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  • Dealing with a bully is hard for kids especially at school. As parents, we do have a big part by giving smart strategies and tips to prepare our kids on how to handle bullying kids when we are not around to protect them. I am a parent and I'm worried and I don't want anyone to experience threatening cases like this especially my kids. As a way of helping everyone especially the parents, who still find it quite hard to manage issues like this, I found this great application which featured safety app which gets me connected to a Safety Network or escalate my call to the nearest 911 when needed, it has other cool features that are helpful for your kids with just a press of a Panic Button. Check it here: http://safekidzone.com/eMail/ProtectorPlus/SafeKidZone/
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  • Say: Welcome everyone to my presentation on School Bullying “The effects is having on our youth!!” Today I will walk you through some real life facts on bullying and how it’s impacting the victims grade and attendance. We will also discuss some preventable programs (in and out school) that can help victims of bullying.
  • Say:Let’s first start by understanding the meaning of bullying. (Click) Definition of bullying: Can be characterized by repeated, unprovoked harassment of another individual in which that individual has difficulty defending him or herself(Click) Some examples of bullying are: Pushing, Shoving, Teasing and Ganging up
  • Say: They’re many different types of bullying. Today will focus on four types:(Click) Verbal bullying: This is the most common type. It includes name-calling, offensive remarks or consistently making the person the butt of jokes.(Click) Intimidation: Any type if verbal threat with the purpose of making the victim give in to the bully’s demand is considered under this category(Click) Physical bullying: Although usually portrayed as the most common type in the movies, it only comes second to verbal bullying. Any aggressive hitting, pulling or shoving is classified under this type(Click) Social alienation: We usually see this in teenage films wherein the main character, typically is excluded from groups by pompous girlsSay: Now lets take a look at some facts on bullying and their victims
  • Say: Now let’s take a look at some true and hard facts on bullying(Click) Between 15% to 30% of students are bullies or victims(Click) The American Medical Association conducted that 3.2 Million kids from grades 6 to 10 are victims of moderate or serious bullying(Click) From 1994 to 1999, they have been 253 violent deaths in schools(Click) Did you know that Bullying is the most common form of violencein our society
  • (Cont.)Say: As you can see, the highest rate of bullying happens during elementary school and middle school.Say: Now that you have a deeper understanding facts on bullying, lets take a look at the effects that bullying have on their victims
  • Say: Bullying can leave their victims suffering and in a lot of emotional distress. Here are some other types of suffering that victims encounter:(Click) Sadness(Click) Low self-esteem(Click) Anxiety(Click) Hard time making friends(Click) Bad grades (10% if teenagers miss a day or more per month)(Click) Possible violence (Victims turn into bullies themselves)Say: Now let’s take a look a video that touches more on the effect of bullying
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  • Say: For those out there that feel there is nothing to do to stop these bullies… well think again!! Help is here and it comes from Make Beats Not Beat Downs (MBNBD)(Click) What is MBNBD? The MBNBD is dedicated to helping you find the best help and resources available to helping bullies and bullied youth. (Click) With anti-bullying programs that offer a variety of supporting websites.Websites like:(Click) ESRnational.org(Click) PeacefulSchoolsInternational.org(Click) NoBully.com(Click) Cfchildren.org(Click) SafeYouth.orgNote to facilitator: At this time, pass out the MBNBD hand-outs to the audience
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  • Say: Other programs like Stan Davis Stop bullying now that since the 1990’s has put all his energy towards helping schools prevent bullying. (Click) Stan is co-leading the Youth Voice Research Project which has collected information over 13,000 young people in the U.S on what works and what doesn’t in bullying prevention
  • Say: (Click) Norwegian researcher, Dan Olweus has developed an approach that targets the context in which bullying occurs(Click) The approach has reduced the bullying by 50% and includes the following:Note to facilitator: Read each bullet point in detailed
  • Say: Let’s take a look at some of Olweus groundwork layout(Click) Coordinate with other schools in district(Click) Assess the extent if the problem(Click) Establish a coordinating team(Click) Involve the entire school community
  • Say: Now that we have discussed Olweus groundwork layout, let’s look at several anti-bullying programs that are available to anyone.(Click) The Olweus Bully Prevention Program(Click) Bully-Proofing Your Middle School(Click) Peace Builders(Click) PATHS (Providing Alternative Thinking Strategies)(Click) RCCP (Resolving Conflict Creatively Program)(Click) Second StepNote to facilitator: At this time, pass out the anti-bullying program hand-outs to the audience
  • Say: In closing, bullies and the victims gain nothing but:(Click) Hurt Feelings(Click) Ruining peoples lives(Click) Scared kids(Click) Turning innocent kids to mean one(Click) Selfishness (Click) Pain(Click) Programs like:(Click) Stop Bullying Now(Click) Make Beats Not Beat Downs(Click) and Dan Olwes’s ground work layout(Click) Should be implemented in all schools
