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Character Building : Desarollando el buen caracter. Christine O’Donovan Middle Academy Presenters: Ms. Funes, Principal Ms. Gutierrez, PE Coach. Goal/ Meta:.

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    1. Character Building:Desarollando el buencaracter Christine O’Donovan Middle Academy Presenters: Ms. Funes, Principal Ms. Gutierrez, PE Coach

    2. Goal/Meta: Provide parents with tools to combat bullying and keep children safe. Specifically parents will learn: • How to recognize and prevent bullying • What to do if your child is being bullied • What to do if your child witnesses bullying Proporcionar a los padres herramientas para luchar contra la intimidación y la seguridad de los niños. Los padres aprenderán: • Cómo reconocer y prevenir el acoso • Qué debes hacer si su hijo es objeto de la intimidación • Qué debes hacer si su hijo es testigo al la intimidación

    3. Have you ever been a victim of bullying? ¿Alguna vez has sido víctima del acoso?

    4. Definition of BullyingEl signifcado de la intimidación • Is aggressive behavior that intends to cause harm or distress • Usually repeated over time • Occurs in a relationship where there is an imbalance of power • Es un comportamiento agresivo que tiene la intención de causar daño o sufrimiento • Por lo general, se repite por mucho tiempo • Se produce en una relación donde hay un desequilibrio de poder

    5. Types of Bullying/Tipos de acoso: Direct • Hitting, kicking, shoving, spitting… • Taunting, teasing, racial slurs, verbal harassment • Threatening, obscene gestures • Golpear, patear, empujar, escupir ... • Burlar, bromar, insultarcomentariosracistas, el acoso verbal • Amenazar, gestosobscenos

    6. Types of Bullying/Tipos de acoso: Indirect • Getting another person to bully someone for you • Spreading rumors • Deliberately excluding someone from a group or activity • Cyber-bullying • Haciendo que otra persona intimida a alguien para ti • Divulgación de rumores • Deliberadamente excluiendo a alguien de un grupo o actividad • La intimidación por Internet

    7. Where does bullying occur?¿Dónde se produce el acoso? • Bullying is more common at school than on the way to and from school (playground, classroom, lunchroom, halls, bathrooms) Nearly 20 % of high school students surveyed by the CDC report being bullied on school property. • At home • Online • El acoso es más común en la escuela que en el camino a la escuela (patio de recreo, aulas, cafetería, salones, baño) Casi el 20% de los estudiantes de la preparatoria encuestados por el informaron los de CDC ser intimidado en la escuela. • En el hogar • En línea

    8. How common is bullying?¿Qué tan común es la intimidación? 43,000 LA area students were asked whether they'd been physically abused, teased or taunted in a way that seriously upset them. • 43% said yes, and 50% admitted to being the bully. 43,000 estudiantes de las preparatorias en LA se les preguntó si había sufrido abuso físico, burlas de una manera que les causo un molestar. • 43% dijo que sí, y 50% admitió ser el agresor.

    9. Gender Differences/Diferencias de género • Boys bully more than do girls • Boys report being bullied by boys; girls report being bullied by boys and girls • Boys are more likely than girls to be physically bullied by their peers • Girls are more likely to be bullied through rumor-spreading, sexual comments, and social exclusion • Los niños intimidan más que las niñas • Los niños reportan ser intimidado por los niños, las niñas reportan ser intimidados por los niños y las niñas • Los niños son más propensos que las niñas a ser físicamente intimidado por sus compañeros • Las niñas tienen más probabilidades de ser intimidados a través de la propagación de rumores, comentarios sexuales, y la exclusión social

    10. Adolescent Girls/Las niñasadolescentes: • Are more likely than boys to have experienced cyber-bullying, 25% percent vs. 17%. • Are more likely than boys to report cyber-bullying others, 21% vs. 18%. • The type of cyber-bullying tends to differ by gender: • Girls are more likely to spread rumors, while boys are more likely to post hurtful pictures or videos. • Tienen más probabilidades que los varones de haber experimentado acoso cibernético, un 25% vs 17%. • Mas probabilidades que los niñas reporten el ciber acoso, el 21% vs 18%. • El tipo de cyberbullying varía según el sexo: • Las niñas son más propensas a difundir rumores, mientras que los niños son más propensos a publicar imágenes hirientes o videos.

