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Responding to Bullying LizNoel Duncan MEd LCSW INTRODUCING our new program BE AN ALLY LizNoel Duncan MEd LCSW What is an ally LizNoel Duncan MEd LCSW What is an ally A person group or nation that is associated with another or others for some common cause or purpose ID: 510317 Download Presentation

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Be An Ally

Responding to Bullying

LizNoel Duncan, M.Ed., LCSWSlide2

INTRODUCING our new program…

BE AN ALLY

LizNoel Duncan, M.Ed., LCSWSlide3

What is an ally?

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What is an ally?

A person, group, or nation that is associated with another or others for some common cause or purpose;

A person who associates or cooperates with another; supporter

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How can you be an ally?

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What would you do?

Ignore the situation or walk awayIntervene Myself

Talk to the person privately later

Seek assistance from an adult or someone older

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How can we be an ally and stop bullying at AISW?

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Set a good example.

Don’t encourage bullying behaviorBe friendly

Don’t spread gossip/rumors

Don’t make up stories about other students

Be a leader for good

Get to know people instead of judging them.

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Don’t give bullying an audience

Don’t encourage the behavior by laughing or supporting it.Tell the bully that their behavior isn’t funny.

Don’t pay attention

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How can you be an ally?

Stand up for kids being bullied. Stop the behavior immediately.

“Are you okay?”

“Leave him/her alone.”

“Why would you say that to someone. That’s really mean.”

“That’s not nice.”

“That’s not cool.”

Ask the bully why they are acting as a bully

“What did you mean by that?”

“That was really mean. Why did you you say that?”

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Be a friend to the person being bullied

You can help someone being bullied by just being nice to them at another time, letting them know that they are not alone.

Invite them to play sports

Eat lunch with them

Listen to them when they talk about being bullied

Ask how you can help

Talk to a trusted adult

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Tell a trust adult

family member teachercoach

counselor

An adult can help stop bullying by getting involved while it is happening, preventing it from happening, or supporting the person being bullied.

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Help the person get away from the situation

Create a distractionTell them that an adult needs to see them

Invite the person being bullied to go somewhere else with you

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References:

Cochran, K. (

n.d.

). I Am PONO!! Respecting Each Other Each Day.

Dess

, J., White, T., Jaffe, E., Jaffe, J. (2011). Understanding Playful vs. Hurtful Teasing and Bullying Behavior. www.cobbk12.org/preventionintervention

www.welcomingschools.org/blog/entry/teasing-or-bullying-handout

www.slideshare.net/tmclain03/teasing-vs-bullyings

Stop Bullying campaign,

www.stopbullying.gov

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