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Cindy Ortiz-Espinoza April 26, 2012 Parents and School Faculty. Bullying Awareness. Introduction. The Issue: Dramatic Increase Physical and Emotional safety is negatively impacted Affect ability to learn. Statistics. What is Bullying?.

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introduction
Introduction
  • The Issue:
  • Dramatic Increase
  • Physical and Emotional safety is negatively impacted
  • Affect ability to learn
what is bullying
What is Bullying?

Is when a person is exposed to repetitive and over time to negative actions on the part of one or more other persons (Olweus,1976)

forms of bullying
Forms of Bullying

Physical

Emotional

Bullying

Verbal

Cyber

what makes a bully
What makes a bully?
  • Walter (2006)
  • Harsh punishment at home
  • Making the child feel insecure
  • Rejecting the child
  • Putting the child down
the results of bullying
The Results of Bullying
  • Bullying can Influence…

Future

Behavior

Physical

Health

Emotional

Health

Psychological

Health

the results of bullying1
The Results of Bullying
  • Depression
  • Low self-esteem
  • Engaged in risky behaviors
  • Go to jail
  • Suicide

Oyasiwo, et al., (2010)…

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Schools and community training

  • Rules against bullying are adopted
  • Supervision system is developed
  • Surveys students regarding bullying

Schoen and Schoen (2010)

stop bullying now program
Stop Bullying Now Program
  • Conduct Assessments
  • Engage Parents and Youth
  • Creates Policies and Rules
  • Builds a Safe Environments
  • Educates Students and School Staff

Schoen and Schoen (2010)

synthesis
Synthesis

Educate

Prevent Bullying

Promoting Awareness

Develop School Programs

for more information
For more Information
  • http://www.violencepreventionworks.org/public/bullying_prevention_training_info.page
  • http://www.stopbullying.gov/prevention/at-school/index.html
references
References

Harting, S. (2011, April 30). Student bullying on increase, federal statistics reveal. Digg.com: The new face of social networking. Retrieved February 28, 2012, from

http://http://students.com.miami.edu/netreporting/?page_id=1269.

Oyaziwo, W., Fajoju, A., Don, Omoike., & Justina, A. (2008). A Review of the Extend, Nature Characteristics and Effects of Bullying Behavior in School. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 35, 151-158.

Schoen, S., & Schoen, A. (2010). Bullying and Harassment in the United States. Clearing House, 83(2), 68-72