    11. What do victims experience? ¿Qué pasa con las víctimas?

    12. Victims/Víctimas • Lower self esteem • Higher rates of depression • Higher absenteeism • Poor grades • Thoughts of suicide • Baja autoestima • Depresión • Aumento del ausentismo • Bajas calificaciones • Pensamientos de suicidio

    13. Which students tend to bully others? ¿Que tipo de estudiante intimida a los demás?

    14. Bullies tend to be…Los intimidadores son…. • Students who experience bullying and abuse at home by older siblings or parents. • A 2007 study indicated that “72 % of children who were physically abused by their parents became a bully, a victim of a bully, or both.” • Los estudiantes que sufren el acoso y el abuso en el hogar de los hermanos mayores o de los padres. • Un estudio de 2007 indicó que "el 72% de los niños que fueron abusados ​​físicamente por sus padres se convirtió en un agresor, víctima, o ambas cosas."

    15. Bullies • Students in the middle of the social hierarchies at their schools, rather than the most popular or the most socially outcast, are more likely to be bullies. • These kids view aggression as one tactic for gaining or maintaining their social status. • Los estudiantes en el centro de las jerarquías sociales en sus escuelas, en lugar de los más populares o los marginados socialmente tienen más probabilidades de ser los agresores. • Estos niños ven la agresión como una táctica para ganar o mantener su estatus social.

    16. What should I do about prevention? ¿Qué debo hacer acerca de la prevención?

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    18. Prevention • Let your child know that bullying is unacceptable • Teach your child to be tolerant of others • Encourage your child to treat others with respect • Be mindful of your child’s friends • Spend time with your child • Get to know what is happening in your child’s life • Be the example • Deje que su niño sepa que la intimidación es inaceptable • Enseñe a su niño a ser tolerante con los demás • Anime a su niño a tratar a las personas con respecto • Sea consciente de los amigos de su hijo • Pase tiempo con su hijo • Conozca lo que está sucediendo en la vida de su hijo • Sea el ejemplo

    19. What should parents do if their child is a victim of bullying?¿Qué deben hacer los padres si su hijo es víctima del acoso? • Don’t ignore it • Don’t blame your child • Empathize with your child –try not to criticize • Do not encourage physical retaliation • Work with the school to solve the problem • Help build resiliency • Make new friends and pursue hobbies • Seek help from a mental health professional • Nunca ignore el abuso • No culpe a su hijo • Identifíquese con su hijo, trate de no criticarlo • No deja que se desquite con violencia física • Trabaje con la escuela para resolver el problema • Ayude a su hijo recuperarse • Anime a hijo hacer nuevos amigos y buscar pasatiempos • Buscar ayuda de un profesional de la salud mental

    20. What should you do if your child bullies others?¿Qué debes hacer si su hijo acosa a los demás? • As a rule - make sure your child understands that bullying will not be tolerated • Enforce consequences • Work with your child’s school • Seek help form a mental health professional • Como regla - asegúrese de que su hijo entienda que la intimidación no será tolerada • Cumplir con las consecuencias • Trabaja con la escuela de su hijo • Busca ayudar en un profesional de la salud mental

    21. What is O’Donovan Doing about Bullying? Character Counts! • Character Counts is a character education program that we are introducing throughout our daily curriculum and primarily during our Advisory period. • Character Counts Lesson plans are created by our Character Counts Committee ( 3 O’Donovan Teachers- Ms. Zelaya, Ms. Mikesell and Ms. Sunaga) • Through this program students are taught how to be students of good character. The main concept is to focus on the 6 pillars of good character: Trustworthiness, Responsibility, Respect, Fairness, Caring, Citizenship • Character Counts is a framework that is highly successful and is known for reducing discipline issues, improve the way kids interact with adults, and most of all create a positive school culture.

    22. Character Counts Incentives • Character Counts- Students of the Month: As a means to promote positive behavior, as a school we will focus on a selected Character Counts pillar each month. For the month of April our focused pillar is “Responsibility”. In addition, as a grade level team, teachers will nominate a student to represent their grade level for best exhibiting the monthly selected focused pillar. These students are highlighted in our school website, parent bulletin, and receive a Character Counts certificate along with monthly Friday Free Dress Passes.

    23. Character Counts Incentives- Continued • Weekly STAR Students:25 students are selected on a weekly basis and awarded each Thursday with a free Friday Dress Pass for exhibiting one of the 6 Character Counts Pillars throughout the week.

    24. Consequences for Bullies • 1st Offense-Students exhibiting bully behaviors will be referred to Mr. Colby and parents notified. Students will also sign a anti-bullying pledge • 2nd Offense- Students will have a parent conference and anti-bullying contract will be signed. In addition, counseling services will be offered. • 3rd Offense/Depending on Situation- Parent Conference- School Suspension up to 3 days and placed on final disciplinary contract.

    25. Thank you! ¡Gracias!