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  • Bullying is a real problem that needs to be solved as a family and the best we can do parent, is that pay attention with our children. Being a good listener is an important piece of your role when a child is being bullied, try to be supportive but neutral when your child is talking. The idea of my children being harmed or lost is not something anyone wants to consider. I would like to share this link, about a service on how to protect your children: Check it out it's interesting:http://safekidzone.com/eMail/Protector/SafeKidZone/
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  • 1. A Push Gone Too Far
    By Diana Sanchez
  • 2. What is Bullying?
    Bullying has been around a very long time.
    Link to Source
  • 3. What is Bullying?
    Affects learning environments with negativity & issues
    Link to Source
  • 4. Background
    Bullying in the United States has increased
    29% of our youth is being bullied
    Link to Source
  • 5. Back Story of Bullying
    Bullying occurs in classrooms and playgrounds
    Close interactions
    Bullies like to intimate others
    Physical aggression Verbal abuse
  • 6. Back Story of Bullying
    Bullies take “pride” in making younger and much weaker kids cry/ low self confidence
    Link to Source
  • 7. IMPACTS
    Link to Source
  • 8. Suicides
    Teasing
    Mocking
  • 9. More in Depth
    60% of identified bullies during their grades 6-9 years will be involved in at least one crime conviction by the age of 24
  • 10. More in Depth
    Schools want a “bully free” institution
    Leaves students scarred from mockery
    Culprits gain confidence from their bullying
    Link to Source
  • 11. What is being done?
    Link to Source
  • 12. Methods for Bullying Prevention
    Zero Tolerance
    Teachers must address the issue immediately as it occurs
    Use a tone conveying disapproving their action
    Do not draw attention to the victim
    Focus how on the bully creates negativity
  • 13. Methods for Bullying Prevention
    Pull victim aside after class to make sure him/her is alright
    Always reinsure them they can come to you if they continue to have the same problem
    Give them the feeling of comfort
    Link to Source
  • 14. Do Your Part
    If you see anyone being bullied, say something
    Don’t just let things go
    Inform an adult or teacher about the issue
    Help your fellow classmates out and help them see they are not alone
    Link to Source
  • 15. Credits
    The effect of bullying in school on children & adolescents
    Source: Young Adult Library serv 8 no1 Fall 2009
    http://www.parentinged.com/bullying/The-Effect-Of-Bullying-In-School-On-Children-And-Adolescents.html
    What to Say in Sticky Situations
    Source: Instructor (2009) 119 no2 S/O 2009
    http://www.scholastic.com/
    Bullied to Death: An Interview with Julie Anne Peters and Jay Asher
    Source: Voice Youth Advocates 32 no5 D 2009
    http://www.scarecrowpress.com/