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  • Many times children who are bullies don’t realize the consequences of their actions. They are unable to relate to the victim. It is important that parents speak to their children to make them understand how the victim feels and to take responsibility for their actions. It is more effective if parents can guide the child to form their own opinions. Yet, just to be prepared, I'm just thankful I found this great application which featured safety app which gets me and my kid connected to a Safety Network or escalate my call to the nearest 911 when needed, it has other cool features that are helpful for you and your friends, or kids if you have with just a press of a Panic Button. Check it here: http://www.SafeKidZone.com/
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    • 1. Bullying in Education
    • 2. Bullying: An issue that is known about, but that is not always dealt with.
      Serious in both boys and girls.
      It is not only happening in the schools.
      Bullying has been around for ever, but the media has been paying more attention to it lately.
      It is on the rise.
    • 3. What is bullying?
      An intentional act. The child who bullies wants to harm the victim; it is no accident.
      Means of bullying: Physical, Verbal, Social and Cyber
    • 4. Boys vs. Girls
      Major differences
      Girls
      Often indirect bullying.
      Often times dealing sexual bullying.
      Boys
      Physically aggressive
      More accepted?
      More likely to get bullied
    • 5. Why kids bully?
      Not always because of low self esteem.
      Family, Peers, Schools, Society, and Acceptance.
      Many issues that result in bullying
      Ethnicity
      Gender
      Sexual Preference
      Appearance
      Association
    • 6. Bullying: Impact in the Classroom
      Less freedom
      Decrease in academic performance.
      Avoiding School
      Concentration levels decrease
    • 7. Bullying: Impact on Students
      Low-self esteem
      Depression
      Drug/Alcohol problems
      Suicide
    • 8. Recognizing Bullying
      Students Role
      Don’t be afraid
      Parents Role
      Keep teachers informed
      Talk with your kids
      Teachers role
      Knowing traits of a bully
      Signs of a child that is being bullied
      Being able to help
    • 9. Bullying: What to do?
      Teacher Intervention
      Knowing what to do
      Behavior charts
    • 10. Bullying: What to do?
      School Tactics
      Informational programs in younger grades
      Plays and peer teaching
      High School punishment
      Parents and Schools Co-operation
      Volunteering
      Keeping teachers informed
    • 11. Bullying: Will it End?
      How can you help?
      Be available
      Make every zone a
      ‘No Bully Zone’

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