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BULLYING PREVENTION

BULLYING PREVENTION. OVERCOMING BULLYING IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS LAS PALMAS ELEMENTARY BY MARICRUZ VALDEZ/ EISD Oficer. What is bullying?.

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BULLYING PREVENTION

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  1. BULLYING PREVENTION OVERCOMING BULLYING IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS LAS PALMAS ELEMENTARY BY MARICRUZ VALDEZ/ EISD Oficer

  2. What is bullying? • Bullying is defined as “the repeated and habitual use of force, threat, or coercion to abuse, intimidate, or aggressively to impose domination over others.” • 4 types of bullying included: Physical, Emotional, Verbal & Cyber-bullying. • Bullying involves repeated behaviors such as using domination to harass, threat, or physical assault a victim.

  3. Bullying myths • Bullying is NOT defined simply by a conflict or disagreement between students! • 9 out of 10 reported cases of bullying result in the matter defined as something other than bullying (disagreements, isolated event, etc.)

  4. Bully Video • Bully video

  5. Bullying vs conflict Bullying is: ◾A repeated form of mistreatment where the victim cannot defend him or herself ◾An imbalance of power – usually one person is either bigger or older than the other or has a higher social standing (is more popular) and uses this against the other person ◾It can be isolated, but usually repeated ◾A form of abuse Conflict is: ◾All parties have equal power to solve the problem ◾All parties have an equal interest in the outcome ◾Children are of equal size, age or status ◾Conflict is not the same repeated encounter – it usually happens once. ◾A conflict can be resolved by talking or working things out together or with help from an adult.

  6. What laspalmas is doing to prevent bullying • Bullying education provided to students through guided lesson plans in the classroom • Students sign Anti-bullying contracts to help bring accountability to students • Reporting of bullying is made easily available to students (hall box, teachers, counselor) • Bullying prevention campus events with special guests and visitors to help bring message • Bullying prevention partnership between parents and school campus

  7. What laspalmas is doing ? Concern Reported Investigation (Gathering ALL the facts ) Bullying Conflict Disciplinary actions Conflict resolutions • Counseling • Anti-bullying contract • Stay away contract

  8. What parents can do to prevent bullying • Talk with your children! Build a pattern of open dialogue on events of each school day. • Encourage your child not to be alone! • Get the facts and report the conflict. • Learn the difference between conflict and bullying. Repeated patterns should become evident in cases of bullying.

  9. Resources • Wikipedia – Great bullying information http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bullying • stopbullying.gov – Great videos for your kids! • www.pacer.org– National Bullying Prevention Center providing valuable resources and videos for parents and students • www.stopbullying.gov – Sponsored by Great Schools program, watch the winning videos of the Stop Bullying Challenge!

  10. Question/answer session

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