Chapter 13-Emotional Social Develop Middle PartII Bullying in Schools

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Unformatted text preview: Bullying in Schools Bullying in Schools Chapter 13: Chapter 13: Social and Emotional Development Social and Emotional Development Bullying: Myth or Fact Children who bully are loners Children who bully have low self-esteem Teachers are responsible for ensuring that bullying does not happen in schools Bullying: Myth or Fact There is no point in trying to talk about the problem with a bullys parents because the parents are just like them and most likely will not listen. Some people are born bullies and they will not change Bullying is illegal in the state of Indiana Bullying: Myth or Fact Some people are born victims who will always be picked on A victim is never a bully Bullying is just a phase and theyll grow out of it Bullies are social outcasts Bullying occurs most during school hours versus before or after school Bullying: Myth or Fact Ignore the bully and eventually hell leave you alone Stand up to a bully and hell go away Conflict resolution is the best way to end or prevent bullying School is the one place where children must spend time with others they would not choose to spend time with and they cannot leave Adapted from S.F. Albrecht, 2007 A Definition of Bullying A student is bullied or victimized when he or she is exposed, repeatedly and over time, to negative actions on the part of one or more other students (Olweus, 2005). A Definition of Bullying Being bullied is not just an unpleasant rite of passage through childhood. It's a public health problem that merits attention. People who were bullied as children are more likely to suffer from depression and low self esteem, well into adulthood, and the bullies themselves are more likely to engage in criminal behavior later in life.-- Duane Alexander, M.D., director of the NICHD (2001). Another definition of bullying Called peer victimization-a destructive form of peer interaction in which certain children become targets of verbal and physical attacks or other forms of abuse. (Berk, 2003). Bullying is characterized by 3 criteria: Aggressive behavior or _________ harm doing; Carried out _________ and ________ ; Occurs within an interpersonal relationship characterized by an ________ of power (CPSV, 2005) What do we currently What do we currently know know about bullying?...
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Chapter 13-Emotional Social Develop Middle PartII Bullying in Schools

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