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“DIGNITY FOR
                     ALL
                  STUDENTS”




              STOP BULLYING!
Advanced Clinical Experience
          Project
   By Desiree Ann Mitzel
       Spring 2012
WHAT ARE SIX THINGS YOU NEED
  TO DO IN ORDER TO STAY
         HEALTHY?

 1.Eat Healthy Foods
 2.Exercise Every Day
 3.Stay Safe
 4.Get Plenty of Rest
 5.Positive Attitude
 6.Drink Lots Of Water
In and Out of
 Our Schools
“There is a light at the end of the tunnel but
 first you'll have to find the light switch
 and change the bulb before switching it
 on yourself.“

- Tim Field
Bullying
                    by other
                    students
Harassment
              Discrimination
Some of us            Some of us
are tall!             are fat.

        Some of us
         are short!   Some of
                       us are
                        thin.




                         Some of us
Some of us               walk
    get                  with
 around in               crutches.
wheelchairs.
Some of us
                  are good
    Some of us    at sport.
    are good at                   Some of us
    music.                        have
                                  dark hair.

Some of                        Some of
us have                        us are
red hair.                      good at
                               art.



Some of us have
blonde hair.
                               Some of us are
                               good at math.
Some of us even
come from              Remember:
different countries.   What makes you
                       different,
                       makes you special!
BULLYING CAN OCCUR

PLAYGROUND                                        HALLWAY
                        BATHROOM




                                             LUNCHROOM
                 WHERE?
CLASSROOM


   Children usually are bullied by one child or a small
   group
   Bullying is more common at school than on the way
   to/from school
If you or someone you know is
being bullied...
                  When you are being
  …Tell and         bullied, it is hard to
                    concentrate
  get help.       You probably feel unhappy
                    and scared.
                  Perhaps you are keeping
                    the bullying a secret
                    because the bully has
                    threatened you.
                  But staying silent means
                    the bullying won’t stop.
You will have real
                friends, not people, who
                are only there because
If you are     they are afraid of you.
a bully        Becoming a good person
                will make you feel better
 ….You can      about yourself
 change your   You will find some
 behavior      nice friends.
TYPES OF BULLYING….

                  PHYSICAL



VERBAL



             EMOTIONAL
Won’t leave you alone
Saying unkind       even when you say
                    “I’ve had enough.”      Thinking it’s fun
things about                                to make you sad.
    you.




 Won’t let others
 talk to you.

                      Stopping other          Hitting you on
                      children playing        purpose.
                      with you.
PHYICAL
BULLYING CAN
INCLUDE
               Pushing
               Kicking
               Hitting
               Pinching
               Any other forms of
                violence
VERBAL BULLYING CAN
         BE
Name-calling
Sarcasm
Spreading
Rumors
Threats
EMOTIONAL BULLYING CAN
       INCLUDE

           Excluding Others

           Making fun of others

           Humiliation

           Tormenting
           (Examples: hiding books,
           threatening gestures),
Long-Term Implications
of Being Bullied
               Low self-esteem
               Depression
               Perceive school as
                unsafe
               Miss more days of
                school than
                friends….in turn,
                learning is affected
Let‟s Listen To The
    Story Called…..



