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Bullying in schools

  1. 1. The Cause, Effec t, and Possible Solutions to Bullying in Schools.
  2. 2.  Research Topic  Define Problem  Cause of Bullying  Types of Bullying  Increase of Bullying  What can be done?  Conclusion
  3. 3. Our problem is bullying in schools has created an unsafe environment for students
  4. 4.  Understand the different types of bullying  Physical Goal of Research  Verbal The goal of the  Relational understand  Cyberbullying  Effects of bullying on Students  Mental Health  Possible Solutions research is to bullying: types, effects then look at the possible solutions that can be incorporated by teachers and parents.
  5. 5.  This definition includes three important components:  1. Bullying is aggressive behavior that involves unwanted, negative actions.  2. Bullying involves a pattern of behavior repeated over time.  3. Bullying involves an imbalance of power or strength
  6. 6. Information about bullying suggests that there are three interrelated reasons why students bully. 1. Students who bully have strong needs for power and (negative) dominance. 2. Students who bully find satisfaction in causing injury and suffering to other students. 3. Students who bully are often rewarded in some way for their behavior with material psychological rewards. What Causes Students to Bully
  7. 7.  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
  8. 8. • 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)
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  11. 11. 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  A    
  12. 12.  Talk with and listen to your kids - every day.  Spend time at school and recess..  Be a good example of kindness and leadership.  Create healthy anti-bullying habits early.  Help your child’s school address bullying effectively.  Establish household rules about bullying.  Teach your child how to be a good witness.  Spread the word that bullying should not be a normal part of childhood.
  13. 13.      Programs that educate children. Programs that focus on the social environment of the school.. Programs where bullying prevention is not the sole responsibility of an administrator, counselor, tea cher Programs that name clear rules and policies related to bullying Programs to increase adult supervision in hot spots where bullying occurs
  14. 14. 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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