETs T6 STANDARD: Social, Ethical, Legal, and Human Issues.
promote safe and healthy use of technology resources
facilitate equitable access to technology resources for all students (bilingual, encouraged to come to our computers to report)
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