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    • You are practicing tolerancewhen… You try and change yourself before trying to change others… You accept people the way they are …faults and all.
    • Tolerance is not … …judging others by the way they look, sound or dress.
    • When tolerance breaksdown…it fuels intolerance. ….and intolerance can lead to bullying behaviours
    • What is bullying? Bullyingis where there is an imbalance of power...and repeated abuse...  Physical  Verbal  Emotional
    • What is bullying? Bullyingcan be repeated physical attacks...  Hitting  Pushing  Spitting  Kicking  Stealing
    • What is bullying? Bullying can be repeated verbal attacks...  Threats  Name calling  Lying  Negative remarks
    • What is bullying? Bullyingcan be repeated emotional intimidation...  Exclusion  Spreading rumours and gossiping  Intimidation  Humiliation
    • Roles of Bullying  Bully  Target  Bystander  Active Bystander: assisting or reinforcing bully  Passive Bystander: avoiding or refusing to intervene
    • What is ‘BYSTANDER’?In almost every case of bullying there is a bystander...
    • What is ‘BYSTANDER’? The bystander sees or witnesses what’s going on They see the scuffles in the school hallway, and read the vicious stream of insults on Facebook, but sadly...most of the time…. look away, or log off
    • Every bystander’s choice...The bystander who sees or witnesses what’s going on...has a choice...
    • Every bystander’s choice... A bystander who stands by and laughs at what is going on …is really giving their silent approval. You’renot objecting…not ignoring it…
    • Every bystander’s choice...To Act..and do something.ToBe Afraid and do nothing.
    • What it means to be courageous...And doing the right thing sometimes takes courage...
    • What research says about theBYSTANDER role...  Canadian research says,  “One student confronting a bully is often enough to stop the abuse instantly”
    • What can you do as aBYSTANDER to bullying...?These 3 response ranked higher than even getting an adult to intervene.... 1. comfort them after the fact 2. Help them get away from the situation 3. give them advice
    • What can you do as a VICTIMof bullying...?Tell them to STOP.It takes a bit of courage...Do you have it? How long are you willing to allow someone to treat you this way?You deserve and have a right to respect!
    • What can you do as a VICTIMof bullying...? It’s not your fault It’s about the bully, not you You don’t deserve to be bullied. You deserve to be safe. It’s okay to ask for helpYou deserve and have a right to respect!
    • What can you do as a VICTIMof bullying...?It won’t stop?? You talk… You share… You ask for help…
    • What can you do as a VICTIMof bullying...?Who can help? Friends… Teachers… Principals… Parents… Kids Help Phone…
    • What research says about thebully… Usually suffer themselves from poor self-esteem So starved for attention…craves the attention of others…even if it is negative attention Are usually not entirely comfortable with themselves…so much so that they need to make others feel worse to make themselves feel better…
    • What we need to do… Is it kind? Is it necessary? Expect respect…you have a right to it. Don’t give a bully an audience. Show some class, show some character…do something.