STICKS AND STONES
Luke was happily walking
       to school minding his own
MOVE
       business whistling as he
 PEE
       went. Suddenly he heard
WEE!
       someone shout “Get out
       of my way Pee Wee!” As
       he turned around he saw
       Kevin, the biggest boy in
       school, racing towards
       him on his skateboard.
       Luckily he leapt out of
       the way just in time to
       avoid being knocked over.
On his way home Luke
                     saw Kevin with his dog
                     waiting on the corner.
                     Luke kept walking and
                     hoped for the best.
                     “Hey Shrimp, what’s it
                     like down there,”
                     laughed Kevin. “You are
                     the most pathetic
                     excuse for a boy I have
                     ever seen.”
What could Luke do
      now?
Luke ran home as
                       quickly as he could just
                       hoping that Kevin or his
                       dog wouldn’t chase him.
                       When he got home he
                       went into his bedroom
                       and sat alone, quietly
                       wondering why Kevin
                       was being so mean to
                       him.
How do you think
Luke is feeling,
sitting in his room?
The next day Luke
spent all day trying to
stay away from Kevin.
Unfortunately he only
managed to do it until
lunch time……..
“You’re so small and
scrawny I could squash
you and feed you to my
dog Tyson. Where do
you buy your clothes,
the baby section?”
laughed Kevin. Luke
tried to hold back the
tears but eventually
they began to trickle
down his cheeks.
As his alarm went off
                       the next morning Luke
                       rubbed his eyes and
                       wished he didn’t have to
                       go to school. “I could
                       tell mom that I’m not
                       very well, maybe she
                       will let me stay home,”
                       he thought.
What do you think
would happen if Luke
doesn’t go to school
today?
“I’m sorry Luke but
       you don’t seem that
       ill to me. You
Can
mom
       shouldn’t take time
help   off school unless you
me?    are really ill,” said
       Mrs Thomas. “Should
       I tell mom about
       Kevin?” thought Luke.
Luke’s mom said
to Luke that she
thought the
names Kevin had    Luke started to laugh
called him were    too, as he thought about
silly names.       what Kevin had said.
“Shrimp, is that   “Feed me to his dog,
the best he can    what a ridiculous idea”
do?” giggled       chuckled Luke.
Luke’s mom.
The next day when
              Kevin started to say
              mean things Luke didn’t
              start to cry. Instead
              he thought about how
              silly Kevin was and
              began laughing. Kevin
              tried again but Luke
              just laughed even
              harder.
Kevin finally got bored with Luke
laughing at him and just carried on
walking to school.
Luke enjoyed
going to
school again.



            The End
Bullying Is Wrong

 Nobody has     Hitting them
 the right to   Kicking them
 hurt other     Calling them names
 people by….    Sending them threatening
                 text messages
                Spreading rumors about
                 them
                Doing anything else which
                 is intended to be upsetting
What Does It Feel Like
                 To Be Bullied?
Bullying can mean many different
              things.
                                       Being hit
    Being             Being
   pushed           ignored
  or pulled        or left out              Having your
                                              things
                                              taken
                            Being called
         Having rumours        names
          spread about                          Being
              you                              teased
Bullying Hurts
    Bullying makes you scared and upset.


•     Bullying can make you so worried that you can't
    work well at school.


    Some children make up excuses so they don‟t have
    to go to school.


    Bullying can make you feel that you are no good,
    that there is something wrong with you.


      Bullies can make you feel that it's your fault.
She’s quiet               He’s got
 and won’t                 more
tell on me.               friends      You look
                          than me    scared I can
                                      easily make
                                        you cry.
              She’s the
              teacher’s
                pet.
KINDNESS




COMPASSION
LET‟S WATCH THE VIDEO
ABOUT RACHEL‟S CHALLENGE
             You May Just
              Start A Chain
               Reaction”
               -Rachel Scott
RACHEL‟S CHALLENGE
RACHEL‟S

    5
MESSAGES
RACHEL
SCOTT‟S
KINDNESS
ESSAY
THINGS WE
SHOULD
DO…..




 THINGS WE SHOULD NOT
 DO…..
THINGS WE SHOULD
         DO…..
 Seek adult help
Do not participate in the harassment of
the victim
Offer kind words to the victim
Do not become involved in rumors and
gossip
If you can effectively communicate with
the bully, tell the bully that he is doing
inappropriate things
Do not become involved in physical or
verbal fights with a bully
THINGS WE SHOULD NOT DO…..
   Don't try to deal with the problem on your
    own. There is nothing wrong with asking for
    help.
   Don't hit the people who are bullying you. You
    might end up being accused of bullying
    yourself.
   Always tell the truth about what has happened.
    Don't exaggerate. If a small part of what you
    are saying is shown to be untrue then it throws
    everything else into doubt.
   Don't hide what is happening from the adults
    you trust. Keeping things secret is the bullies'
    biggest weapon. That is why they go to so
    much trouble to stop you telling.
CYBER
BULLYING
Other Names For
Cyberbullying…
Electronic
Bullying

