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Bully-proofing. Our Classroom. Bully-proofing. Everyone’s been trained. We want to keep you safe. There is strength in numbers If a bully is trying to be popular, then having most of the class say, “I don’t like what you’re doing” will stop them from achieving their goal.

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bully proofing

Bully-proofing

Our Classroom

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Bully-proofing
  • Everyone’s been trained. We want to keep you safe.
  • There is strength in numbers
    • If a bully is trying to be popular, then having most of the class say, “I don’t like what you’re doing” will stop them from achieving their goal.
    • It is difficult for the bully to target a victim if we stick together and no one is left out.
telling vs tattling
Telling vs. Tattling
  • It’s not tattling:
    • When you help someone who is in danger, who is being hurt physically or emotionality, by speaking out.
    • The goal is to get help; not to get someone in trouble.
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Telling vs. Tattling
  • Jimmy took my place in line, Mrs. Torres. Make him move.
  • Susie is calling me “four eyes” again, Mrs. Torres. I need help.
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Telling vs. Tattling
  • Important
  • Harmful or dangerous physically or psychologically
  • Need help from an adult to solve the problem
  • Purpose is to keep yourself or someone else safe
  • Behavior is purposeful
  • Unimportant
  • Harmless
  • Can handle it by yourself
  • Purpose is to get someone in trouble
  • Behavior may be accidental

Telling

Tattling

rules for bully proofing our classroom
Rules for Bully-Proofing Our Classroom
  • We will not bully others.
  • We will help others who are being bullied by speaking out and by getting adult help.
  • We will use extra effort to include all students in activities at our school
  • GOAL:
    • For everyone to be physically and emotionally safe