Bully Prevention
Objectives
During Advisory
I.Students and teachers will understand the Stop, Walk,
and Talk strategy as i...
Bully Prevention
I.

Valor School Wide RulesWho We Are!!!

a. Be Safe
b. Be Respectful
c. Be Responsible
II. Who has an ex...
Bully Prevention
III. How about examples of ignoring the rules
in how we treat each other.
a. For Be Safe
b. For Be Respec...
Bully Prevention
IV. Let’s discuss the Power of Choice
Why do kids exhibit problem behavior outside the classroom?
Conside...
Bully Prevention
V. So how can students take action?...
Stop/Walk/Talk Introduction
a.
b.
c.

“Stop”- Hand signal and voic...
Bully Prevention
VI. Action Step 1- STOP
a. Use a hand signal to communicate your need
b. Stay “stop” when using the hand ...
Bully Prevention
VII. Action Step 2- WALK
If “stop” does not work, “walk” away
Walking away removes that target from the i...
Bully Prevention
VIII. Action Step 3- TALK
a. Find a teacher or administrator with whom to talk
b. Be prepared to share th...
Bully Prevention
Step 1- STOP
I.

Beginning with the End in Mind
The ”STOP” Signal: school-wide signal including

verbal a...
Bully Prevention
Step 1- STOP
II. The “STOP” Signal at the right time!
Volunteers for 3 scenariosa)

Arteom pokes Sandra i...
Bully Prevention
Step 1- STOP
III. Beginning with the End in Mind
The “STOP” Signal- ?????
Examples from class of when to ...
Bully Prevention
Step 1- STOP

IV. When “STOP” is used at the wrong time!
Discuss scenarios
a)

Juan accidently breaks the...
Bully Prevention
Step 2- WALK
I.

WALK AWAY
a) When the hand signal doesn’t work, what steps
can be taken?
b) What does wa...
Bully Prevention
Step 2- WALK

II. WALK AWAY

a) Model this step after the “stop” signal.
b) Ask for volunteers for 3 scen...
Bully Prevention
Step 2- WALK
III. WALK AWAY
Ask for volunteers for 2 scenarios when it would NOT be
appropriate to walk a...
Bully Prevention
Step 3- TALK
I.

TALK- Report problems to an adult
a) When should this be used?
i.

Use when behavior con...
Bully Prevention
Step 3- TALK
II. TALK- The difference between “talking”
and tattling
Talking

Tattling

You have tried to...
Bully Prevention
Step 3- TALK
III. TALK- Questions to expect from the adult
a) What is the problem?
b) Did you used the “s...
Bully Prevention
Step 3- TALK
IV. TALK- Practice scenarios

a) Complete three scenarios of when to
“talk.”
b) Complete thr...
Bully Prevention
I.

Valor School Wide RulesWho We Are!!!

a.Be Safe
b.Be Respectful
c.Be Responsible
II. Who has an examp...
Bully Prevention
SWT
I.Review the three steps- Stop/Walk/Talk
II.Discuss how this manages bullying
behavior by removing th...
Bully Prevention
Responding to SWT
I.Remind all students that at some
time, they will likely receive an SWT.
II.Discuss ho...
Bully Prevention
Responding to SWT
Suggestions1.
Stop what you are doing
2. Take a deep breath and count to 3
3. Go on wit...
Bully Prevention
Responding to SWT
Group Practice- Part 1
 Student pair up and practice being the target
and the instigat...
Bully Prevention
Responding to SWT
Group Practice- Part 2
 TALK- Expectations
Adult will thank you for coming in.
Adult...
Bully Prevention
Responding to SWT
Group Practice- Part 2
 Review TALK