Online Social
Cruelty
CYBER BULLYING IS…
                                    Being cruel to others by
                                     sending or posting harmful
                                     material using technological
                                     means
                                    An individual or group that
                                     uses information and
                                     communication involving
                                     electronic technologies to
                                    Facilitate deliberate and
                                     repeated harassment
                                    Threat to an individual or
                                     group.
Distribution of cyber bullying
venues used by young people in
the US, according to the Centers
for Disease Control
CYBER BULLIES‟
TECHNOLOGY
              E-mail
              Cell phones
              Pager text messages
              Instant messaging
              Personal web sites
              Online personal
                polling web sites
              Chat rooms
DIFFERENCES
            BULLYING                      CYBERBULLYING
 DIRECT                          • ANONYMOUS

 Occurs on                        Occurs off
  school property                   school property
                                   Good relationships with teachers
 Poor relationships
  with teachers
                                   Fear loss of technology privileges
 Fear retribution
  Physical: Hitting, Punching &    Further under the radar than
  Shoving                           bullying
  Verbal: Teasing, Name calling
  & Gossip                        • Emotional reactions cannot be
  Nonverbal: Use of gestures &      determined
  Exclusion
                                  {McKenna & Bargh, 2004; Ybarra &
www.stopbullyingnow.hrsa.gov        Mitchell, 2004
Let‟s STOP Bullying
      Together
BEING BULLIED?
          What Can You Do?
     STAND UP Straight




               Look The Bully In The Eyes




Walk Away Without Saying A Word
If the Bully                 Continues to

             Bother You




  Take a deep breath and say „No!‟
            very loudly                NO!

How would        How would
 you feel?      the bully feel?
Let‟s Stop             TELL, TELL, TELL!!
 Bullying            Practice what you want to
Together                         say.

                    Keep a note or diary of what
If you are being            is happening.
bullied, you can
 do something              Don't give up.
    about it.
                    Ask your parents to visit the
You can make a                 school.
   difference
                    Talk over what to do with a
                    friend, teacher, your mom or
                      dad or someone you trust
Too Many Letters!

  Linda is tearing her hair out
  because she has too many
  bullying letters. Can you
  help by answering some of
  the letters for her?
LETTER #1

             Dear Linda,

             I am 9 years old. When I
             play on the yard in school
             I get tripped up and
             bigger boys keep taking
             my dinner money. I hate
             going to school, what
             can I do?

             Gavin

What would
 you do?
LETTER #2     Dear Linda,
              I have seen a group of children
              in my school picking on another
              boy. They steal his money and
              often hit him. Once they
              smashed his glasses and threw
              them in the toilet. I feel really
              sorry for him. I would like to
              try and help but I don’t want
              to get on the wrong side of the
              bullies. Is there anything I can
              do?

              Josh


 What would
  you do?
LETTER #3     Dear Linda,
              I am a 12 year old girl and I am
              being bullied through a
              website.
              Everyone in school goes on
              there
              but a group of girls have been
              posting really nasty things
              about me. I tried talking to
              the girls but they told me that
              if I tell anybody they will
              post more messages and beat
              me up on my way home from
              school.
   What
  would you   Joanne

    do?
Find out how much you
know about bullying.
Do you know what
makes a bully and what
to do if someone is
being bullied?
You and your best friend Dean
have an argument and you decide
not to speak to him anymore. Is
this a form of bullying?




    YES                           NO
As well as not speaking to Dean
yourself you tell everyone in your
class that they should not speak
to Dean. Is this a form of
bullying?



