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Title: Addressing


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  • Addressing Bullying Social Aggression
  • Student Support Services
  • Humble ISD

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Maintaining a Positive School Climate 100 of the
students, 100 of the time
  • Humble ISD utilizes a 3 tiered approach in
    addressing social aggression on campuses.
  • The following pyramid outlines specific
    interventions used to address bullying social
    aggression.

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Bullying Social Aggression Intervention Pyramid
Level 3 Interventions Classroom change,
EBSP/DAEP, Campus Transfer, Behavior Facilitators
  • Level 2 Interventions
  • 1. Investigation
  • Disciplinary Action for Perpetrator
  • Personal Counseling for both the perpetrator and
    the victim

Level 1 Interventions Making Connections
Why Try Guidance
Lessons
Campus PBIS Be The Change
Level 1 Interventions Making Connections Why
Try Guidance Lessons Campus PBIS Be The
Change
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Making Connections
  • Life is not a destination. Life is a journey.
    As long as you continue the journey,
  • you will always be a success.
  • Albert Camus

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Humble ISDs Guidance and Counseling Program
  • The guidance curriculum teaches students the
    skills they need to prevent, to identify, to
    respond to, and to seek help for acts of social
    aggression.
  • To meet this goal, every counselor will present 1
    guidance lesson per grade level in each grading
    period.

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Why Try? Connecting Students to opportunity,
Freedom, and self-respect
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Positive Behavior Intervention Support
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  • Be the Change 
  • Addressing Bullying Social Aggression
  • Student Support Services
  • Humble ISD

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Bullying Defined
  • Texas Education Code Definition Section
    37.0832
  • Bullying occurs when a student or group of
    students engages in written or verbal expression,
    expression through electronic means, or physical
    conduct that occurs on school property, at a
    school-sponsored or school-related activity, or
    in a vehicle operated by the District that
  • Has the effect or will have the effect of
    physically harming a student, damaging a
    students property, or placing a student in
    reasonable fear of harm to the students person
    or of damage to the students property OR

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Bullying Defined
  • Is sufficiently severe, persistent, and pervasive
    enough that the action or threat creates an
    intimidating, threatening, or abusive educational
    environment for a student.
  • The conduct is considered bullying if it
  • Exploits an imbalance of power between the
    student perpetrator and the student victim
    through written or verbal expression or physical
    conduct
  • AND
  • Interferes with a students education or
  • substantially disrupts the operation of
    school.
  • -Humble ISD Board Policy

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Humble ISD

Any student who believes that he or she has
experienced bullying or believes that another
student has experienced bullying should
immediately report the alleged acts to a teacher,
counselor, principal, or other district employee.
A report may be made orally or in writing.
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How we can make a difference
  • By working together, we can create a place that
    is free of relational violence.
  • Commit to Be the Change

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The Social Majority
  • While some individuals bully, and others are the
    target of bullying, approximately 84 of a
    student population is in neither of these two
    groups. These students are the Social Majority.
  • Data from Grays Guide to Bullying

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Reducing Bullying Social Aggression
  • Bullying
  • One or more individuals inflicting physical,
    verbal or emotional abuse on another
  • Types of Bullying
  • Physical
  • Verbal
  • Relational
  • Cyber

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Did you know?
  • The average bullying episode is 28 seconds
  • If a bystander intervenes, the average drops to 7
    seconds
  • Not knowing how to respond is a common deterrent
    to intervening

Adapted from Michael Dreiblatt
Balance Educational Services
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I was just kidding . . .
  • Playful Teasing
  • Teaser and person being teased can easily swap
    roles
  • Maintain dignity
  • Pokes fun in lighthearted manner, meant to
    entertain both parties
  • Stops when the other person objects or becomes
    upset
  • Bullying Behavior
  • Imbalanced, one person has the power during the
    interaction
  • Intended to harm
  • Involves humiliating or cruel comments thinly
    disguised as jokes
  • Repeated and continues when the target becomes
    upset or says, Stop

Adapted from Michael Dreiblatt--Balance
Educational Services
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What Can We Do?
  • Kids notice what adults do (response vs. no
    response)
  • Bystanders will often not respond unless they see
    others routinely respond
  • Create a school culture of collective concern
  • and empower bystanders in 3 easy steps
  • 1. Stop the interaction
  • 2. Name the behavior
  • 3. Remind students of school expectation
  • Treat others with Respect!

Adapted from Michael Dreiblatt--Balance
Educational Services
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3 Steps in Action
  • Non-Confrontational Communication
  • Stop that. It looked like you were trying to
    trip your friend. We want you to be kind to each
    other here at school.
  • I dont think Matt likes having his backpack
    pulled. Remember we treat each other with
    Respect.
  1. Stop the interaction
  2. Name the behavior
  3. Reminder of school expectation

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Non-Confrontational Communication
  • Words should be.
  • Short
  • Sweet
  • To the point
  • Serve as a reminder
  • Tone should be.
  • Neutral
  • Calm
  • No sarcasm
  • Not a reprimand

Adapted from Michael Dreiblatt--Balance
Educational Services
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Be The Change
  • 3 Step approach
  • Simple and easy to use
  • Could make a big difference in how our students
    treat each other
  • Utilize the 3 Steps daily in the halls,
    classrooms and duty stations to address hurtful
    taunting
  1. Stop the interaction
  2. Name the behavior
  3. Reminder of school expectation

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Be the Change

Any staff member who learns that a student may be
experiencing bullying should immediately report
the situation to the principal or counselor.
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In Closing
  • Encourage others to Be the Change
  • Look for the good in others and within ourselves
  • Kindness is soft and subtle. It permeates
    everything it comes in contact with, and remains
    as a permanent reminder of what could and should
    be.
  • -Daphne Rose Kingma
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