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  • Any harmful things happened has a definite reason and a solution. And bullied cases nowadays were rapidly increasing due to lack of communication from parents to their kids. And as a mother, I am preparing myself to deal with this issue, to avoid my kids from being bullied and to help them deal as well from any bullies.Thus, I was searching sites that will help me know what to do about bullying issues and an Apps that can guard my loved ones in case of any emergencies. Then I found this link http://safekidzone.com/ that talks about securing every family in modern way. You can also check that link for your own good.
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  • 1. BULLYING WHAT EVERY TEACHER and PARENT SHOULD KNOW by Cecile P. Howard
  • 2.
    • What is bullying?
    • Bullying is unrelenting, un-wanting behavior from peers, which involves humiliation, and ostracizing of a person. 
  • 3. History Facts -Then and Now
    • Bullying was an urban problem
    • Bullying is a huge problem in suburban schools.
    • Bullying is a very common in the United States .
    • Bully is a huge problem globally.
  • 4. Common Types of Bullying in the United States
    • S chool bullying
    • C yber bullying
    • N eighborhood bullying
    • G angs.
  • 5. Most Common Forms of Bullying
    • P hysical
    • V erbal
    • Cy ber
    • S ocial I solation
  • 6. Why Children & Adolescents Bully
    • B ullying enables power over a victim.
    • Children repeat behaviors they
    • witness at home .
    • Jealous of other affluent peers.
    • To be the unbeknown leader of an ‘elite’ group.
  • 7. Bullying Happens
    • In route to and from school
    • Cafeteria & hallways
    • Playgrounds & or during unsupervised time
    • Bathrooms
    • Classrooms
  • 8. Statistics
    • Most bullying at school is done in the classroom.
    • The teacher is mostly present.
    • Most teacher are unaware that a child is being bullied.
    • Anderson Stacie, & Swiatowy, Colleen. (2008 December)
    • Bullying Prevention in the Elementary Classroom Using Social Skills (ED503060) . Retrieved from:
    • http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/Home.portal?_nfpb=true&ERICExtSearch_SearchValue_0=bullying+in+the+classroom&ERICExtSearch_SearchType_0=kw&_pageLabel=ERICSearchResult&newSearch=true&rnd=1258912998578&searchtype=keyword
  • 9. Types of bulling happening in the classroom
    • A five month study in 2008 concluded :
    • Hitting
    • Verbal (name calling, teasing)
    • Exclusion
    • Pushing
    • Disrespect of peer’s property
    • Retrieved from: http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/Home.portal?_nfpb=true&ERICExtSearch_SearchValue_ 0=bullying+in+the+classroom&ERICExtSearch_SearchType_0=kw&_pageLabel=ERICSearch
    • Result&newSearch= true&rnd=1258912998578&searchtype=keyword
  • 10. Signs of Bullying For Teachers
    • A drastic decrease in academic performance.
    • Appears noticeable afraid .
    • Anxiety .
    • L oss of appetite .
    • N egative change in individual .
  • 11. Signs of Bullying for Parents
    • A lost of interest in activities .
    • Avoiding school with u nsupported illnesses .
    • A ppearing less notic eable .
    • Inexplicable loss of coveted personal items.
    • Enigmatic cuts, scrapes and bruises .
    • Trouble sleeping .
  • 12. A Parent’s Role
    • A short video on parent’s role
    • to help their child who is bullied.
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTLafmjky5I
  • 13. Victims of Bullying Suffer From
    • Depression
    • E motional s cars that last a lifetime
    • Perpetual abuse as adults
    • Victims of domestic violence
    • Aggression
  • 14. Repercussions of Bullying and Finding Your way back
        • A short video about how a student conquered bullying
    • http://video.google.com/videosearch?gbv=2&hl=en&q=victims%20of%20bullying&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=iv&start=0#gbv=2&hl=en&q=victims+of+bullying&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=iv&start=0&view=2&qvid=victims+of+bullying&vid=-5508679085068107194
  • 15. Repercussions for Childhood Bullies
    • Ex hibit anti-social behavior
    • C ompulsiveness
    • P oor Pa renting S kills
    • Domestic Abuse
    • Involvement in Criminal Activity
  • 16. Consequences of Bullying
    • Suicide
    • Mental Heath Issues
    • Murder
    • School Shootings
    • Aggression
  • 17. Best Practices to Combat Bullying 1-2
    • Spotlight the problematic area (s)
    • View bullying with a honest and critical eye .
    • Include parents and school staff in prevention programs .
    • Create system (s) to tackle issues of bullying.
  • 18. Best Practices to Combat Bullying 2-2
    • Increase staff support in areas
    • where large amounts of students convene such as cafeteria, recess and dismissal.
    • Intervene immediately to ca ses of bullying.
  • 19. BULLYING EFFECTS
    • EVERYONE
    • DO NOT IGNORE IT
    • INTERVENE
    • GET ADULTS INVOLVED
  • 20.
    • THE END