  YES                                NO
During a school soccer game, an
opposition player comes behind you
and you and kicks your ankle. You
can’t play the rest of the game, have
you been the victim of bullying?




     YES                                NO
You think it is funny to pass
notes around your class that
say untrue things about a girl
or boy in your class. Are you a
bully?



   YES                            NO
You see a year 6 girl
picking on a year 3 boy on
the school yard. What
should you do?


                              Ignore it, she
                                    isn’t
  Tell an adult
                             doing anything to
   what has
                                    you.
   happened
A boy who is 2 years older than
you has taken your sandwiches
off you everyday this week so
you have had nothing for lunch.
What would be the best thing to
do?

                                  Ask your mother
 Tell an adult                    for lunch money
  what has                             instead
  happened
Stand up straight,
 in front of a mirror



                         Look at your
Say “NO!” really
                        eyes -make them
 loudly                    look stern
            NO!
Everyone is different and you
should be proud of who you are!
Treat others the way you would
like to be treated and you’ll find
making friends is easy.
Bullying In and Out Of Our Schools

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Bullying In and Out Of Our Schools

  • 1. “DIGNITY FOR ALL STUDENTS” STOP BULLYING! Advanced Clinical Experience Project By Desiree Ann Mitzel Spring 2012
  • 2. WHAT ARE SIX THINGS YOU NEED TO DO IN ORDER TO STAY HEALTHY? 1.Eat Healthy Foods 2.Exercise Every Day 3.Stay Safe 4.Get Plenty of Rest 5.Positive Attitude 6.Drink Lots Of Water
  • 3. In and Out of Our Schools
  • 4. “There is a light at the end of the tunnel but first you'll have to find the light switch and change the bulb before switching it on yourself.“ - Tim Field
  • 5. Bullying by other students Harassment Discrimination
  • 6. Some of us Some of us are tall! are fat. Some of us are short! Some of us are thin. Some of us Some of us walk get with around in crutches. wheelchairs.
  • 7. Some of us are good Some of us at sport. are good at Some of us music. have dark hair. Some of Some of us have us are red hair. good at art. Some of us have blonde hair. Some of us are good at math.
  • 8. Some of us even come from Remember: different countries. What makes you different, makes you special!
  • 9. BULLYING CAN OCCUR PLAYGROUND HALLWAY BATHROOM LUNCHROOM WHERE? CLASSROOM Children usually are bullied by one child or a small group Bullying is more common at school than on the way to/from school
  • 10. If you or someone you know is being bullied... When you are being …Tell and bullied, it is hard to concentrate get help. You probably feel unhappy and scared. Perhaps you are keeping the bullying a secret because the bully has threatened you. But staying silent means the bullying won’t stop.
  • 11. You will have real friends, not people, who are only there because If you are they are afraid of you. a bully Becoming a good person will make you feel better ….You can about yourself change your You will find some behavior nice friends.
  • 12. TYPES OF BULLYING…. PHYSICAL VERBAL EMOTIONAL
  • 13. Won’t leave you alone Saying unkind even when you say “I’ve had enough.” Thinking it’s fun things about to make you sad. you. Won’t let others talk to you. Stopping other Hitting you on children playing purpose. with you.
  • 14. PHYICAL BULLYING CAN INCLUDE Pushing Kicking Hitting Pinching Any other forms of violence
  • 15. VERBAL BULLYING CAN BE Name-calling Sarcasm Spreading Rumors Threats
  • 16. EMOTIONAL BULLYING CAN INCLUDE Excluding Others Making fun of others Humiliation Tormenting (Examples: hiding books, threatening gestures),
  • 17. Long-Term Implications of Being Bullied Low self-esteem Depression Perceive school as unsafe Miss more days of school than friends….in turn, learning is affected
  • 18.
  • 19. Let‟s Listen To The Story Called….. STICKS AND STONES
