Bullying: Don't Be a Bystander

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  • All of us are becoming more aware of cyber bullying, which makes it easier than ever for bullies to harass their victims. The media attention that bullying is currently receiving has caused many to clamor for increased prevention measures in schools. All this should make schools more aware of the problems caused by bullying, but school administrators must think carefully before changing their policies on bullying in order to handle this problem properly. My daughter was a victim of cyber bullying and reported it to the school administrator, but still it keeps on going over the net.This has to be stopped. Thanks to my sister who introduced to me this cell-phone based application for safety and protection that includes bullying. Just pressing a button she can notify and alert friends, family and myself. If needed, the call will be routed to the nearest 911 dispatch. Protect your children check this out: http://safekidzone.com
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Bullying: Don't Be a Bystander

  1. 1. Bystander: You Can Make A Difference<br />Bullying S behavrdatsintendD 2 cauZmNtL distress n.orfizikL harm, exists ina R/Ship n wich there's an imbalance of pwr n str, n S repEtedovrtym<br />Grade 6<br />Mrs. Glasgow<br />
  2. 2. What is a Bystander?<br />SOME1 huhpns 2 b therwen bullying izhapNn. Az a bystander U R n a unique positN of bnabL 2 do somTIN bout bullying jst by l%kin closely @ wothpns everyday n yor own Lyf. diRct o indirect bullying hrtz d entire skul & evrEbodyhz d responsibility 2 stop it.<br /><ul><li>Someone who happens to be there when bullying is happening
  3. 3. As a bystander you are in a unique position of being able to do something about bullying just by looking closely at what happens everyday in your own life.
  4. 4. Direct or indirect bullying hurts the entire school and everybody has the responsibility to stop it.</li></li></ul><li>Define: Bullying<br /><ul><li>Bullying is behavior that :
  5. 5. Is intended to cause mental distress and/or physical harm
  6. 6. Exists in a relationship in which there is an imbalance of power and strength
  7. 7. Is repeated over time</li></ul>Bullying S behavrdatsintendD 2 cauZmNtL distress n.orfizikL harm, exists ina R/Ship n wich there's an imbalance of pwr n str, n S repEtedovrtym<br />
  8. 8. Types of Bullying<br />Direct Bullying<br />Indirect Bullying<br />
  9. 9. Bystander Choices<br />Choice 1<br />Stand and Watch<br />
  10. 10. Choice 1: Stand and Watch<br />What is going on?<br />If someone is being hurt it is normal to feel: <br /><ul><li>Curious
  11. 11. Excited
  12. 12. Afraid</li></li></ul><li>Giving the Bully Power<br />Standing/watching Injury<br />=<br /> Same side as bully  <br />Standing/watching <br />not helping<br />=<br />Supporting the bully<br />Do you want to do that?<br />
  13. 13. Choice 2: <br />Support the Bully<br />People like to feel powerful<br />Why side with a bully?<br />You don’t like the victim<br />Bully is your friend<br />You could be the next victim<br />
  14. 14. Role Reversal<br />Do not misuse your power! <br />How would you feel as a victim?<br />
  15. 15. Choice 3:<br />Get Away<br />Normal Thinking:<br />- No Involvement<br />- No Hurt<br />- Victim Deserves It<br />- Keeping Out of Trouble<br />
  16. 16. Getting away <br />= <br />Safety<br />Bully Wins <br />=<br />Permission to Hurt Victim<br />Do you believe that?<br />What if the victim is you?<br />
  17. 17. Choice 4:<br />Active Bystander<br />Remember: Be Safe<br />Help the Victim<br />
  18. 18. Choice 4:<br />Active Bystander<br />Remember: Be Safe<br />Use your Voice<br />
  19. 19. Choice 4:<br />Active Bystander<br />Remember: Be Safe<br />Mediator<br />
  20. 20. Choice 4:<br />Active Bystander<br />Remember: Be Safe<br />Pull Bully Away <br />(safely)<br />
  21. 21. Choice 4:<br />Active Bystander<br />Remember: Be Safe<br />Get Help <br />(Adult/Ask for Help)<br />
  22. 22. James Preller'sBystander<br />
  23. 23. Remember<br />If you find yourself in a bystander situation that is getting out of control and you are uncomfortable that is the point you need to talk to an adult.<br />f u fndyrslfina bystander situ datsgetN OOC +U r uncom4tabl dats d point u nd 2 T2 an XXX.<br />

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