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Bullying Is Not Cool
Bullying Is Not Cool
Bullying Is Not Cool
Bullying Is Not Cool
Bullying Is Not Cool
Bullying Is Not Cool
Bullying Is Not Cool
Bullying Is Not Cool
Bullying Is Not Cool
Bullying Is Not Cool
Bullying Is Not Cool
Bullying Is Not Cool
Bullying Is Not Cool
Bullying Is Not Cool
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Bullying Is Not Cool

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I assigned my 5th grade health classes a bullying prevention project. I created the PowerPoint template and the students researched the information. The students worked collaboratively on this …

I assigned my 5th grade health classes a bullying prevention project. I created the PowerPoint template and the students researched the information. The students worked collaboratively on this assignment. The final presentation was uploaded to the school website to educate parents and other elementary students.

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  • OR you could tell principle and get bully expelled
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  • Bullying is a major problem that occur not just in school but all over the community. This should be stopped before it could lead to something that we do not want to happen. I would suggest to used the safety solution that I am currently using. I knew it when my office mate introduced me to this service, it's called panic button. I find it interesting and useful. Check their site http://safekidzone.com/
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  • 1. Bullying Is NOT CoolLet’s Learn Facts About Bullying By: 5th grade students from Thomas Jefferson Compiled by: Miss Sara Dvorsky Health Class
  • 2. DefinitionsIntImIdatIng a person to do somethIng.
  • 3. Types of Bullying• Physical- any physical contact that would hurt or injure a person • Hitting, kicking, punching, and damaging people’s things• Verbal- hurtful or mean things a bully says to you • Calling people names, teasing, and jokes about them, like gender, ethnicity, or the way they look
  • 4. Types of Bullying• Social or Indirect- leaving someone out from a group or game and spreading secrets about someone on purpose • Telling stories, rumors or lies, ignoring someone, and pointing out differences• Cyber bullying- sending mean or hurtful messages to others through technology • Computers ( email, messages) or phones ( text, voicemail, pictures)
  • 5. Why Do Students Bully Others?• A way to gain power or popularity• Have experienced rejection from others• Think children will harm them, so they fight to defend themselves or to show they are strong• Have friends who bully• Have parents that are bullies and copy their parents behavior
  • 6. Recognize the Warning Signs of Bully Involvement• Victim: • Do not act like themselves • Feels defenseless • Cannot explain their injuries • Does not visit or talk to their friends as often • Comes home with damaged or missing belongings• Bully: • Aggressive toward others • Gets into conflicts with others, like physical or verbal fights • Easily blames others • Has friends who bully others • Must be the best at everything or #1
  • 7. What Are the Risk Factors?• Victim: • Do not get along with others • Is an outsider • Has few or no friends • Are fearful or sad • Little confidence• Bully: • Wants to be popular • Peers may pressure them to bully others • Aggressive behavior • Are low tempered • Do not follow the rules
  • 8. STOP THE BULLYING1. AVOID THE BULLY2. REPORT THE BULLYING3. HAVE A FRIEND AROUND4. DON’T BULLY BACK, IT MAKES IT WORSE5. CONFRONT THE BULLY
  • 9. Effects of BullyingBully• More likely to get into fights • Have poor grades • Have a high risk of using drugs and alcohol • More likely to steal and destroy property
  • 10. Effects of Bullying• Victim • People who are bullied can have health problems • Poor grades • Depression • Miss or skip school • Even suicidal thoughts
  • 11. Effects of Bullying• Bystander • Bullying does not only effect the person who is being bullied. It also effects bystanders. • Feel fearful • Powerless to act • Guilty for not acting • Might join in the act of bullying
  • 12. Be A Buddy, NOT A Bully! Click below to view the video clip Be a Buddy, Not a Bully
  • 13. References• American Psychological Association. Bullying. Washington, DC. http://www.apa.org/topics/bullying/index.aspx• Bullybusters Mercyside Antibullying Campaign. Types of bullying. Liverpool, Merseyside, UK. http://www.bullybusters.org.uk/kids/types_of_bullying/• Bullying.org. Where you are not alone. http://www.bullying.org/htm/main.cfm?content=1059#q15• BullyingStatistics.org. Why do people bully? San Antonio, Texas. http://www.bullyingstatistics.org/content/why-do-people-bully.html• Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Bullying. Atlanta, GA. http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/tourette/bullying.html• Department of Health & Health Services, Department of Education, and Department of Justice. Effects of bullying. Washington, DC. http://www.stopbullying.gov/topics/effects/index.html• Department of Health & Health Services, Department of Education, and Department of Justice. Kids-How do I get help? Washington, DC. http://www.stopbullying.gov/kids/index.html
  • 14. References• Department of Health & Health Services, Department of Education, and Department of Justice. Recognizing the warning signs. Washington, DC. http://www.stopbullying.gov/topics/warning_signs/index.html• Department of Health & Health Services, Department of Education, and Department of Justice. What is bullying? Washington, DC. http://www.stopbullying.gov/topics/what_is_bullying/index.html• Elisabeth, Betlem. Assessing bullying behaviour of school students through the use of art. Kensington, New South Wales. http://www.aare.edu.au/01pap/bet01229.htm• Hazelden Foundation. What is bullying? Clemson, SC. http://www.olweus.org/public/bullying.page• National Crime Prevention Council. Bullying. Arlington, VA. http://www.ncpc.org/topics/bullying• Oracle Education Foundation. Types of bullying. Redwood Shores, CA. http://library.thinkquest.org/07aug/00117/typesbullying.html
  • 15. References• PACER Center, Inc. Kids against bullying. Bloomington, MN. http://www.pacerkidsagainstbullying.org/• STOMP Out Bullying and A Love Our Children USA Program. Forms of bullying. http://www.stompoutbullying.org/aboutbullying_forms.php• Telecom and the New Zealand Police. Bullying information. Thorndon, Wellington, New Zealand. http://www.police.govt.nz/service/yes/nobully/bully_info.html#three• Telecom and New Zealand Police. What is bullying? Thorndon, Wellington, New Zealand. http://www.nobully.org.nz/advicek.htm#one• The Nemours Foundation. Dealing with bullies. Wilmington, DE. http://kidshealth.org/kid/feeling/emotion/bullies.html• University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension. Why do some children bully others?: Bullies and their victims. Durham, NH. http://extension.unh.edu/family/parent/SApubs/bully.pdf

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