  • 20. Luke was happily walking to school minding his own MOVE business whistling as he PEE went. Suddenly he heard WEE! someone shout “Get out of my way Pee Wee!” As he turned around he saw Kevin, the biggest boy in school, racing towards him on his skateboard. Luckily he leapt out of the way just in time to avoid being knocked over.
  • 21. On his way home Luke saw Kevin with his dog waiting on the corner. Luke kept walking and hoped for the best. “Hey Shrimp, what’s it like down there,” laughed Kevin. “You are the most pathetic excuse for a boy I have ever seen.” What could Luke do now?
  • 22. Luke ran home as quickly as he could just hoping that Kevin or his dog wouldn’t chase him. When he got home he went into his bedroom and sat alone, quietly wondering why Kevin was being so mean to him. How do you think Luke is feeling, sitting in his room?
  • 23. The next day Luke spent all day trying to stay away from Kevin. Unfortunately he only managed to do it until lunch time……..
  • 24. “You’re so small and scrawny I could squash you and feed you to my dog Tyson. Where do you buy your clothes, the baby section?” laughed Kevin. Luke tried to hold back the tears but eventually they began to trickle down his cheeks.
  • 25. As his alarm went off the next morning Luke rubbed his eyes and wished he didn’t have to go to school. “I could tell mom that I’m not very well, maybe she will let me stay home,” he thought. What do you think would happen if Luke doesn’t go to school today?
  • 26. “I’m sorry Luke but you don’t seem that ill to me. You Can mom shouldn’t take time help off school unless you me? are really ill,” said Mrs Thomas. “Should I tell mom about Kevin?” thought Luke.
  • 27. Luke’s mom said to Luke that she thought the names Kevin had Luke started to laugh called him were too, as he thought about silly names. what Kevin had said. “Shrimp, is that “Feed me to his dog, the best he can what a ridiculous idea” do?” giggled chuckled Luke. Luke’s mom.
  • 28. The next day when Kevin started to say mean things Luke didn’t start to cry. Instead he thought about how silly Kevin was and began laughing. Kevin tried again but Luke just laughed even harder. Kevin finally got bored with Luke laughing at him and just carried on walking to school.
  • 30. Bullying Is Wrong Nobody has Hitting them the right to Kicking them hurt other Calling them names people by…. Sending them threatening text messages Spreading rumors about them Doing anything else which is intended to be upsetting
  • 31. What Does It Feel Like To Be Bullied? Bullying can mean many different things. Being hit Being Being pushed ignored or pulled or left out Having your things taken Being called Having rumours names spread about Being you teased
  • 32. Bullying Hurts Bullying makes you scared and upset. • Bullying can make you so worried that you can't work well at school. Some children make up excuses so they don‟t have to go to school. Bullying can make you feel that you are no good, that there is something wrong with you. Bullies can make you feel that it's your fault.
  • 33. She’s quiet He’s got and won’t more tell on me. friends You look than me scared I can easily make you cry. She’s the teacher’s pet.
  • 35. LET‟S WATCH THE VIDEO ABOUT RACHEL‟S CHALLENGE You May Just Start A Chain Reaction” -Rachel Scott
  • 36.
  • 38. RACHEL‟S 5 MESSAGES
  • 40. THINGS WE SHOULD DO….. THINGS WE SHOULD NOT DO…..
  • 41. THINGS WE SHOULD DO…..  Seek adult help Do not participate in the harassment of the victim Offer kind words to the victim Do not become involved in rumors and gossip If you can effectively communicate with the bully, tell the bully that he is doing inappropriate things Do not become involved in physical or verbal fights with a bully
  • 42. THINGS WE SHOULD NOT DO…..  Don't try to deal with the problem on your own. There is nothing wrong with asking for help.  Don't hit the people who are bullying you. You might end up being accused of bullying yourself.  Always tell the truth about what has happened. Don't exaggerate. If a small part of what you are saying is shown to be untrue then it throws everything else into doubt.  Don't hide what is happening from the adults you trust. Keeping things secret is the bullies' biggest weapon. That is why they go to so much trouble to stop you telling.
