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Bullying Prevention and Intervention Staff Presentation. What is Bullying?. Bullying is a form of violence that involves one or more individuals using power to chronically control and/or intentionally demean , embarrass, or physically harm another individual or group ( CDE, 2003).

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Bullying prevention and intervention staff presentation

Bullying Prevention and Intervention Staff Presentation


What is bullying

What is Bullying?

Bullying is a form of violence that involves one or more individuals using power to chronically control and/or intentionally demean, embarrass, or physically harm another individual or group (CDE, 2003).


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What is Bullying?

Bullying may be physical (hitting, kicking, spitting, destroying property), verbal (taunting, name calling, insults, threatening), or social and emotional (spreading rumors, excluding from activities, humiliating, or intimidating). Bullying may occur face to face or through the internet, cell phones or other electronic means (cyberbullying).


Risk factors for the target

Risk Factors for the Target

These traits are common among the target of bullying:

  • socially isolated

  • physically weak or with special needs

  • emotionally reactive or quick tempered

  • lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or those who are questioning their identities

  • difficulty with social skills

  • hyperactive

  • obese or overweight

  • anxious/sensitive

    **Please note: there is no one single profile for a target of bullying.


Risk factors for the offender

Risk Factors for the Offender

These traits are common among the offender of bullying:

  • impulsive

  • hot-tempered

  • aggressive

  • lack of empathy

  • disregard for rules

  • social leader

  • self-involved

    **Please note: there is no one single profile for an Offender.


Bullying warning signs

Bullying Warning Signs

Possible warning signs that a student is being bullied:

  • difficulty focusing on tasks

  • loss of interest in school work or sudden change in grades

  • appears sad, tearful or anxious

  • complains of headaches or stomachaches

  • experiences a loss of appetite

  • Increase in absences or being tardy to school

  • avoidance of social activities

    **Warning signs can include any significant behavior change.


California law

California Law

  • AB 9: CA Education Code Section 234.1

    • School districts are required to adopt a comprehensive system of prevention, reporting, investigation and intervention related to bullying

  • AB 746: Amends CA Education Code Section 32261

    • Adds language to define electronic acts

  • AB 1156: Amends CA Education Code Section 48900 (r)

    • Defines confirmed bullying as a cause for disciplinary action


Eusd bullying prevention intervention strategies

EUSD Bullying Prevention/Intervention Strategies

  • All staff will participate in a Bullying Prevention and

    Intervention training annually.

  • All students will participate in (3) bullying prevention

    lessons during the second week of the school year.

  • All 6th grade students will participate in Cyberbullying

    Presentations.

  • All parents/guardians will be invited to attend a

    Bullying/Cyberbullying Parent University Session.


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EUSD Bullying Prevention/Intervention Strategies

If STAFF witness or hear about bullying taking place:

  • stop the behavior

  • name the behavior

  • remind students of school expectations

  • talk with the target and aggressor separately

  • notify site administrator through the EUSD online bullying reporting system.

    MEDIATION does not work to reduce bullying behavior.


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EUSD Bullying Prevention/Intervention Strategies

Be Safe

Be Respectful

Be Responsible

STOP BULLYING… It begins with ME!


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EUSD Bullying Prevention/Intervention Strategies

If STUDENTS witness or experience bullying:

Be Safe

Stop the bullying right away

Avoid situations where bullying occurs

Talk to an adult


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EUSD Bullying Prevention/Intervention Strategies

If STUDENTS witness or experience bullying:

Be Respectful

Stop the bullying right away

Refuse to join in

Provide support


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EUSD Bullying Prevention/Intervention Strategies

If STUDENTS witness or experience bullying:

Be Responsible

Stop the bullying right away

Make a report


Eusd reporting procedures

EUSD Reporting Procedures

  • take all reports of bullying seriously

  • notify your site administrator if you witness or hear about bullying taking place in school, in the community, or via the internet through the EUSD online bullying reporting system on your school website

  • follow up with the administrator/support staff on interventions/consequences assigned to the target and to the offender


Bullying prevention and intervention staff presentation

References

  • www.stopbullying.gov

  • California Department of Education. (2003). Bullying at School. Retrieved on January 14, 2012 from http://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/ss/se/documents/bullyingatschool.pdf

    For More Information on Bullying Prevention/Intervention

    www.careyouth.org/schools/bullyingresources


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