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RCHS Bullying

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Casey Ebeling

on 24 March 2013

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Transcript of RCHS Bullying

BULLYING Band-Aid Activity 48 Hour Bully-Free Challenge Cyber bullying was experienced at least one time by 43% of teens aged, 13-17.

Teens reported that in 77% of the cases, the cyber bully was someone they knew.

Girls claim to have been cyber bullied more than boys- 51% to 37%. A cyber bullying survey found: The Cyber Bullying Virus - Video We Need Volunteers!! True or False?

Bullies are insecure underneath their bravado?? Myth Buster Bullying Statistics
The Girl you just called fat? She has been starving herself & has lost over 30lbs.

The Boy you called stupid, he has a learning disability & studies over 4hrs a night.

The Girl you called ugly? She spends hours putting make-up on hoping people will like her.

The Boy you just tripped? He is abused enough at home.

There’s a lot more to people
than you think Did you ever think that… Over 25% of students have been bullied through their cell phones or through the internet.

More than half of the bullying stays hidden from parents or authorities. Cyber Bullying CYBER BULLYING High self-esteem

May be popular

More likely to engage in other problem behaviors later in life, such as criminal activity or alcohol or other drug abuse Characteristics of a Bully DIRECT (Face to face)

Verbal Physical
Insults, putdowns, Shoves, pushes, hitting,
teasing, harassment assaults

Rolling eyes, dirty looks, uttering threats, extortion Bullying Can Also Be… Verbal
Cyber Types of Bullying Bullying is any ongoing physical or verbal mistreatment where the victim (target) is exposed repeatedly to negative actions on the part of one or more students. What is Bullying? Answer: D. 160,000 A. 3,000
B. 48,000
C. 120,000
D. 160,000 How many students miss school everyday due to fear of attack or intimidation by other students? Did You Know? Rowan County High School
9th Grade Health
Mental and Emotional Health Unit



Suicide Victims May Experience: INDIRECT
(Behind someone’s back)

Exclusion Relational Aggression
Leaving out, shunning Telling people not to be
friends with the victim

Lowering people’s opinion about the victim Bullying Can Be… EACH TOOK THEIR OWN LIFE BECAUSE THEY WERE BULLIED What Do These Kids Have in Common? FALSE: Research indicates that their self-esteem is average or above average 7 minutes 37 seconds Someone gets bullied once every: The average bullying behavior lasts only: Teachers notice and intervene in only 1 out of: 25 times I won't stand for....
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