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TELL Project - Brave Yourself, Tell Your World.

  1. 1. An Anti-bullying campaign proposal
  2. 2. "an act broadly defined as a class of intentional and repeated acts that occur through physical, verbal, and relational forms in situations where power difference is present" (Olweus, 1993) BULLYING
  3. 3. Second home for more than 1000 children Based on a simple interview with several active students, bullying act are still present Private owned school in Depok YTI Elementary School Immediate action are needed to adress bullying problem, especially at YTI where program to counter bullying are not present
  4. 4. Category of Bullying Data acquired from students by interview Most of the bullying case at YTI Elementary School are categorized as verbal bullying act. This act including calling names, unpleasant swearing, etc.
  5. 5. To address bullying problem at school, it is important to pay attention to every details of the problem, as well as caution to prevent bullying case from reoccuring
  6. 6. Brave yourself, Tell your world.
  7. 7. Project TELL based on Huneck’s 5 point on how to stop and prevent bullying at school (2007). Project TELL is a set of versatile, fully scalable programs as countermeasure for bullying. These programs are working as both preventive and curative measure.
  8. 8. Bullying decreases in schools where: • Trusting Student / Teacher relationships are the norm • Students and teachers are aware of behaviors that constitute bullying • Empathy and compassion are embedded in the culture of the school • Attention is directed to the connection between school climate and student achievement • Policies are in place and rules and consequences are understood
  9. 9. Huneck’s 5 point may be practically interpreted into 3 key points: Awareness of what constitutes bullying, relationship between parents, teacher, and students, and enforcement of rule and its consequences. These three key points translated into TELL Project Key Activities, while Huneck’s 5 point become its evaluation parameter
  10. 10. Making awareness towards bullying and encouragement to the bullied to stand as its objective, Project TELL targets educational institution, mainly elementary through high school, where bullying most frequent
  11. 11. Project TELL consists of 3 key activities, covering both curative and preventive measures of anti bullying. These three key activities includes several sub-activities for specific conditions.
  12. 12. • Communication training for parents and children • Class representative training • 24/7 consultation with school-appointed psychologist • E-learning website with optional authorized certification Training includes anti-bullying topic and no-bullying campaign. Due to the nature of verbal Bullying that one of the factor is miscommunication (Kamchuchat, 2008), the YTI case’s main focus are shifted at this key activity.
  13. 13. • School rules and consequences socialization • Rule enforcement with the help of class representatives • Homeroom teacher session to ensure rules are heed Though rules enforcement are just normative action, it is important to make sure that the rules are heed.
  14. 14. • Class representative groups as class peer support • Peer support class for bullied children • Parent-teacher Association sharing session. Peer support activities are fully curative action to support the bullied children. Peer support class are conducted monthly to ensure the positive progress of emotional recovery of bullied children.
  15. 15. Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Parents Communication Training Student Communication Training Class Representative Training 24/7 Consultation Rules Enforcement School Rules Socialization Peer Support Class Parent-Teacher Association Session Consultation and Training Peer Support Implementation strategy in YTI Elementary school includes mixing the training content in the student orienteering and weekly homeroom session, making the communication of the issue become easier and more effective
  16. 16. To evaluate the project implementation performance, KPI based on Huneck’s 5 Points are used In a time frame of 1 full year of implementation: • All Monthly activity are timely done • All students and teachers are aware of behaviors that constitute bullying (100% Awareness) • Number of bullying case count, either verbal, physical, and emotional, are decreased by 80% • Violation of the bullying-related rules are decreased by 75%
  17. 17. Projected cost per-year of the TELL Project for full-scale project. Implementation projection in YTI Elementary costs as low as Rp. 25.000,-/year/student Parents Communication Training 2.500.000Rp Children Communication Training 1.000.000Rp Class Representative Training 1.000.000Rp E-learning Website Development 1.000.000Rp 24/7 Consultation 10.000.000Rp Peer Support Class 750.000Rp Parent-teacher Association Session 1.000.000Rp 17.250.000Rp 750.000Rp 750.000Rp 2.500.000Rp 21.250.000Rp Reserve Fund Total Training and Consultation Peer Support Subtotal Documentation Administration
  18. 18. More info on Project TELL: (Psst! It’s up and running, give it a visit!)
  19. 19. Cited Works: • Olweus, D. (1993). Bullying at school: What we know and what we can do. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 140 pp. • Huneck, A. (2007). Bullying: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of One American and One Indonesian Elementary School. • Kamchuchat, C. Et.al. (2008). Workplace Violence Directed at Nursing Staff at a General Hospital in Southern Thailand. Image Credit: • http://blog.djarumbeasiswaplus.org/dessywulandary/files/2013/10/Anak-Indonesia.jpg • http://1.bp.blogspot.com/- fhBtmS9FQis/Ur33FySs7bI/AAAAAAAAEbw/EKT47fW4xuM/s1600/photo%2825%29.JPG • http://r4d.org/sites/resultsfordevelopment.org/files/images/projects/BIGS%20Indonesia%20- %20school.png

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