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  1. 1. Bullying Throughout School Corporations Abby Messmer Module 6 June 19, 2011
  2. 2. Menu1. What characteristics of bullying, bullying victims, and schools 4. Conclusion Page are associated with 5. Reference Page increased reporting of bullying to school officials?2. Student Reports of Bullying and Cyber Bullying3. How Teachers Deal With Bullying
  3. 3. “ In school year 2006–07, some 8,166,000 U.S. students ages 12through 18, or about 31.7 percent of all such students, reported they were bullied at school, and about 940,000, or about 3.7 percent, reported they were cyber-bullied anywhere.” (Devoe)
  4. 4. What characteristics of bullying, bullyingvictims, and schools are associated withincreased reporting of bullying to school officials? • Bullying is very frequent and common in the United States. • There are 51 characteristics of bullying, bullying victims, and bullying victims’ schools. • Many bullying incidents go unreported. (Hanson)
  5. 5. Characteristics of Bullying, Bullying Victims, and Bullying Victim’s Schools • Incidents That Are Not Reported:• Increased Reporting: – Making fun of the victim – Injury – Calling the Victim Names – Physical Threats – Excluding the Victim – Destruction of Property – Spreading Rumors About the Victim – Physical Contact – Forcing the victim to do things – Greater Frequency they don’t want to do – Multiple Times – Bulling that occurred in the – At Least One Occurrence school building and school On The Bus grounds (Hanson)
  6. 6. Reflection #1This article did a very good job at explaining what is considered bullying. There are many forms of bullying and a lot of them are not taken as seriously as the should be. This specific article got the point across that bullying clearly does exist.
  7. 7. Student’s Reports of Bullying• Between the years of 2006 and 2007 there were 8,166,000 students between the ages of 12 and 18 that were bullied.• Student Characteristics: sex, race/ethnicity, grade level, and household income• School Characteristics: sector, locale, level, enrollment size, student to (Devoe) full time equivalent, etc.
  8. 8. Sections• Section 1: • Section 3: – Shows students who - Focuses on cyber-bullying reported any kind of anywhere and shows estimates bullying whatsoever and is on the frequency of cyber- grouped together by how bullying and what form each they were bullied age group experiences.• Section 2: – Focuses on bullying at • Section 4: school and shows the location of bullying, the - Shows percentages of frequency of bullying, & the students who were bullied types of bullying that anywhere because of poor occurred to specific age school conditions. groups. (Devoe)
  9. 9. Reflection #2 Throughout this article there were a lot of things that I was not aware took place. I did not realize that there were so many children that are made fun of and picked on throughout the United States daily. There really needs to be an end that is put to this.
  10. 10. How Teachers Deal With Bullying• The term bullying refers to the direct physical and verbal acts of hitting, kicking, taunting, or teasing another individual.• There are many things that are considered bullying but a few of the ones that people normally don’t think are included are manipulating and excluding others.• All teachers need to be aware of every students feelings and things that are going on in their classroom. (Gleason)
  11. 11. Strategies for Dealing with Bullying 1. Turn the situations into a learning experience for the children. 2. Have the class brainstorm ideas to prevent it from ever happening again. 3. The individual that is bullying is never singled out or talked to in front of the class, they are always alone where no one can hear them. It is now believed that if something is said in front of the class then it will not happen(Gleason) again.
  12. 12. Reflection #3One thing that teachers should be able to do before they are allowed to get their teaching licenses is to know how to control bullies. There are many children that are bullied on a daily basis and it is not right. There are strategies that each teacher should do to help stop this issue from reoccurring.
  13. 13. Conclusion1. There are so many different types of bullying that exist now. They can range anywhere from text messaging to verbally yelling at someone.2. Bullying happens to everyone, it doesn’t matter on the individuals race, gender, or grade. It does however effect some individuals more than others.3. One way for teachers to try to eliminate bullying is by talking to their students in front of the class and not just alone and private.
  14. 14. Reference Page• Devoe, J, & Murphy, C. (2011). Student reports of bullying and cyber bullying: results from the 2007 school crime supplement to the national crime victimization survey. Retrieved from http://www.eric.ed.gov/ PDFS/ED519449.pdf• Gleason, K. (2011). How teachers deal with bullying: best practices for identifying and dealing with bullying behaviors among high school students. Retrieved from http://www.eric.ed.gov/PDFS/ED518580.pdf• Hanson, T, Guckenburg, S, Devoe, J, & Petrosino, A. (2010). What characteristics of bullying, bullying victims, and schools are associated with increased reporting of bullying to school officials?. Retrieved from http://eric .ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/search/recordDetails.jsp?searchtype=keywor &pageSze=10&ERICExtSearch_SerchValue_0=bullying&eric_displaySt rtCoun=1&ERICExtSearch_SarchType_0=kw&_pageLabel=RecordDetai s&objctId=0900019b0428390&accno=ED511593&_nfls=false