Jay Burcham, author of the Leaps curriculum, provides insight into the many ways bullying has evolved over time. Today’s bullies are not the same as ten, twenty or fifty years ago. Technology makes it easier to amplify bullying from a simple, physical threat or act of aggression and takes it into a psychological paradigm that requires a different approach for teachers, parents and students alike.
Bullying Today vs In the Past – Part I
Bullying Today vs In the Past – Part II
Success Story: Addressing Bullying & Helping Special Needs Kids
Talking To Kids About Bullies
Just ASK your kids:
-“Do you know what a bully is?”
-“Do you know of any bullies at school?”
-“Do you think that bullies are good friends to others?”
Rebuilding the Bullied: Cyber Bullying
Tell them you love them.
Sit and talk to them. Show real interest in them.
Set them up to succeed. Find something they can do and praise them for it!
Step in and help. Let them see you as being there for them.
Make sure they know that home is safe. Home is shelter. Home is absolute.
MAKE YOUR CHILD FEEL SPECIAL!