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    • BULLYING And what can be done about it
    • BULLYING DEFINITION
      • Reoccurring aggression towards a fellow student who is not able to defend themselves
      • Students with exceptionalities are more likely to be bullied by their peers or to be the ones bullying their fellow students
    • BULLYING CAN BE DISTINGUISHED FROM OTHER FORMS OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN CHILDREN BY:
      • Imbalance of power between the bully and the victim
      • Intent to harm by the bully
      • Threat of further aggression that is known to both the bully and the victim
      • Deliberate creation of terror in the victim that is used to maintain dominance
    • COMMON PERSONALITY TRAITS IN BULLIES:
      • Sense of entitlement to dominate others
      • Intolerance to differences in others
      • Believe it is acceptable to exclude a person whom they do not like
    • VICTIMS ARE USUALLY ATTACKED IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
      • Race
      • Religion
      • Gender
      • Physical Attributes
      • Mental Abilities
    • IMPORTANT ASPECTS OF ANTI-BULLYING PROGRAMS:
      • Teaching friendship and emotion regulation skills
      • Identifying types of bullying behaviour
      • Teaching bullying prevention skills
      • Discussing peer group behaviour
      • Taking student bullying reports using specific protocol
      • Following up with students involved with bullying
      • Strategies to decrease bullying are most effective if they are applied at the level of the whole school
      • Policies that include educational themes, curriculum materials and structural supports are effective
      • It is important that firm limits are set as to what is unacceptable behaviour and that violations are treated with discipline rather than punishment.
      • Anti-bullying programs can be effective in increasing student’s confidence in managing bullying
    • EDMUND BURKE
      • "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing"