13 Things Everyone Should Know About Bullying

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From the Author of Erase the Problem of Bullying https://www.jillvanderwood.com/books/erase-the-problem-of-bullying/

1) Bullying is not your fault!

Girl being bullied
You deserve to be treated with respect!
Bullying because of race
discrimination

2) What you think of as bullying could really be discrimination!

  • A. If you are bullied because of your race
Bullied for religious beliefs
discrimination
  • B. If you are bullied because of your religion
Bullied because of disabilities
Keeping children with Diabilities cdc.gov

C. If you are bullied because of a disability

Bullied
discrimination

D. Or because of your sexual orientation

bullied for beliefs
Being different

3. You should know your school’s discrimination policies

Anti-bullying procedures

4. You should know your school’s anti-bullying policies

cyber bullying laws
cyberbullying laws

5. Know your state’s cyberbullying laws

Einstein on being a bullying bystander

6. If you are watching someone being bullied and don’t speak up, you are a by-stander—which means you are a participant.

7. There are three kinds of bullies

Being a bully
Being a bully https://bullies2buddies.com/

A. The Bully

anti bullying
Anti Bullying
Programs-Assemblies
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B. The Bystander

Anti-Bullying
https://www.stopbullying.gov/

C. The one who encourages the bully from the sidelines: Hit him harder! Take his lunch money!

Bullying isn't a laughing matter

8. Bullying isn’t cute or funny!

Bullying Human Rights

9. By being a bully, you may be violating a student’s human rights. https://www.jillvanderwood.com/book-blogs/erase-the-problem-of-bullying/celebrities-who-were-bullied/

Anti-Bullying Safe learning
A safe learning environment

10. You may be interfering with another student’s right to a safe education.

Cyberbullying is a crime
Cyberbullying is a crime!

11.  If you post a threat to someone online, that comment can be traced to the computer or phone of origin.

Teaching online responsibility
Teaching online responsibility

12. Young children should be taught to use computers responsibly.

Anti-Cyberbullying
Sometimes parents opt to take the phone away

13.  In some cases, a student will decide not to tell a parent about cyberbullying for fear of having their internet privileges revoked.

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