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Bullyinginschools educ350-091208200114-phpapp01[1]
Bullyinginschools educ350-091208200114-phpapp01[1]
Bullyinginschools educ350-091208200114-phpapp01[1]
Bullyinginschools educ350-091208200114-phpapp01[1]
Bullyinginschools educ350-091208200114-phpapp01[1]
Bullyinginschools educ350-091208200114-phpapp01[1]
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  • I hope schools take great actions in resolving so many bullying issues left unheard. I am a parent and I'm worried and I don't want that any kid to experience this. As a way of helping everyone especially the parents, who still find it quite hard to manage issues like this, I found this great application which featured a safety app which gets me connected to a Safety Network or escalate my call to the nearest 911 when needed, it has other cool features that are helpful for your kids with just a press of a Panic Button. Check it here: http://www.SafeKidZone.com/
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  • Introduction of the topic: -cindy!!!
  • 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!!!! 
  • Transcript

    • 1. Patricia Crowley Cindy Moren Education 350-02 Bullying in Schools
    • 2. What is Bullying?
      • 4 Different types of Bullying:
        • Physical Bullying
        • Cyberbullying
        • Verbal Bullying
        • Social/Relational Bullying
      • “ Bullying requires a power imbalance between aggressor and victim, and specifically excludes a conflict or fight between students of equal strength.”
    • 3. Physical Bullying
      • Includes:
        • Hitting
        • Punching
        • Kicking
        • Destruction of a child’s property
        • Any other type of physical harm
        • “ Big Bully”
      • Most easy to identify because it involves discrete acts of violence and can be readily observed.
    • 4. Cyberbullying
      • Includes:
        • Harassing emails
        • Harassing Instant Messages
        • Intimidating websites/blogs
      • “ 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.
      • http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2485439857650955842&ei=Jd7gSbXpFZGgqgKU07i7DQ&q=cyber+bullying&hl=en
    • 5. Verbal Bullying
      • Includes:
        • Teasing
        • Name-calling
        • Taunting
        • Spreading gossip or malicious rumors.
      • Refers to statements that tease or insult the victim, but do not threaten physical harm.
      • Verbal bullying’s effects can be more devastating in some ways than physical bullying because there are no visible scars
    • 6.
      • The subtlest form of
      • bullying and involves
      • manipulation of friendship patterns and social interactions to demean or exclude the victim from peers.
      • More prevalent in girls than boys.
      • Victim is usually left out of social situations, both in and out of school. Usually seen as an outsider.
      • The social rank. Ex: the “popular kids.”
      Social Bullying
    • 7. Indicators of a Victim
      • Damaged/Missing pieces of clothes,
      • books or other belongings
      • Unexplained cuts/bruises/scratches
      • Limited friends at school/spends time with (antisocial)
      • Takes detours to school
      • Looses interest in school/begins to do poorly
      • Appears sad, moody teary depressed when they get home
      • Complains frequently of physical ailments
      • Has trouble eating or sleeping
      • Loss of appetite
      • Appears anxious/low self esteem
      • Aggressive behaviors
    • 8. Indicators of a Bully
      • **Note** Identifying bullies
      • is not easy, but there are
      • clues to help with physical bullies:
      • Children who are dominant, impulsive and easily frustrated
      • Children who cannot empathize
      • Cannot follow directions and rules and see violence as a desirable affect
      • Backgrounds can give insight: those who lack warmth and understanding at home or who have parents who do not get involved with the student
    • 9.
      • Victims decide enough is enough and take matters into own hands:
        • Shootings
          • Columbine High School, Littleton, CO- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJ13CZ4Hekg
          • Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dOLSNLsR5A&feature=related
          • Santana High School, Santee, CA- http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/metro/santana/photogallery.html
        • Suicides
          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gE5yINOn4N4
      • Physical Injury
      • Mental and Emotional Instability
      • Lower Self-esteem
      Consequences of bullying
    • 10. What can be done?
      • Attend conferences
        • Standing Up to Bullying Conference
      • Make laws against Bullying
        • Kentucky School board
      • Positive reinforcement
      • Peer acceptance lessons
      • Positive student-teacher relationship
      • School Based Violence Prevention Programs
        • Few schools have this; Positive Impacts towards physical bullying- creating increase in others
        • Social competence training, classroom management, meditation and other types of interventions
    • 11. What questions do you have?

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