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Senior Project, Bullying.
Transcript of Senior Project, Bullying.
guidance and nurses office. bully boxes 8% of students miss 1 day of class per month for fear of Bullies
43% fear harassment in the bathroom at school
46% of males, and 26% of females reported they had been in physical fights
More youth violence occurs on school grounds as opposed to on the way to school
28% of youths who carry weapons have witnessed violence at home Statistics about Bullying things to look out for... In Mass. Nine teenagers were charged in connection with the suicide death of a 15 year old High School student Phoebe Prince On the day of her death Prince was harassed as she studied in the school library, and as she walked in the school hallways and later as she walked home The school knew about this and did not do anything about it.
Prince's mother had spoken to at least two school staff members about the bullying, and some faculty had intervened and reported it, but administrators failed to intervene Phoebe Prince there are many different side effects that people being bullied suffer from.
- low self-esteem
- post traumatic stress disorder
- depression kids in schools today are bullied because they are "different".
-if you are gifted
some bullies pick on people with different..
- sexual orientation
- physical disability
bullies degrade other people to feel better about themselves. What is the Bully Box?
The Bully Box is a box kept in the guidance office and nurses office. Students can write about any incidents where they have been bullied or where they have seen someone bullied. What is the purpose of the Bully Box? Students are often afraid to tell staff about bullying incidents at school. The Bully Box provides a confidential and anonymous way for students
to aid staff in helping prevent further bullying incidents,
and to increase our attention and awareness to who is bullying,
who is being bullied, and where it is happening. - they often bully to get attention.
*the adult figures in their lives may not pay any attention to them
so they act out and get in trouble. What I did to help... poster explaining... many young teenagers get verbally bullied in school and can not take it anymore. they do not go to their parents, teachers or friends. here is one example... not wanting to go to school not happy, ever bad dreams they no longer have an appetite school work gets worse - another reason could be because they want approval from others.
* if they are new and want to fit in.
- at home they might be bullied so when they are in school they like to be in control for once.
- they like to feel better then their victim.
* like they are more powerful and better. Cyber Bullying... bullying done by the internet and by text messages. - teenagers leave mean messages on their page
- upload embarrassing photos
- pretend to be someone to harm another peson
- spread rumors easily * cyber bullying is worse because everyone in the world can see it. it is easier to cyber bully because the bully is anonymous and more secretive. * the information is on the internet and may never get deleted. statistics on cyber bullying - around half of teens have been the victims of cyber bullying
- 1 in 10 teens tells a parent if they have been a cyber bully victim
- Fewer than 1 in 5 cyber bullying incidents are reported to law enforcement
- 1 in 10 adolescents or teens have had embarrassing or damaging pictures taken of themselves without their permission
- about 1 in 5 teens have posted or sent sexually suggestive or nude pictures of themselves to others
- girls are somewhat more likely than boys to be involved in cyber bullying preventing cyber bullying... - If a student gets bullied they should tell someone, even if they are not hurt by the messages they can do it to someone else and hurt their feelings. - If it is on a networking website delete or block that person. - If a student feels uncomfortable talking about the situation offer them other ideas like a journal that the person they trust only can read. Why I decided on bullying...