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  • 1. Pedro HernandezBusiness Applications and PresentationsCentenary CollegeFebruary 7, 2012
  • 2.  Definition and examples of bullies Different types of bullying Facts on bullies and their victims Effects on bullying Your not alone…Help is here Stan Davis: Stop bullying now Olwes Prevention and intervention Olwes ground work layout Anti-Bullying programs Conclusion
  • 3.  Definition of bullying:Bullying can be characterized by repeated, unprovokedharassment of another individual in which that individualhas difficulty defending him or herself. Examples of bullying: - Pushing - Shoving - Teasing - Ganging up Source: www.targetbully.com
  • 4. Intimidation Verbal bullying Any type of verbal threat with the purpose of making This is the most common the victim give in to the type. It includes name- bully’s demands iscalling, offensive remarks or considered under this consistently making the category. person the butt of jokes. Physical bullying Social alienation Although usually portrayed We usually see this inas the most common type in teenage films wherein the the movies, it only comes main character, typically a second to verbal bullying. demure type, is excluded Any aggressive hitting, from groups by pompous pulling or shoving is girls classified under this type. Source: http://www.bullyinginschools.com/Bullying-Facts.html
  • 5.  Between 15% to 30% of students are bullies or victims The American Medical Association conducted that 3.2 Million kids from grades 6 to 10 are victims of moderate or serious bullying From 1994 to 1999, they have been 253 violent deaths in schools. Source:www.nasponline.org/resources/factsheets/bullying_fs.asp
  • 6. The highest rate of bullying happensduring elementary school and middleschool Source: http://www.isafe.org/channels/sub.php?ch=op&sub_id=media_bullying
  • 7.  Victims (kids) of bullying can suffer from the following:- Sadness- Low self-esteem- Anxiety- Hard time making friends- Bad grades (10% of teenagers miss a day or more per month)- Possible violence ( Victims turn into bullies themselves) Source: http://effectsofbullying.net/
  • 8. Source: http://www.youtube.com/v/-fREFe8eEoQ
  • 9.  Make Beats Not Beat Downs (MBNBD):- The MBNBD is dedicated to helping you find the best help & resources available to helping bullies & bullied youth Anti-bullying programs offer a variety of websites offering support:-ESRnational.org - Training, Workshops, & More To Help Create Your OwnAnti-Bully Program-PeacefulSchoolsInternational.org - Resources, Support and Ideas-CreatePeace in Your Childrens School Now!-NoBully.com - No Bully helps schools and school districts to develop an anti-bullying policy and implement campus-wide programs to address bullying-CFchildren.org - The program is divided into three phases: Phase 1: Get theWhole School on Board Your school establishes a school wide framework ofanti-bullying policies.-SafeYouth.org - Offers great articles & resources to Anti-Bullying Efforts andsolutions. Source: http://makebeatsnotbeatdowns.org/
  • 10. Please wait for video Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HX11A0NtyU
  • 11. Source: http://www.stopbullyingnow.com/aboutstandavis.htm
  • 12. Source:http://www.nasponline.org/resources/principals/nassp_bullying.aspx
  • 13.  Coordinate with other schools in your district: Students will do best if they receive consistent bullying prevention training throughout their schooling as they move through grade levels and among schools. Assess the extent of the problem: Administer separate school wide surveys to students and staff members to identify prevalence, attitudes, knowledge, gaps in perception, and specific areas or aspects of the problem that you may need to target, such as locations or times when bullying occurs most often and particular concerns such as sexual harassment or "cyber bullying.“ Establish a coordinating team. This group will help develop and implement school wide activities. Select individuals who are knowledgeable about the issue and respected in the school community and who are good communicators and consensus builders (include a mental health professional, parents, and students). A separate specially trained team should provide intensive interventions to individual students. Involve the entire school community: Be prepared for some initial resistance. Staff members may not see a need for a program or may feel overwhelmed at the thought of adding yet another objective to the year. Students may be skeptical if bullying has persisted for a long time. Parents may be concerned about diverting resources from the core curriculum or unconvinced that all students, including their child, will benefit by learning anti-bullying skills. Elicit regular input and provide consistent information to all groups. Source:http://www.nasponline.org/resources/principals/nassp_bullying.aspx
  • 14. The Olweus Bully Prevention Programhttp://modelprograms.samhsa.gov/pdfs/FactSheets/Olweus%20Bully.pdfBully-Proofing Your Middle Schoolwww.sopriswest.com/swstore/product.asp?sku=454Peace Builderswww.peacebuilders.comPATHS (Providing Alternative Thinking Strategies)www.channing-bete.com/positiveyouth/pages/PATHS/PATHS.htmlRCCP (Resolving Conflict Creatively Program)www.esrnational.org/ms/prevent/msrccp/msrccp.htmSecond Stepwww.cfchildren.org/program_ss.shtml Source:http://www.nasponline.org/resources/principals/nassp_bullying.aspx
  • 15. In conclusion, bullies and victims gain nothing but: Hurt feelings Ruining peoples lives Scared kids Turning innocent kids to mean one Selfishness Pain