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Types Of Bulling Written By Lu Ann Schindler

896 words - 4 pages

Bullying
When our group was deciding what issue in education we wanted to do our project on, we wanted something that we all were really passionate about. A huge issue that is occurring throughout schools all over America is bullying. The definition of a bully is to use superior strength or influence to intimidate someone and typically force him or her to do what one wants. However, bulling is not just teasing children on the playground; it is much more serious and could leave negative lifelong long scars. When we discuss the kind of classrooms we hope to have we always describe that we want a “safe” and “welcoming” place for our students. Therefore this is a huge issue to address to make ...view middle of the document...

The next type of bullying is also the newest bullying that we have come across. This is called cyber bullying. Due to all of our new technology, bullying has never been easier. This can occur on online blogs, instant message systems, e-mail, chat rooms, and text messages. This has made bullying so much easier because when they have a screen in front of them, a lot more children feel brave to say and do things they most likely wouldn’t do in person.
The next article I chose to read is in the New York Post and is called 1 in 5 are Bullied in NYC High Schools written by Carl Campanile. I chose this article because it consisted of a lot of facts and statistics that I believe are important for future teachers to understand. This article expresses how nearly one in five high-school students has been a victim of bullying. Surprisingly, there is not much of a difference between the numbers of boy victims and girl victims. In a 2011 study, one in six victims of any type of bullying has attempted suicide and over the past year, at least two billion kids have taken their own lives due to this horrible phenomenon. The article also makes the point that bulling also hurts students academically, fearing for their own safety these students are much more likely to skip school and go down a path that is not the best. Some turn to drugs and becoming less active and turn inward and withdrawn from family and friends. It is important that we do all that we can to reduce bullying for our students....

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