march virtue pink day bullying piece

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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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march virtue pink day bullying piece

  1. 1. You are practicing tolerancewhen… You try and change yourself before trying to change others… You accept people the way they are …faults and all.
  2. 2. Tolerance is not … …judging others by the way they look, sound or dress.
  3. 3. When tolerance breaksdown…it fuels intolerance. ….and intolerance can lead to bullying behaviours
  4. 4. What is bullying? Bullyingis where there is an imbalance of power...and repeated abuse...  Physical  Verbal  Emotional
  5. 5. What is bullying? Bullyingcan be repeated physical attacks...  Hitting  Pushing  Spitting  Kicking  Stealing
  6. 6. What is bullying? Bullying can be repeated verbal attacks...  Threats  Name calling  Lying  Negative remarks
  7. 7. What is bullying? Bullyingcan be repeated emotional intimidation...  Exclusion  Spreading rumours and gossiping  Intimidation  Humiliation
  8. 8. Roles of Bullying  Bully  Target  Bystander  Active Bystander: assisting or reinforcing bully  Passive Bystander: avoiding or refusing to intervene
  9. 9. What is ‘BYSTANDER’?In almost every case of bullying there is a bystander...
  10. 10. What is ‘BYSTANDER’? The bystander sees or witnesses what’s going on They see the scuffles in the school hallway, and read the vicious stream of insults on Facebook, but sadly...most of the time…. look away, or log off
  11. 11. Every bystander’s choice...The bystander who sees or witnesses what’s going on...has a choice...
  12. 12. Every bystander’s choice... A bystander who stands by and laughs at what is going on …is really giving their silent approval. You’renot objecting…not ignoring it…
  13. 13. Every bystander’s choice...To Act..and do something.ToBe Afraid and do nothing.
  14. 14. What it means to be courageous...And doing the right thing sometimes takes courage...
  15. 15. What research says about theBYSTANDER role...  Canadian research says,  “One student confronting a bully is often enough to stop the abuse instantly”
  16. 16. What can you do as aBYSTANDER to bullying...?These 3 response ranked higher than even getting an adult to intervene.... 1. comfort them after the fact 2. Help them get away from the situation 3. give them advice
  17. 17. What can you do as a VICTIMof bullying...?Tell them to STOP.It takes a bit of courage...Do you have it? How long are you willing to allow someone to treat you this way?You deserve and have a right to respect!
  18. 18. What can you do as a VICTIMof bullying...? It’s not your fault It’s about the bully, not you You don’t deserve to be bullied. You deserve to be safe. It’s okay to ask for helpYou deserve and have a right to respect!
  19. 19. What can you do as a VICTIMof bullying...?It won’t stop?? You talk… You share… You ask for help…
  20. 20. What can you do as a VICTIMof bullying...?Who can help? Friends… Teachers… Principals… Parents… Kids Help Phone…
  21. 21. What research says about thebully… Usually suffer themselves from poor self-esteem So starved for attention…craves the attention of others…even if it is negative attention Are usually not entirely comfortable with themselves…so much so that they need to make others feel worse to make themselves feel better…
  22. 22. What we need to do… Is it kind? Is it necessary? Expect respect…you have a right to it. Don’t give a bully an audience. Show some class, show some character…do something.

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