Bullying By Nicolya Grigsby Bullies win when good

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Bullying By: Nicolya Grigsby “Bullies win when good people do nothing”

Bullying By: Nicolya Grigsby “Bullies win when good people do nothing”

Bullying: Exposing another person to either physical or verbal harm or threatening a person

Bullying: Exposing another person to either physical or verbal harm or threatening a person with the intentions of controlling the other persons thoughts and actions

Effects of bullying Decreases feeling of safety Can increase violence Cause insecurity or depression

Effects of bullying Decreases feeling of safety Can increase violence Cause insecurity or depression Low self esteem Lower confidence Suicide

Types of Bullying Verbal Physical Social Intimidation

Types of Bullying Verbal Physical Social Intimidation

Examples of Bullying Bus bullying Cyber bullying Gossiping Hitting or pushing Isolating someone Lying

Examples of Bullying Bus bullying Cyber bullying Gossiping Hitting or pushing Isolating someone Lying Name calling Rumors Threats

Participants The bully- a person who uses strength or power to harm or intimidate

Participants The bully- a person who uses strength or power to harm or intimidate those who are weaker. The victim-the individual that is being bullied. This is also known as the target. The bystander-a person who is present at an event or incident but does not take par

Bullying on the Bus 2 nd most common Physical, verbal or emotional Dangerous

Bullying on the Bus 2 nd most common Physical, verbal or emotional Dangerous

Cyber bullying Indirect bullying The bully uses the internet to harass or hurt the

Cyber bullying Indirect bullying The bully uses the internet to harass or hurt the target

http: //www. nsteens. org/Videos/Cyberbullying

http: //www. nsteens. org/Videos/Cyberbullying

Can you get it back?

Can you get it back?

Bystanders May think people wont listen May feel "un cool " They think its

Bystanders May think people wont listen May feel "un cool " They think its easier to ignore it May fear losing friends May fear retaliation May not know how to help

In advance. . . Avoid bullies and where they hang out Be observant Appear

In advance. . . Avoid bullies and where they hang out Be observant Appear confident Stay calm Travel with friends

How to stop the bullying Report the incident to an adult Keep a record

How to stop the bullying Report the incident to an adult Keep a record of events Walk away Make a safety plan Find a support group TREAT OTHERS THE WAY YOU WANT TO BE TREATED

Consequences of not getting involved Doing nothing supports the bully You main lose empathy

Consequences of not getting involved Doing nothing supports the bully You main lose empathy for others pain Makes the victim feel alone and powerless You may be penalized for your participation (even if it wasn't active)

An Example A group of four girls have repeatedly convinced Lisa, a special education

An Example A group of four girls have repeatedly convinced Lisa, a special education student who has a developmental disability, into stealing from another student. Realizing that Lisa would be unable to fully understand the harm of the stealing, the girls told her that they would be her friends if she would do as they instructed her.

Bullying Statistics

Bullying Statistics

Sources http: //www. nasponline. org/bullying http: //www. netsmartz. org http: //www. stopbullying. gov/ http:

Sources http: //www. nasponline. org/bullying http: //www. netsmartz. org http: //www. stopbullying. gov/ http: //www. stopcyberbullying. org Kim, B. , & Logan, J. (2004). Lets get real curriculum guide. San Francisco: Respect For All Project. Olweus, D. (1994). Bullying at school: What We Know and What we can do. Malden: Blackwell Publishers.