Debrief on what students learned



Assess by ...
Bully Prevention
GOSSIP
I. Review 3 Bs and how they relate to gossip
a) Respect means saying only nice things
b) Responsib...
Bully Prevention
GOSSIP
III. Review SWT
 How can SWT be used when someone says something disrespectful
about another stud...
Bully Prevention
INAPPROPRIATE REMARKS
I. Review 3 Bs and how they relate to inappropriate
remarks
a) Respect means saying...
Bully Prevention
INAPPROPRIATE REMARKS
III. Review SWT
 How can SWT be used when someone uses an inappropriate
remark
 O...
Bully Prevention
CYBER-BULLYING
I. Review 3 Bs and how they relate to cyberbullying
 Respect means saying only nice thing...
Bully Prevention
CYBER-BULLYING
III. Review SWT
 How can SWT be used when someone uses technology to be
disrespectful or ...
Bullying prevention pbis presentation nov2012
Bullying prevention pbis presentation nov2012
Bullying prevention pbis presentation nov2012
Bullying prevention pbis presentation nov2012
Bullying prevention pbis presentation nov2012
Bullying prevention pbis presentation nov2012
Bullying prevention pbis presentation nov2012
Bullying prevention pbis presentation nov2012
Bullying prevention pbis presentation nov2012
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  1. 1. Bully Prevention Objectives During Advisory I.Students and teachers will understand the Stop, Walk, and Talk strategy as it relates to bully prevention. II.Students will role play with support from teachers a number of scenarios in which each student will be a target, an instigator and a bystander. III.Students will learn the appropriate responses to an SWT and what to expect from teachers and administrators in terms of support. 2
  2. 2. Bully Prevention I. Valor School Wide RulesWho We Are!!! a. Be Safe b. Be Respectful c. Be Responsible II. Who has an example of supporting the rules around how we treat each other? a. For Be Safeb. For Be Respectful c. For Be Responsible 3
  3. 3. Bully Prevention III. How about examples of ignoring the rules in how we treat each other. a. For Be Safe b. For Be Respectful c. For Be Responsible 4
  4. 4. Bully Prevention IV. Let’s discuss the Power of Choice Why do kids exhibit problem behavior outside the classroom? Consider the candle flame response and how it relates to our culture and response to bullying. A bullying incident is outside our school norms and rules. The liquid represents the school culture of being safe, respectful and responsible and over time, will take over and extinguish the flame. But it’s the step of an individual or bystander that makes the difference. That’s what determines our acceptance of bullying or our support of our culture. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hd7vbYzodoo 5
  5. 5. Bully Prevention V. So how can students take action?... Stop/Walk/Talk Introduction a. b. c. “Stop”- Hand signal and voice “Walk”- Move away from the bully “Talk”- Seek out a teacher or administrator 6
  6. 6. Bully Prevention VI. Action Step 1- STOP a. Use a hand signal to communicate your need b. Stay “stop” when using the hand signal c. Wait for response to determine next appropriate step. (If the instigator stops, continue with your day. If not, move on to step 2- TALK. –NOTE- the steps above can be accomplished by a bystander) 7
  7. 7. Bully Prevention VII. Action Step 2- WALK If “stop” does not work, “walk” away Walking away removes that target from the instigator of the bullying. This takes away their power. A bystander can also help “walk” a target away from the situation. NOTE- depending on the situation, the “talk” step may be needed. 8
  8. 8. Bully Prevention VIII. Action Step 3- TALK a. Find a teacher or administrator with whom to talk b. Be prepared to share the problem and what steps you took to change it or stop it (Remember, if you took steps to stop the instigator, you are only talking and trying to solve the problem. If you did not take steps, you are tattling) 9
  9. 9. Bully Prevention Step 1- STOP I. Beginning with the End in Mind The ”STOP” Signal: school-wide signal including verbal and physical action a) Model with verbiage- “stop” b) Ask for examples from class of when to do it 11
  10. 10. Bully Prevention Step 1- STOP II. The “STOP” Signal at the right time! Volunteers for 3 scenariosa) Arteom pokes Sandra in the back over and over while in line. b) Jennifer teases Francesca and calls here a derogatory name. c) Sam steals the ball away from Antonio when they are not playing a game that involves stealing the ball. 12
  11. 11. Bully Prevention Step 1- STOP III. Beginning with the End in Mind The “STOP” Signal- ????? Examples from class of when to NOT do it 13
  12. 12. Bully Prevention Step 1- STOP IV. When “STOP” is used at the wrong time! Discuss scenarios a) Juan accidently breaks the double-dribble rule in basketball. b) Kevin makes a suggestion for a game that Svetlana doesn’t like c) Arteom continues to poke Sandra in line, even after Sandra has delivered the stop signal 14
  13. 13. Bully Prevention Step 2- WALK I. WALK AWAY a) When the hand signal doesn’t work, what steps can be taken? b) What does walking away do? c) How can bystanders help in the “walking away” step? Discuss these questions as a class. 16
  14. 14. Bully Prevention Step 2- WALK II. WALK AWAY a) Model this step after the “stop” signal. b) Ask for volunteers for 3 scenarios when it would be appropriate to walk away i. Arteom pokes Sandra in the back over and over while in line after she has used “stop.” ii. Jennifer teases Francesca and calls here a derogatory name after she has used “stop” 17
