Patricia Go over the different types of bullying as defined on the slide. Go over the definition of bullying as defined on the slide. Stats about bullying: ~ the five worse places to live for a kid to be bullied- 1. california, 2. new york, 3. illinois, 4. pennsylvania, 5. washington. ~ 23% of elementary kids report being bullied at least once a month. ~77% of students report some form of bullying while in school. Which is 3/4 kids are bullied by either physical, verbal, social, or cyberbullying. ~ revenge against bullying is the leading cause of school shootings. ~ the newest area of bulling has to do with the gay, lesbian, and transgender community, especially for kids in schools. Carl Joseph Walker-Hoover was an 11 year old 6 th grader that has recently committed suicide because students teased, calling him gay. Despite protest from his mother to the school, nothing was done. ~ recent pop culture example: mean girls.
Cindy Go over the definition of a physical bully. Go over statistics of a physical bully: ~282,000 students are physically attacked in secondary school every month. ~100,000 students carry a gun to school. ~playground stat: every 7 minutes a kid is bullied. adult intervention: 4% peer intervention: 11% no intervention: 85% ~46% of males and 26% of females have been involved in physical fights.
Patricia Go over the slide definition and what cyberbullying is. Go to video and watch. Video 1:11 Stats: ~40% of teenagers with internet access report experiencing cyberbullying. ~the most common places of cyberbullying are chat rooms, social networking sites, and instant messages. ~45-57% of cyber bullying take place in chat rooms. ~58% of 4 th to 8 th graders have reported someone being cruel to them online. ~of the 58% of students, 60% of them haven’t told their parents. ~makes the child feel like their safe place, their room and house, where they can escape the bullying has been violated. ~new term “myspace bullying” ~Megan Meier and her story.
Cindy Go over the definition in the slide and the information. ~most bullying is verbal. ~most common with females.
Need to look up information online to fill in the rest of the slide… The outsider and the idea of inclusion that we have been going over in class. Patricia
Cindy Just go over the slide
Patricia Just go over the slide….but also say that there is only indicators of a physical bully b/c it is easily seen unlike the other types of bullying.
Patricia Go over slides and videos. Video one 1:39. Video two: 1:25 Video three: the first 11 photos. Video four: 3:31
Cindy “ here are some other things besides watching for the indicators that we can do to be better prepared to handle bullies.” Video one: 2:20
Answering questions and comments….don’t be nervous we will do amazing!!!!
Patricia Crowley Cindy Moren Education 350-02 Bullying in Schools
“ Cyberbullying" is when a child, preteen or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another child, preteen or teen using the Internet, interactive and digital technologies or mobile phones.