Stop Bullying Now! Strategies for reducing bullying and harm Harcèlement en ligne, pressions psychologiques Les cas les plus fréquents de sexting parmi les adolescents sont les cas où un jeune échange des images ou vidéos dévoilant son intimité avec son petit copain, sa petite copine comme preuve de son amour, ou suite à une demande qu'il ne sait refuser (si tu m'aimes, montre-moi...). Parmi les autres pratiques communes, on citera le phénomène des dedipix (voir article), l'envoie de textos assez crus, et la mise en ligne d'images explicitement sexuelles sur les réseaux sociaux. L'exposition de son corps à l'adolescente ne date pas d'hier et n'est pas forcément un problème en soi. Dans la plupart des cas, il s'agit pour les adolescents de s'assurer de l'approbation, l'admiration de l'autre (phénomènes de reconnaissance et réassurance) et en rapport à un corps qui se dessine, se transforme et pose souvent question. Le sexting est souvent lié à une confusion des genres entre la nudité et la sexualité, dans les cas où la nudité est considérée négativement, à travers des tabous. Les conseils
Home | StopBullying.gov Supporter Resources IBM’s Activity Kits provide everything you need—step-by-step instructions and supporting materials such as presentations—to conduct a volunteer activity at a school or community organization. Cyber-bullying Explore the dangers and signs of cyber-bullying with parents or teachers. This one-hour presentation for adults discusses kids' online activities, the growing phenomenon of cyber-bullying, and how parents or teachers can recognize its symptoms and intervene, along with tips for helping kids. Internet Safety Coaching Make a presentation to adults about helping children stay safe while online. In coordination with a school or school district, volunteers make a presentation describing what our children can experience in the online world, and how to help them be safe. Control Your Online Identity Help teenagers learn to protect their personal data online. This presentation helps students learn how to protect their personal data and control how they present themselves online.
Do Something | Largest organization for teens and social cause Our first project will be for the Bully Busters to participate in National Anti-Bullying Month: October. The Bully Busters will create a newsletter that will be published throughout the community to raise awareness. This newsletter will hold information on all types of bullying, what we can do about it, what other schools/celebrities are doing about it, and several student-opinion articles. This year's newsletter was a great success. Other activities we will be doing in October include: making a "Stop Bullying" homecoming float, have a "Stop Bullying" week that will include theme days, a movie/game night, and an anti-bullying assembly hosted by the club members. During the assembly we will present skits, videos, facts and share personal stories to raise awareness.
All posts tagged 'anti bully' Mr. Gumpy's Motor Car by John Burningham Library Binding - 32 pages Reprint edition (February 1993) HarperCollins Children's Books The Knight and the Dragon by Tomie De Paola Hardcover - 29 pages (April 1980) Drummer Hoff by Ed Emberley Paperback - 32 pages (September 1972) Aladdin Paperbacks Matthew and Tilly (Picture Puffins) by Rebecca C. Andrew's Angry Words by Dorothea Lachner Spink Sulks by by William Steig Paperback Reprint edition (March 1991) I Like Being Me: Poems for Children, About Feeling Special, Appreciating Others, and Getting Along by Judy Lalli Paperback - 64 pages Children's edition (August 1997) The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf Reading level: Baby-Preschool School & Library Binding (February 1987) Viking Press No Fighting, No Biting by Else Homelund Minarik Reading level: Ages 4-8 Paperback (November 1978) HarperTrophy Let's Be Enemies by Janice May Udry) Paperback Reprint edition (September 1988) HarperTrophy ADULTS TEACHING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Also great for parents!)
Violence - cybersmart.ch © sir hiss/photocase Le cyber-harcèlement (appelé aussi cyberbullying ou harcèlement sur le net) veut dire insulter, menacer, embarrasser, harceler d’autre utilisateurs. Ce qui signifie donc «bizuter», maltraiter à l’aide des médias. happy slapping Le plus souvent, l’agresseur/euse fait partie de l’environnement immédiat de la victime. Parmi les adolescent-e-s, la possession, la consommation et le partage d’images et de vidéos à contenus violents et/ou pornographiques sont de plus en plus répandus.
A Bullying Quiz Printer-friendly version Objectives: Understand how evidence regarding behavioral patterns might challenge personal beliefs and assumptions about social behavior Use evidence about bullying behavior to inform daily decisions regarding social interactions and understand the necessity of making personal decisions in bullying situations Use factual information to consider consequences and alternatives of personal behavior choices IntroductionEven students who have experienced bullying might be surprised by the statistics and studies about bullying. The frequency with which students admit to bullying might surprise students who feel alone and isolated due to the wrath of a bully. It is important, likewise, for students who are victims and bystanders to seek help when this kind of behavior emerges. A common trait among bullies is lack of empathy, the inability to be aware of or understand other people's feelings. Activities
Support the Kids Involved All kids involved in bullying—whether they are bullied, bully others, or see bullying—can be affected. It is important to support all kids involved to make sure the bullying doesn’t continue and effects can be minimized. Support Kids Who are Bullied Listen and focus on the child. Learn what’s been going on and show you want to help. Assure the child that bullying is not their fault. Know that kids who are bullied may struggle with talking about it. Give advice about what to do. Work together to resolve the situation and protect the bullied child. Ask the child being bullied what can be done to make him or her feel safe. Be persistent. Avoid these mistakes: Never tell the child to ignore the bullying.Do not blame the child for being bullied. Follow-up. Address Bullying Behavior Parents, school staff, and organizations all have a role to play. Make sure the child knows what the problem behavior is. Show kids that bullying is taken seriously. Sometimes children bully to fit in. Follow-up.
Welcome to Antibullying Programs Bullying Prevention and Intervention Resources - Student Support, Career & Education Services These websites may include content that do not necessarily represent the official views of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education ("the Department"), and listing them here does not imply endorsement of any kind. The Department assumes no responsibility for, or any obligation to monitor the content, privacy practices, operators, availability, accuracy, quality, advertising, products, services, or other materials of these sites. Scroll down the page for more information, or select any of the following categories to be brought directly to that point on this page. 1. Model Bullying Prevention and Intervention Plan: The Model Bullying Prevention and Intervention Plan has been updated to reflect Chapter 86 of the Acts of 2014, which amended G.L. c. 71, §370, the anti-bullying statute, and was signed into law on April 24, 2014. School districts and other covered entities must amend their Bullying Prevention and Intervention Plan to conform to the new requirements. 2.