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Bullying

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Natalie Fikac

on 26 September 2016

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Transcript of Bullying

Bullying....
Everything You
Need to Know....
Statistics...
Types of bullying:
Verbal
Physical
Emotional
Cyber Bullying
Important Definitions
:
Target
Bully
Bystander
Ally
Statistics within
Our School
(or most other schools)
So....what can we do?
Important Terms to Know:
Passive
Aggressive
Assertive
How Can You Stop the Hurt?
Avoid It!
Ignore It!
Walk Away From It!
Laugh At It!
Tell them to STOP!
Get Help from a
Friend or Adult!
Write Down What
Happened...Turn It In!
Document It!
Pay Them a Compliment!
Make Them Your Friend!
Agree With Them!
Joke About It!
Suggest a Solution!
Make a lot of Noise...Bullies
Don't Want to Get In Trouble!
Be Assertive:
Look Them In the Eye
Speak In a Firm Voice
Stand Up Straight
Walk Like You Have a Purpose
Statistics:

At Least 1 in 4 teens are bullied.
As many as 160,000 students stay home on any given day because they are being bullied.
1 in 5 kids admits to "bullying" or being a "bully"
Playground statistics; every 7 minutes someone is bullied
Adult intervention - 4% / Peer intervention - 11% / No intervention - 85%
Safe School Ambassadors
- At Junior High Level
-At High School Level
W.I.T.
Walk Away
Ignore It
Talk It Out

There are lots of Resources Available:
GCCISD - District Website
www.stopbullying.gov
www.pacerteensagainstbullying.org

Natalie Fikac
RSS Sterling High School
natalie.fikac@gccisd.net
281.420.4500

"A student is being bullied or victimized when he or she is exposed, repeatedly and over time, to negative actions of the part of one or more other students."

Dan Olweus
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