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    • http://www.bcptl.org Say no to bullying
    • http://www.brocku.ca/brock-news/?p=18938 Bullying - repeated verbal, physical, social or psychological aggressive behavior by a person or group directed towards a less powerful person or group that is intended to cause harm, distress or fear
    • http://www.efabula.com/story.php?m=4796483 Bullying is based on a child’s race, color, national origin, sex, or disability
    • “Bullies are always cowards at heart and may be credited with a pretty safe instinct in scenting their prey.” Anna Cooper http://www.stepandstep.ru/catalog/learn-as/137707/kak-razvit-liderskie-sposobnosti-v-rebenke-s-rannego-vozrasta.html
    • http://www.venusbuzz.com/archives/44891/how-to-bully-proof-your-kids/ Forms of bullying: • Name- calling, epithets, slurs, verbal abuse • Graphic or written statements • Threats • Physical assault • Threatening, humiliating, harmful conduct
    • Cyber bullying: • Text message bullying • Picture and video clip bullying • Phone call bullying • E-mail bullying • Chat-room bullying • Bullying by instant messaging • Bullying via websites http://www.eastbayri.com/news/police-school-officials-look-for-mt-hope-cyberbully/
    • Bullying at school can lead to: • School avoidance • Higher rates of absenteeism • Decrease in grades • Inability to concentrate • Loss of interest in academic achievement • Increase in dropout rates http://infactcollaborative.com/technology/cyber-bullying-facts.html
    • Statistics: • 25% of schoolchildren claim they have been victimized • Nearly 60% of schoolchildren with disabilities are bullied regularly (Source: www.pacer.org) http://whatwillmatter.com/2012/04/worth-seeing-posters-about-bullying/
    • Stop bullying now! Take a stand – lend a hand. http://www.hwdsb.on.ca/media/news/details.aspx?id=1596
    • Advice to parents • Remember: it is never the responsibility of the child to fix a bullying situation • Talk to you child and be prepared to handle his/her questions and emotions • Listen without judgment, help the child to work out their feelings and determine their next steps • Inform school staff about bullying situations http://www.allparentstalk.com/parents-tweens-teens-books-guide-childs-development/kids/
    • Advice to teachers • Be on the alert and regularly inspect places where bullying is likely to happen • Encourage schoolchildren to interfere when their peers are bullied • Promote confidence and self esteem in schools • Be proactive: start an anti-bullying project • Involve celebrities – it will encourage people to stop bullying • Involve the community, promote anti-bullying public sentiment http://blog.hcaeastflorida.com/2013/01/02/how-can-parents-help-kids-with-bullying/#.UcrqN_lSiHc
    • Advice to the bullied • Speak up, stand for yourself • Don’t get angry, don’t cry – don’t give the bully the satisfaction they are looking for • Don’t be afraid to get help from your parents and teachers • Come out with it, don’t live with it forever http://americasfuture.org/doublethink/2012/09/you-cant-just-walk-away-from-government-bullies/
    • Stand together against bullying! http://evilofbullying.unblog.fr/
    • http://www.kidshelpphone.ca/Kids/InfoBooth/Bullying/Types-of-Bullying.aspx