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  • Parents may not be fully aware of the kind of problems that a child can suffer as a result of bullying, so it is important that they become involved and keep their children safe as possible. Every one of us has been bullied at one time or another. I believe that bullies are everywhere, and not always where you would expect.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 a 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. #SafekidZone, Check it here: http://bit.ly/1026trz
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    Bullying prevention presentation_to_6th_grade (1) Bullying prevention presentation_to_6th_grade (1) Presentation Transcript

    • Bullying What It Is? What You Can Do to help? Why it is important to help?
    • RespectDuring this lesson, please follow these rules: Think to yourself Only share comments that are appropriate Please do not use the names of other people
    • Why is it important to discuss Bullying? Safety Distraction from learning
    • Respect Showing respect for people means accepting their differences and treating them the way you’d like to be treated. Bullying is the exact opposite-Premier Bullying Prevention page 5
    • What is Bullying Repeated Behavior Overtime Feeling Powerless Peers
    • Types of Bullying 4 Main Types 1. Physical Bullying 2. Emotional Bullying 3. Social Bullying 4. Cyber Bullying
    • Who is involved in Bullying? BullyThe Bystander is themost influential person inthe triad Bullying Triangle Victim Bystander
    • One Time Incident vs. Bullying Who can give me an example of a one time incident Who can give me an example of a bullying situation
    • Bullying: What Can You Do? Let someone know what is happening!!! It’s okay to ask for help Being bullied is not your fault!! Who???? Parents, Teachers, Advisor, Principal, Vice Principal
    • Tattle vs. Report- what’s worth reporting Incidents when you  feelthreatened  witness someone else being threatened when you just know something is wrong Examples – Physical actions – Verbal threats – Other students are in danger – Student examples
    • Numbers on Bullying 18% of students feel bullied 85% of students have witnessed bullying What does that say to you
    • Put Yourself in Someone Else’s Shoes If you were being bullied… How would you feel? What would you do?
    • It Takes Courage to be a Good Citizen
    • Everyone Can Help Out!!! Good Citizens Do The Right Thing!  Don’t join in and Refuse to watch  Say something- “Hey don’t do that to him.”  Report Bullying to an adult  Invite the person being bullied to join your group  Be a friend to a person being bullied  Distract the bully so that he or she stops
    • Bullying: How Not to be a Victim1. Act and look CONFIDENT – Bullies go after those who appear weak – Bullies repeat actions to those who they think they can2. If someone is picking on you don’t show them it hurts – It is okay to feel sad or hurt over what a bully says but try not to show them – Express your feelings to your parents, friends and people you trust!!!
    • Strategies How can I help myself if I am getting bullied? Ignore what the bully or bullies say Agree with what they say- Bullies don’t get satisfaction if they don’t get a negative reaction Make a quick joke or a funny response Change the subject
    • Bullying: How to Avoid Bad Situations1. Stay in a group  Surround yourself with people you feel safe with2. Avoid “hot spots”  Take a different path to classes  Go to the restroom a little earlier
    • Think About It!!! Premier Bullying Prevention page 23 Do you ever Laugh when a classmate makes a mistake? Make fun of people in a mean way? Join in when someone is being teased? Gossip or Spread Rumors?
    • The End