Symposium On Anti-Bullying In Schools

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Symposium On Anti-Bullying In Schools

  1. 1. SYMPOSIUM ON ANTI-BULLYING
  2. 2. What is bullying? Bullying is being mean to another student over and over again. Bullying often includes: • Teasing • Talking about hurting someone • Spreading rumors • Leaving kids out on purpose • Attacking someone by hitting them or yelling at them • Bullying does not always happen in person. Cyberbullying is a type of bullying that happens online or through text messages or emails. It includes posting rumors on sites like Facebook, sharing embarrassing pictures or videos, and making fake profiles or websites.
  3. 3. Forms of Bullying: • Physical bullying
  4. 4. • Verbal bullying
  5. 5. • Social (covert) bullying
  6. 6. • Psychological bullying
  7. 7. • Cyber bullying
  8. 8. Why Do Kids Bully? • There is no one single cause of bullying among children; individual, family, peer, school, and community factors can place a child or youth at risk for bullying.
  9. 9. Family risk factors for bullying: • • • • • • A lack of warmth and involvement on the part of parents. Overly-permissive parenting (including a lack of limits for children’s behavior). A lack of supervision by parents. Harsh, physical discipline. Parent modelling of bullying behavior. Victimization by older brothers.
  10. 10. Peer risk factors for bullying: • Friends who bully. • Friends who have positive attitudes about violence. • Some aggressive children who take on high status roles may use bullying as a way to enhance their social power and protect their prestige with peers. • Some children with low social status may use bullying as a way to deflect taunting and aggression that is directed towards them, or to enhance their social position with higher status peers.
  11. 11. Other Factors: • Bullying thrives in schools where faculty and staff do not address bullying, where there is no policy against bullying, and where there is little supervision of students—especially during lunch, bathroom breaks, and recess. • Models of bullying behavior are prevalent throughout society, especially in television, movies, and video games. • When children are aggregated together, they associate with others who are similar to them or who have qualities or characteristics that in some way support their own behaviors.
  12. 12. Victims of Bullying
  13. 13. Kids who are bullied have a hard time standing up for themselves. They think the kid who bullies them is more powerful than they are. Bullying can make them: • Sad, lonely, or nervous • Feel sick • Have problems at school • Bully other kids
  14. 14. The LONG TERM effects of bullying are: • Psychological Post-Trauma disorders • Self destructive behavior • Alcohol or substance abuse may result
  15. 15. EFFECTS OF BULLYING • Low self-confidence • Depression • Suicidal thoughts and suicide attempts • Abnormal fears and worries • Sleep disorders
  16. 16. • Nervous habits • Frequent crying • Bed-wetting • Poor appetite or digestive problems • School problems • Rage
  17. 17. What to do? If being bullied or cyber bullied , here are the things that a victim can do: • tell an adult right away (the best thing to do) • either stand up against the bully (if it’s safe) or to walk away from the bully • be with other kids. Loners are easy objects of bullies. • tell your teachers or school authorities about the incident. Per Dep Ed policy, both public and private schools are to set-up a CPC (Child Protection Committee) to receive reports and handle cases involving abuse and exploitation of kids.
  18. 18. • if social web was used for bullying, report it to the service provider the alleged abusive behavior so they can act on it. • ~ for Facebook, go here: http://www.facebook.com/help/359033794168099/ • ~ for Twitter, go here: https://support.twitter.com/groups/33-reporta-violation/topics/122-reporting-violations/articles/15789-how-toreport-violations • also for cyber bullying, block the concerned hostile account from accessing your social networking account(s)
  19. 19. • if applicable, change your email address and CP # or sim card and gradually share it to the people you trust • if necessary, have a vacation from your online activities • - file a complaint to police authorities. If you are from the Philippines, you can file an online complaint at PNP CIDGAngelNet, go here: http://cidgangelnet.ph/main/?page_id=121
  20. 20. • keep in mind that there are 2 laws that can be used for bullying cases. These are Batas Pambansa 232 and Republic Act 7610 • seek professional help if needed to recover from the trauma. • move on.
  21. 21. Bullying Statistics 2010 • The bullying statistics 2010 reveal that bullying is a crime that is not going away anytime soon. There are about 160,000 children that miss school every day out of fear of being bullied. Bullying statistics 2010 also report an increase in cyberbullying activities.
  22. 22. • New bullying statistics released in 2010 are showing that bullying is still a problem among children and teens, but is taking on a different approach with cyberbullying becoming more and more rampant in school and after school among teens and children. Social networking has provided an entirely new environment for bullying to take place. According to bullying statistics 2010, there are about 2.7 million students being bullied each year by about 2.1 students taking on the role of the bully.
  23. 23. Republic Act No. 10627 – Anti-Bullying Act of 2013
  24. 24. THANK YOU FOR INVITING ME

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