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Bullying . Cathy Smith School Counselor. LA BULLY FREE. Chirayu Shah. Books and Conference. What does it look like?. Physical Verbal Psychological. National Institutes of Health Tonja R. Nansel, Ph.D. Survey.

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bullying

Bullying

Cathy SmithSchool Counselor

la bully free

LA BULLY FREE

ChirayuShah

what does it look like
What does it look like?
  • Physical
  • Verbal
  • Psychological

National Institutes of Health

Tonja R. Nansel, Ph.D

survey
Survey
  • Bullying is any repeated, intentional act by a more powerful person, which causes you embarrassment, pain or discomfort.
a about you
A. About You

(Circle One) FEMALE MALE Age (years): __________ Grade: __________

b bullying at school
B. Bullying at School
  • Have you ever been bullied by other students in school? This includes your entire school life. Circle One - Yes No
  • If you have been bullied, whether at this school or a different school, during which grade was it the worst? ________
  • 3. Have you ever witnessed someone being bullied? Circle One - Yes No
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The questions that follow ask you how often something has happened at school—or on the way to or from school— during this school year.
4 what are the types of bullying you have experienced check all that apply
4. What are the types of bullying you have experienced? (Check all that apply)
  • Physical - examples include: pushing, tripping, kicking, and pinching
  • Verbal – examples include: name-calling, threats, taunting, put downs, ridiculed, and offensive comments based on race, gender, religion or disability
  • Psychological – spreading rumors, exclusions, intimidate, terrorize, threaten, plan mean practical jokes, get someone in trouble, and force someone to do something they don’t like
5 how often were you bullied at school
5. How often were you bullied at school?

Never

1–2 times

3–4 times

More than 4 times

6 how often were you bullied on the way to or from school
6. How often were you bullied on the way to or from school?

Never

1–2 times

3–4 times

More than 4 times

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7. How often were you physically bullied at school, examples include: pushing, tripping, kicking, and pinching

Never

1–2 times

3–4 times

More than 4 times

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8. How often were you verbally bullied at school, examples include: name-calling, threats, taunting, put downs, ridiculed, and offensive comments based on race, gender, religion or disability

Never

1–2 times

3–4 times

More than 4 times

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How often were you psychologically bullied at school, examples include: spreading rumors, exclusions, intimidate, terrorize, threaten, plan mean practical jokes, get someone in trouble, and force someone to do something they don’t like

Never

1–2 times

3–4 times

More than 4 times

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How often were you cyberbullied, examples include: something mean was written to you or about you on the Internet, or someone sent you a hurtful email or instant messageor even text message.

Never

1–2 times

3–4 times

More than 4 times

c people involved in bullying at school
C. People Involved in Bullying at School

For the questions in this section, consider everything that happened, at school during this school year.

11 the bullying i received was from circle all that apply
11. The bullying I received was from ……. (circle all that apply)

Boy Girls Boys & Girls

Younger Older Same Age

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12. During this school year, were you bullied in any of these places? Check each place that you were bullied.

On the school bus On the playground

Walking to or from school In the classroom

In the lunch room In the hallways

In the gym In the locker room

Other (write in any other places where you have been picked on):

13 overall how much of a problem is bullying at school circle one
13. Overall, how much of a problem is bullying at school? Circle One

Out of control

Somewhat a problem

No problem

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18. Please write down any additional information, comments or suggestions that you feel will help our school improve in the way we treat one another.

duane alexander m d director of the nichd
Duane Alexander, M.D., director of the NICHD.
  • "Being bullied is not just an unpleasant rite of passage through childhood. It's a public health problem that merits attention. People who were bullied as children are more likely to suffer from depression and low self esteem, well into adulthood, and the bullies themselves are more likely to engage in criminal behavior later in life."

National Institute of Child Health and Development.

what is bullying
What is Bullying?

Imbalance of power

people involved
People Involved
  • Bully
  • Victim
  • Bystander
bully aggressor
Bully = Aggressor
  • Bigger
  • Stronger
  • Quick to anger
  • History of aggressive behavior from as early as elementary school
  • May have social misperceptions
why bully
Why Bully?
  • Gain a sense of power or control
  • Recognition and status from peers
  • Compensate for feeling inadequate
  • Way of venting frustrations from home
  • Learning problems so they are fearful of peer rejection
  • Bullied themselves
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Get your way through force

  • Can’t express verbally what they are feeling, so they learn to express it with their fists
  • Older – act of violence
  • Media
  • Video games
  • Taught aggression from home
  • Unsupervised
  • Parent may model this behavior
  • Disciplined with combination of angry outbursts and corporal punishment
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Low self-esteem

  • Withdrawn from peers
  • Stand out in some way
  • Shorter
  • Heavier
  • Different background, race, culture
  • Loners
  • Low social status
  • Poor social and communication skills
  • Annoying
  • Overprotected parents
  • Lack independence and assertiveness
  • Constant state of fear
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To send offensive or threatening messages

  • To post humiliating pictures of someone
  • Conduct online poles
    • Ugliest classmate
    • Biggest geek
  • Create website to ridicule
civil rights act 1964
Civil Rights Act 1964
  • Title IX of Educational Amendments 1972

Right to LEARN!

effects of bullying
Effects of Bullying
  • Psychological scars
  • Low self esteem
  • Depression
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Suicide
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Fear of being unsafe

  • Bystander could fear guilt or of being the next victim
  • Anxiety
comprehensive school wide plan
Comprehensive School-Wide Plan
  • What is HHS going to do about Bullying?
1 survey survey survey
#1 Survey, Survey, Survey
  • Students
  • Parents
  • Faculty
  • Community
2 form an advisory counsel
#2 Form an Advisory Counsel
  • Students
  • Parents
  • Faculty
  • Community
  • Administration
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#4 Integrate bullying lessons and activities into the classroom curriculum and counselor classroom visits
  • Empowering bystanders
    • Safe School Ambassadors
  • Skills to deal with bullies
  • What does bullying look like
  • How to report an incident of bullying
5 involve parents guardians
#5 Involve Parents/Guardians
  • Presentations
  • Workshops
  • Brochures
  • Campaigns
  • Part of the Advisory Counsel
6 educate the faculty
#6 Educate the Faculty
  • Professional Development
    • What to do if it happens
    • How to prevent it
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Part of the Advisory Board