  • 45. CYBER BULLYING IS…  Being cruel to others by sending or posting harmful material using technological means  An individual or group that uses information and communication involving electronic technologies to  Facilitate deliberate and repeated harassment  Threat to an individual or group. Distribution of cyber bullying venues used by young people in the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control
  • 46. CYBER BULLIES‟ TECHNOLOGY E-mail Cell phones Pager text messages Instant messaging Personal web sites Online personal polling web sites Chat rooms
  • 47. DIFFERENCES BULLYING CYBERBULLYING  DIRECT • ANONYMOUS  Occurs on  Occurs off school property school property  Good relationships with teachers  Poor relationships with teachers  Fear loss of technology privileges  Fear retribution Physical: Hitting, Punching &  Further under the radar than Shoving bullying Verbal: Teasing, Name calling & Gossip • Emotional reactions cannot be Nonverbal: Use of gestures & determined Exclusion {McKenna & Bargh, 2004; Ybarra & www.stopbullyingnow.hrsa.gov Mitchell, 2004
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  • 50. BEING BULLIED? What Can You Do? STAND UP Straight Look The Bully In The Eyes Walk Away Without Saying A Word
  • 51. If the Bully Continues to Bother You Take a deep breath and say „No!‟ very loudly NO! How would How would you feel? the bully feel?
  • 52. Let‟s Stop  TELL, TELL, TELL!! Bullying  Practice what you want to Together say.  Keep a note or diary of what If you are being is happening. bullied, you can do something  Don't give up. about it.  Ask your parents to visit the You can make a school. difference  Talk over what to do with a friend, teacher, your mom or dad or someone you trust
  • 53. Too Many Letters! Linda is tearing her hair out because she has too many bullying letters. Can you help by answering some of the letters for her?
  • 54. LETTER #1 Dear Linda, I am 9 years old. When I play on the yard in school I get tripped up and bigger boys keep taking my dinner money. I hate going to school, what can I do? Gavin What would you do?
  • 55. LETTER #2 Dear Linda, I have seen a group of children in my school picking on another boy. They steal his money and often hit him. Once they smashed his glasses and threw them in the toilet. I feel really sorry for him. I would like to try and help but I don’t want to get on the wrong side of the bullies. Is there anything I can do? Josh What would you do?
  • 56. LETTER #3 Dear Linda, I am a 12 year old girl and I am being bullied through a website. Everyone in school goes on there but a group of girls have been posting really nasty things about me. I tried talking to the girls but they told me that if I tell anybody they will post more messages and beat me up on my way home from school. What would you Joanne do?
  • 57. Find out how much you know about bullying. Do you know what makes a bully and what to do if someone is being bullied?
  • 58. You and your best friend Dean have an argument and you decide not to speak to him anymore. Is this a form of bullying? YES NO
  • 59. As well as not speaking to Dean yourself you tell everyone in your class that they should not speak to Dean. Is this a form of bullying? YES NO
  • 60. During a school soccer game, an opposition player comes behind you and you and kicks your ankle. You can’t play the rest of the game, have you been the victim of bullying? YES NO
  • 61. You think it is funny to pass notes around your class that say untrue things about a girl or boy in your class. Are you a bully? YES NO
  • 62. You see a year 6 girl picking on a year 3 boy on the school yard. What should you do? Ignore it, she isn’t Tell an adult doing anything to what has you. happened
  • 63. A boy who is 2 years older than you has taken your sandwiches off you everyday this week so you have had nothing for lunch. What would be the best thing to do? Ask your mother Tell an adult for lunch money what has instead happened
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  • 65. Stand up straight, in front of a mirror Look at your Say “NO!” really eyes -make them loudly look stern NO!
  • 66. Everyone is different and you should be proud of who you are!
  • 67. Treat others the way you would like to be treated and you’ll find making friends is easy.