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How Much Do YOU Know About Bullying? Relevant Data from Limber, Olweus, & Luxenberg (2013) © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. www.clemson.edu/olweus.

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1 How Much Do YOU Know About Bullying? Relevant Data from Limber, Olweus, & Luxenberg (2013) © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S.

2 1. True or False Studies suggest that fewer than 10% of children are involved in bullying problems in elementary, middle or high school.False © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 2

3 Percentage of Students Bullied 2-3 times/month or more © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. (Limber et al., 2013) 20% of students were directly involved in bullying: – 16% had been bullied – 7% had bullied others 3

4 Students are more likely to be bullied in high school than in elementary or middle school.False © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S True or False

5 Girls’ and Boys’ Experiences with Being Bullied 2-3 times/month or more © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 5 (Limber et al., 2013)

6 2-3 times/month or more Girls’ and Boys’ Experiences with Bullying Others © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 6 (Limber et al., 2013)

7 Most bullying is physical in nature.False © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S True or False

8 How Are Students Bullied? 2–3 times/ month or more © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 8 (Limber et al., 2013)

9 Girls are more likely than boys to bully others.False © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S True or False

10 Girls’ and Boys’ Involvement in Bullying 2-3 times/month or more Bullied others Bullied by others Bullied others and was bullied Not involved © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 10 (Limber et al., 2013)

11 How Are Students Bullied? 2–3 times/ month or more © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 11 (Limber et al., 2013)

12 By Whom Are Girls and Boys Bullied? Boys are most often bullied by boys – 53% bullied by one or more boys – 37% by boys and girls – 9% by girls only Girls are bullied by girls and boys – 49% by boys and girls – 30% by girls only – 20% by boys only 2-3 times/ month or more © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 12 (Limber et al., 2013)

13 In recent years, cyber bullying has become one of the most common forms of bullying among students. False © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S True or False

14 How Are Students Bullied? 2–3 times/ month or more © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 14 (Limber et al., 2013)

15 The vast majority of students who are bullied tell a teacher or other member of the school staff.False © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S True or False

16 Reporting of Victimization Many children do not report bullying to school staff. Older students and boys are less likely than younger students and girls to report their victimization. © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 16

17 Do Students Report Being Bullied? To Whom? 2–3 times/ month or more 3-5 th Grade 6-8 th Grade 9-12 th Grade © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 17 (Limber et al., 2013)

18 Bullying is just as likely on the way to and from school as during school hours.False © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S True or False

19 Where Are Students Bullied? 1–2 times or more* *Students could select more than one location. Bullying Location © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 19 (Limber et al., 2013)

20 In How Many Locations Are Students Bullied? 2/3 have been bullied in more than one place. Nearly 1/2 have been bullied in three or more places. 1–2 times or more © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 20 (Limber et al., 2013)

21 Most students who observe bullying don’t think they should get involved.False © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S True or False

22 Empathy For Bullied Students Vast majority feel sorry for the bullied students More girls than boys feel sorry for the bullied students More younger than older students feel sorry for the bullied students © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 22 (Limber et al., 2013)

23 Watching…and Joining In Bullying Onlookers: “just watch” Followers: Could join in © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 23 Grade level (Limber et al., 2013)

24 Taking Action To Stop Bullying Decreases in helping with age – Biggest changes between elementary and middle school Girls are somewhat more likely to say they will help Students who try to help a bullied student © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 24 (Limber et al., 2013)

25 Use of this presentation is restricted to persons trained by the authors in the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program and groups they work with for the express purpose of training schools, parents and community groups about the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program model. Appropriate credit to the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S., must appear on all presentation materials. No other use or changes are permitted without prior written permission from the authors. For further information, please contact: Marlene Snyder, PhD at or call © 2014 Susan Limber, PhD; Jane Riese, LSW; Marlene Snyder, PhD; Vicki Flerx, PhD; and Nancy Mullin, MEd This presentation is based on the work of Dan Olweus, PhD. © 2014 Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, U.S. 25


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