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Title: School Violence


1
School Violence Bullying

Its Not Funny Anymore!
2
Introduction
  • Identifying a Bully
  • Understand Bullying
  • Ending Bullying What Works

3
Identifying a Bully
  • Taking, damaging, or hiding other children's
    possessions or demanding money from them
  • Manipulating others, getting them to do things
    that they may not want to do
  • Telling other children not to be friends with a
    target child
  • Hitting, kicking, tripping, or pushing another
    child
  • Concrete behaviors
  • Name calling, threatening, intimidating, or
    bossing others
  • Rumor spreading or making up stories to get other
    children in trouble
  • Teasing other children and making remarks about
    their culture, religion, ethnicity, weight,
    physical appearance, disabilities, or medical
    conditions
  • Picking on other children, even when they're upset

4
Understanding Bullying
  • The bullying relationship is characterized by an
    imbalance of power.
  • The child who bullies typically is bigger, older,
    stronger, or more popular than the victim of
    bullying, and his or her intent is to exert power
    over the victim.
  • Bullies hurt others in order to feel strong and
    powerful at a given moment.

5
Who are the victims?
  • The stereotypical image of the bullied child is
    the passive victim. He or she
  • avoids confrontation,
  • is physically slight, quiet,
  • does not tease others, and does not defend him-
    or herself from the bully.
  • The passive victim turns inward when
    bulliedcrying and withdrawing rather than
    fighting back.

6
Effects on Victim
  • Victims of bullying suffer psychological and
    sometimes physical scars that last a lifetime
  • Victims report greater fear and anxiety, feel
    less accepted, suffer from more health problems
  • Victims score lower on measures of academic
    achievement

7
Effects on the Bully
  • Bullies fail to learn how to cope, manage their
    emotions, and communicate effectively
  • They don't learn how to have genuine
    relationships with other people
  • Bullies develop into adult bullies who are more
    likely to experience criminal troubles, be
    abusive toward their spouses, and have more
    aggressive children, perhaps continuing the cycle
    of bullying into the next generation.

8
Ending Bullying What Works
  • Involvement of students in increasing awareness,
    understanding, and knowledge about bullying
  • Encouragement of students to seek help when
    victimized or witnessing victimization
  • A plan to deal with instances of bullying
  • Obey class and school rules and policies
    regarding bullying and appropriate social
    behavior
  • A school wide community of respect in which every
    student is valued
  • Collaboration between parents, educators, service
    providers, and students to reinforce messages and
    skills across settings (e.g., home, school,
    community)
  • Serious commitment to changing the school's
    culture to emphasize respect and eliminate
    bullying

9
Where to Get More Information
  • Local school staff
  • Clergy
  • Counselors
  • Online resources such as http//www.pta.org/bullyi
    ng/lifeafter.asp

10
Any Questions??
11
  • DIDNT THINK SO!!!!!
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