BULLYING WHAT EVERY TEACHER and PARENT SHOULD KNOW by KARLA,ASTRID,IBRAN AND JUAN

un-wanting unbehavior from peers.What is bullying?  Bullying is unrelenting. and ostracizing of a person. . which involves humiliation.

 Bully is a huge problem globally. States.History Facts -Then and Now  Bullying was an urban problem  Bullying is a huge problem in suburban schools.  Bullying is a very common in the United States. .

.Common Types of Bullying in the United States School Cyber bullying bullying Neighborhood bullying Gangs.

Most Common Forms of Bullying Physical Verbal Cyber Cyber Social Isolation .

repeat behaviors they  witness at home.Why Children & Adolescents Bully  Bullying  Children enables power over a victim.  Jealous  To of other affluent peers. home. be the unbeknown leader of an µelite¶ group. .

Bullying Happens  In route to and from school  Cafeteria & hallways  Playgrounds & or during unsupervised time  Bathrooms  Classrooms .

 Most teacher are unaware that a child is being bullied.  The teacher is mostly present.Statistics  Most bullying at school is done in the classroom. .

Types of bulling happening in the classroom A five month study in 2008 concluded:  Hitting Verbal (name calling. teasing) Exclusion Pushing Disrespect of peer¶s property     .

Signs of Bullying For Teachers drastic decrease in academic performance. Negative change in individual. afraid. individual. Loss of appetite. Anxiety. Appears noticeable afraid. Anxiety. A . appetite.

 Appearing less noticeable. noticeable. A .  Inexplicable loss of coveted personal items.  Trouble sleeping.  Avoiding school with unsupported unsupported illnesses.Signs of Bullying for Parents lost of interest in activities. activities. bruises. illnesses.  Enigmatic cuts. scrapes and bruises. sleeping.

How an Involved Parent Can Help Prevent Bullying.avi .A Parent¶s Role A short video on parent¶s role to help their child who is bullied. YouTube .

Victims of Bullying Suffer From Depression Emotional scars that last a lifetime Perpetual abuse as adults Victims of domestic violence Aggression .

Repercussions for Childhood Bullies Exhibit Exhibit anti-social behavior antiCompulsiveness Poor Parenting Skills Parenting Domestic Abuse Involvement in Criminal Activity .

Consequences of Bullying Suicide Mental Murder School Heath Issues Shootings Aggression .

 Create system(s) to tackle issues of bullying.Best Practices to Combat Bullying 1-2  Spotlight the problematic area(s)  View bullying with a honest and critical eye. .  Include parents and school staff in prevention programs.

recess and dismissal.Best Practices to Combat Bullying 2-2  Increase staff support in areas where large amounts of students convene such as cafeteria. Intervene immediately to cases of bullying.  .

BULLYING EFFECTS EVERYONE  DO NOT IGNORE IT  INTERVENE  GET ADULTS INVOLVED .

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