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  1. bullying awareness week Erica nee – loyola university maryland

  2. Started off with data (Survey) • I randomly polled 3 homerooms from each grade: • Roughly 80-90 students representing their grade (about 10% of school population) • Anonymous, but included grade and gender for eventual data comparisons • Questions included both closed and open formats (examples): • “On a scale of 1-5, how much of a problem do you thinking bullying is at your school?” • “How often do you see others being bullied?” • “Where do you see others being bullied?” • “What do you think would help the bullying problem at your school?”

  3. “Is bullying a problem in our school?”

  4. “Where does bullying happen??”

  5. “I would like to learn more about…” *Note: 6th graders chose significantly more choices than other grades

  6. Anti-bullying awareness week 2012

  7. Flyers all around school Monday morningoutside of every bathroom, overtop of every water fountain, on food machines in cafeteria, on windows looking outside

  8. Entrance – first thing students see

  9. Unity day! Grade-wide presentations in the morning

  10. Unity day Grade-wide presentations:students wore orange to support cause

  11. In cafeteria – pledge students can sign after seeing presentations

  12. Presentations included • Overview of definition and examples of bullying (all forms) • Real-life statistics of how bullying affects Middle Schoolers • The story of Megan Meier’s BULLYCIDE & the “Megan Pledge” – increase awareness of cyberbullying and empower youth to take positive action to prevent it. • Empowering students by giving constructive examples of how to stand up to bullies • “The Bystander Effect” – the power of stopping bullying is in the hands of the people who are bystanders • A small video clip of real-life ways to “be more than a bystander”

  13. After oneday!

  14. Kids docare! Saw this when walking in the hallway – Someone wrote “no one cares” above Week Long Scavenger Hunt, So another student erased it and wrote: “we all care! ”

  15. Resources used: • Bullying: • http://www.pacer.org/bullying/nbpm/ • http://www.pacer.org/bullying/nbpm/unity-day.asp • http://www.customink.com/stopbullying • Cyberbullying: • http://www.cyberbullying.us/ • http://www.stopcyberbullying.org • Megan Pledge: • www.azag.gov/children_family/MeganPledge/MeganPledge.pdf • http://teenangels.org/the_megan_pledge/