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Cause of Bullying
Types of Bullying
Increase of Bullying
What can be done?
Our problem is bullying in schools has
created an unsafe environment for
Understand the different types of bullying
The goal of the
Effects of bullying on Students
research is to
then look at the
that can be
1. Bullying is
2. Bullying involves a
pattern of behavior
repeated over time.
3. Bullying involves
an imbalance of
power or strength
Information about bullying suggests
that there are three interrelated
reasons why students bully.
1. Students who bully have strong
needs for power and (negative)
2. Students who bully find satisfaction
in causing injury and suffering to other
3. Students who bully are often
rewarded in some way for their
behavior with material psychological
Students to Bully
Physical- any physical contact that
would hurt or injure a person
• Hitting, kicking, punching, and damaging
Verbal- hurtful or mean things a bully
says to you
• Calling people names, teasing, and jokes
about them, like gender, ethnicity, or the way
• 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)
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
Talk with and listen to your
kids - every day.
Spend time at school and
Be a good example of kindness
Create healthy anti-bullying
Help your child’s school
address bullying effectively.
Establish household rules
Teach your child how to be a
Spread the word that bullying
should not be a normal part of
Programs that educate
Programs that focus on the
social environment of the
Programs where bullying
prevention is not the sole
responsibility of an
administrator, counselor, tea
Programs that name clear
rules and policies related to
Programs to increase adult
supervision in hot spots
where bullying occurs
When bullying continues and a school does not take action, the
entire school climate can be affected in the following ways:
The school develops an environment of fear and disrespect
Students have difficulty learning
Students feel insecure
Students dislike school
Students perceive that teachers and staff have little control and
don't care about them
So help STOP The BULLYING
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