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Title: Caleb Laieski – 5 Steps to Stop and Prevent Bullying


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Caleb laieski - 5 Steps to Stop and Prevent
Bullying
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Pay attention
Right now there are many warning indicators which
may point to a bullying problem, such as
unexplained injuries, lost or destroyed personal
items, changes in eating habits, and avoidance of
institution or other social situations. However,
every student may well not exhibit indicators, or
may go to great extent to hide it. This kind of
is where paying attention is most valuable.
Employ students on a
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Don't ignore it
Never imagine a situation is harmless teasing.
Different students have different Level of
coping what may be regarded as teasing to one
may be humiliating and distressing to a
different. Whenever a scholar feels threatened
in any way, take it significantly, and assure the
college student that you are there to them and
will help.
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Remain calm
When you get involved, refuse to argue with
either student. Model the respectful behavior you
assume from the students. Earliest make sure
everyone is safe which no person needs immediate
medical assistance. Reassure the students
involved, as well as the bystanders. Clarify to
them what should happen next -- bystanders go on
to their expected destination while the students
involved should be taken separately to a secure
place.
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Dont make the students involved apologize and/or
shake hands on the spot
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Get appropriate professional help
Take care not to give any advice away from level
of expertise. Somewhat than make any
presumptions, if you deem there are any
underlying and unsolved issues, refer the student
to a doctor, counselor, school psychologist,
sociable worker, or other appropriate
professional.
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