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Bullying including the Philippine Anti- Bullying Law

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  1. 1. BULLYIN G Prepared by Rose Ann Camille Santos
  2. 2. “IF YOU CALL SOMEONE FAT IT DOESN'T MAKE YOU ANY SKINNIER, IF YOU CALL SOMEONE STUPID IT DOESN'T MAKE YOU ANY SMARTER.” BULLYING
  3. 3. BULLY COMES FROM THE DUTCH “BOEL” MEANING LOVER OR BROTHER 500 YEARS AGO IT MEANT FRIEND, FAMILY MEMBER OR SWEETHEART ROOTWORD of BULLY (past) DID YOU KNOW?
  4. 4. “WE HAVEN´T LEARN TO BEHAVE AS BROTHERS” -MARTÍN LUTHER KING BULLY (present)
  5. 5. is unwanted or aggressive behavior between school aged children. Both bullies and the bully may have serious permanent problems. DEFINITION of BULLYING BULLYING
  6. 6. TYPES OF BULLYING
  7. 7. . WHY KIDS BULLY?
  8. 8. EFFECTS of BULLYING . EFFECTS OF BULLYING
  9. 9. EFFECTS of BULLYING .
  10. 10. ANTI-BULLYING ACT of 2013 .
  11. 11. ANTI-BULLYING ACT of 2013 September 12, 2013, Republic Act No. 10627, entitled “An Act Requiring All Elementary And Secondary Schools To Adopt Policies To Prevent And Address The Acts Of Bullying In Their Institutions” was signed by President Aquino, officially placing executive imprimatur on the Bill passed by the 15th Congress.
  12. 12. “Anti-bullying act of 2013”, the law defines the act of bullying as “any severe or repeated use by one or more students of a written, verbal or electronic expression, or a physical act or gesture, or any combination thereof” that is “directed at another student.” ANTI-BULLYING ACT of 2013 Republic Act No. 10627
  13. 13. MANDATORY FOR SCHOOLS ANTI-BULLYING ACT of 2013 (1) Reporting (2) Responding (3) Restoring (4) Protecting (5) Providing
  14. 14. ADDRESS BULLYING! SOLUTION for BULLYING 1. Develop, post, and discuss 2. Treatment with warmth and respect 3. Demonstrate positive interest and involvement in your students. 4. Establish yourself as a clear and visible authority. 5. Take immediate action
  15. 15. ADDRESS BULLYING! 6. Listen to parents and students. 7. Notify parents of all involved students. 8. Refer students affected by bullying to school counseling. 9. Protect students who are bullied with a safety plan. 10. Provide information to parents about bullying. SOLUTION for BULLYING
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