Physical or psychological intimidation that occurs repeatedly over time



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  • Physical or psychological intimidation that occurs repeatedly over time

  • Bullying can be overt (i.e., teasing, hitting, or stealing); boys are most often overt bullies

  • Bullying can covert (i.e., spreading rumors or exclusion); girls are most often covert bullies



Children who bully typically demonstrate a strong sense of self-esteem

  • Children who bully typically demonstrate a strong sense of self-esteem

  • They like to feel powerful and in control



Bullies often come from homes that use physical punishment to discipline

  • Bullies often come from homes that use physical punishment to discipline

  • Caregivers of bullies are typically uninvolved and lack warmth

  • Children who bully are often defiant toward authority figures and are apt to break rules



Children who are bullied are often insecure, socially isolated, anxious, and have low self-esteem

  • Children who are bullied are often insecure, socially isolated, anxious, and have low self-esteem

  • They are unlikely to defend themselves or retaliate

  • They tend to be weaker than their peers



Parents of children who are bullied are often overprotective or enmeshed with their children

  • Parents of children who are bullied are often overprotective or enmeshed with their children

  • Children who are bullied perceive parent or teacher intervention to be ineffective and are unlikely to report the problem



Bullying is often perceived as a harmless rite of passage that all children will experience

  • Bullying is often perceived as a harmless rite of passage that all children will experience

  • Unless bullying is likely to lead to physical injury, many adults believe it is best left to be resolved by children and their peers



Children who are bullies are likely experience legal or criminal problems as adults

  • Children who are bullies are likely experience legal or criminal problems as adults

  • Children can carry bullying behaviors into adulthood and experience difficulty in forming and maintaining relationships



Children who are bullied often experience low self-esteem and depression even into adulthood

  • Children who are bullied often experience low self-esteem and depression even into adulthood

  • Children who are bullied perceive school as an unsafe place and are likely to miss more days of school than their peers, as a result their education is negatively affected



Develop a school-wide bullying policy to:

  • Develop a school-wide bullying policy to:

    • raise awareness of teachers and administrators
    • create a framework for responding to bullying
    • improve overall school environment
    • ensure change is occurring in the classroom
    • empower students through programs such as peer counseling, mediation, or conflict resolution


Develop a school-wide bullying policy

  • Develop a school-wide bullying policy

  • Implement classroom curriculum:

    • Develop classroom rules against bullying
    • Develop cooperative learning projects that encourage teamwork and reduce social isolation
    • Create activities or assignments that teach problem-solving or conflict-resolution skills
    • Participate in role-playing or other activities to help children understand the perspectives of
    • others and identify feelings


Develop a school-wide bullying policy

  • Develop a school-wide bullying policy

  • Implement classroom curriculum

  • Raise awareness of bullying:

    • Allow students to fill out surveys to better understand their perspective of bullying
    • Inform caregivers of bullying policies/curriculum through conferences, newsletters, or PTA meetings
    • Encourage parent involvement in anti-bullying initiatives


National Parent information Network

  • National Parent information Network

  • www.npin.org

  • Educators for Social Responsibility

  • www.benjerry.com/esr/about~esr.html

  • Bullying in Schools and What to do About it

  • http://www.education.unisa.edu.au/bullying

  • Anti-Bullying Network

  • http://www.antibullying.net



ERIC (1997). What should parents and teachers know about bullying? [Brochure]. US Department of Education.

  • ERIC (1997). What should parents and teachers know about bullying? [Brochure]. US Department of Education.

  • Sjostrom, L., & Stein, N. (1996). Bullyproof. Washington, DC: Wesley College Center for Research on Women.

  • Sharp, S., & Smith, P.K. (Eds.). (1994). Tackling bullying in your school. New York, NY: Routledge.



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