  15. 15. Bully Prevention Step 2- WALK III. WALK AWAY Ask for volunteers for 2 scenarios when it would NOT be appropriate to walk away i. Juan accidently breaks the double-dribble rule in basketball. ii. Kevin makes a suggestion for a game that Svetlana doesn’t like 18
  16. 16. Bully Prevention Step 3- TALK I. TALK- Report problems to an adult a) When should this be used? i. Use when behavior continues after “stop” and “walk” have been completed. ii. Use when someone is in danger- skip the “stop” and “walk” steps and go directly to an adult. b) Model 20
  17. 17. Bully Prevention Step 3- TALK II. TALK- The difference between “talking” and tattling Talking Tattling You have tried to solve the problem You have not used the “stop” signal You requested a “stop” You have not “walked away” You “walked away” Your goal is to get the other person in trouble 21
  18. 18. Bully Prevention Step 3- TALK III. TALK- Questions to expect from the adult a) What is the problem? b) Did you used the “stop” signal? c) Did you “walk away?” 22
  19. 19. Bully Prevention Step 3- TALK IV. TALK- Practice scenarios a) Complete three scenarios of when to “talk.” b) Complete three scenarios of when NOT to “talk” Use suggestions from class or some of the prior scenarios 23
  20. 20. Bully Prevention I. Valor School Wide RulesWho We Are!!! a.Be Safe b.Be Respectful c.Be Responsible II. Who has an example of supporting the rules? a.For Be Safeb.For Be Respectful c.For Be Responsible 25
  21. 21. Bully Prevention SWT I.Review the three steps- Stop/Walk/Talk II.Discuss how this manages bullying behavior by removing the reinforcement (audience) for the behavior. 26
  22. 22. Bully Prevention Responding to SWT I.Remind all students that at some time, they will likely receive an SWT. II.Discuss how best to respond when presented with an SWT. 27
  23. 23. Bully Prevention Responding to SWT Suggestions1. Stop what you are doing 2. Take a deep breath and count to 3 3. Go on with your day Tips for the instigator ---Respond appropriately even if they think they did nothing wrong. ----Respond appropriately even if they think the student is only trying to get them in trouble. 28
  24. 24. Bully Prevention Responding to SWT Group Practice- Part 1  Student pair up and practice being the target and the instigator of the behavior  Problem A- Target asks the instigator to stop sending insulting and rumor-based emails to other people in school.  Problem B- Target is being pressured to use drugs and asks the instigator to stop. 29
  25. 25. Bully Prevention Responding to SWT Group Practice- Part 2  TALK- Expectations Adult will thank you for coming in. Adult will ask what the problem is Adult will ask if “stop” signal was used Adult will as if “walk away” was used Adult will practice stop/walk/talk with student PRACTICE Group student in teams of 4 (instigator, target, bystander, supervisor/teacher) Each student plays each role in 4 different scenarios (name calling, cyber bullying, physical, drug related) 31
  26. 26. Bully Prevention Responding to SWT Group Practice- Part 2  Review TALK  Debrief on what students learned  Assess by asking for responses to situations 32
  27. 27. Bully Prevention GOSSIP I. Review 3 Bs and how they relate to gossip a) Respect means saying only nice things b) Responsible means encouraging others, even when not present II. Examples of not following the 3 Bs a) Telling a negative story about someone else, regardless of whether or not it is true b) Sharing secrets that someone told you c) Blaming negative behavior on someone else 34
  28. 28. Bully Prevention GOSSIP III. Review SWT  How can SWT be used when someone says something disrespectful about another student  Often, the person is not there so a bystander needs to say “stop.”  Why can this be challenging? IV.Group Practice i. Established scenarios in a paired format (name calling, cyber bullying) ii. Scenarios in a quartet (instigator, target, bystander, supervisor). V.Review 36
  29. 29. Bully Prevention INAPPROPRIATE REMARKS I. Review 3 Bs and how they relate to inappropriate remarks a) Respect means saying only nice things b) Responsible means encouraging others, even when not present II. Examples of not being respectful Using the words “gay,” “girly,” and “retarded” to put someone down. Discuss the negative connotations that are created when these words are used in this fashion. 37
  30. 30. Bully Prevention INAPPROPRIATE REMARKS III. Review SWT  How can SWT be used when someone uses an inappropriate remark  Often, the person making the remark is not aware that they are being disrespectful  Sometimes this means discussing why certain terms are inappropriate IV.Group Practice  Scenarios from previous sessions in a paired format- (name calling, cyber bullying, physical, drug related)  Scenarios from previous sessions in a quartet (instigator, target, bystander, supervisor). V.Review 38
  31. 31. Bully Prevention CYBER-BULLYING I. Review 3 Bs and how they relate to cyberbullying  Respect means saying only nice things about other students, in your words, as well as in your use of the digital media. II.Examples of not being respectful Repeatedly sending offensive, rude or insulting emails and text messages  Posting cruel gossip or rumors about a person to damage his/her reputation  Sharing someone’s secrets online 40
  32. 32. Bully Prevention CYBER-BULLYING III. Review SWT  How can SWT be used when someone uses technology to be disrespectful or unkind?  Although the “stop” technique might work, the “walk” technique may not be feasible so skip right to the “talk” step. IV.Group Practice  Scenarios from previous sessions in a paired format  Scenarios from previous sessions in a quartet (instigator, target, bystander, supervisor). V.Review 41

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