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Bullying

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Kasey Pilling

on 25 June 2015

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Transcript of Bullying

CHARACTERISTICS OF A BULLY:
Unexplained injuries
Lost belongings
Declining grades
Change in eating habits
CHARACTERISTICS OF A VICTIM
Identifies/enjoys bullying
Avoids the situation
Fears to intervene
Cheers person bullying
CHARACTERISTICS OF A BYSTANDER
Bullying
BYSTANDER EFFECT VIDEO
Types of Bullying
Fights
Aggressive
Competitive
Blames others for problems
Physical Bullying
Verbal Bullying
Emotional/ Social Bullying
EFFECTS

OF

BULLYING
LOSS OF
CONFIDENCE
ACCEPTANCE
GRADES
SUICIDE

TYPES OF BULLIES:
Aggressive bully
Passive bully
Bully-victim
BYSTANDERS MAY EXPERIENCE:
Unsafe feelings
Fear to associate with victim
Be drawn to bullying through peer pressure
What to do when you
observe
bullying
Get Involved
Targeted victims:
Offer Support
LGBT Youth
Obese Youth
Disabled Youth
Report It
TYPES OF VICTIMS
Passive Victims
Bully-Victims
False Victims
Talking About Bullying
School

Online

Workplace
In Schools
Assess the Bullying
Use Assessments

Involve Everyone
Analyze Findings
Engage the Community
Cyberbullying
School Staff

Students
Parents
Create Policies and Rules
School Mission Statement
Code Of Conduct
Student's Rights
Build a Safe Environment
Establish A Reporting System
Create a Supportive Environment
Manage Classrooms
Classroom Meetings
Educate
Activities
Research-based Programs
Staff Training
Cyber Bullying Prevention
Saving Evidence
Report Threats
Being Relentless
Preventing Communication with bully
Workplace Bullying
The Four Step Process:
6-Step Process
True or False...
Bullying involves only perpetrators and victims.
True or False...
Bullying usually happens when no one is around.
True or False...
Spreading rumors is a form of bullying.
True or False...
Bullies are bullies and victims are victims.
True or False...
Bullying always includes physical aggression.
True or False...
The bully is always bigger.
True or False...
Bullying ends when you grow up.
True or False...
Bullying is a major cause of suicide.
True or False...
There is one clear way to solve the problem.
True or False...
Boys are more likely to be bullied.
Bullying

LOWER SELF ESTEEM
FEELING THAT THEY ARE NOT GOOD ENOUGH
FEELING LIKE THEY ARE AN OUTSIDER
LIKE THEY DONT BELONG
"Maybe my death will make people realize that words can hurt as much as, if not more than, physical blows."
Types of bullying...
Physical

Verbal

Social/Emotional

Cyber
Roles in bullying...
Bullies

Victims

Bystanders
True or False...
Most bullying now happens online.
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