Bullying In Schools

Bullying In Schools

Bullying In Schools By: Brittany Sloan & Ashley Jordan What is Bullying? Aggressive behavior

Occurs mostly among school age children Power take over Can occur: physically, mentally & emotionally Very common today Pro vs. Con Should there be a stricter law and policy enforced for bullying? Should the bullying laws and policies stay the same? Pro

Stricter law: lower occurrences of bullying Will create safer learning environment Remove distractions Nationwide law & policy Reduce suicides/ mental issues

Increase confidence in former victims Con Stricter Law &Policy Suspension only sets fire for bullies Possible wrongful punishing Doesnt always stop bullies Same Law and Policy

Not adequate for every state No progress in antibully movement More occurrences of bullying Popular Organizations

Stopbully.gov- give information/ prevention Pacer Center Olweus Bullying Prevention Program Stomp Out Bullying Bullying.org Sears Other websites and organizations Discussion

What do you think is being done today pertaining to bullying in schools? How will you handle bullying issues in your classes/school when you become a teacher? References (2013). Retrieved 04 11, 2013, from bullying.org: http://www.bullying.org/ (2013). Retrieved 04 11, 2013, from Stomp Out Bullying: http://www.stompoutbullying.org/ Bullying Definition. (2013). Retrieved 04 11, 2013, from Stop Bullying: http://www.stopbullying.gov/what-isbullying/definition/

Button, A. (2013). Pros & Cons of Stricter Enforcement of Disciplinary Actions to Stop Bullying. Retrieved 04 11, 2013, from ehow: http://www.ehow.com/info_8346914_pros-disciplinaryactions-stop-bullying.html

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