Presentation on theme: "Module 4: Intervention. Learning outcomes of Module 4 1)Learning how to react in the case of bullying and cyber-bullying 2)Learning how to report bullying."— Presentation transcript:
Learning outcomes of Module 4 1)Learning how to react in the case of bullying and cyber-bullying 2)Learning how to report bullying 3)Learning how to express that has bullying occurred 4)Learning how to behave when witnessing bullying
Summary: reaction to the bully Be as confident as you can. Face the bully or the bullies and tell them to stop. Try and be calm and move away from them. Don’t hit out. If they call you names: If they tease you or slag you off, try not to react and walk away. Don’t let them see that they have hurt you. It’s not about you: Remember: you have done nothing wrong. The bullying is not your fault. The bully has the problem, not you. Tell someone!
Summary: reaction to the cyber-bully Block the cyber-bully or report anyone who is behaving badly. If this does not work, change your contact information, such as your user- name, your email-address or the mobile phone number to stop the bullying. Do not reply: Do not react to offensive or unpleasant messages. If the messages do not stop, open a new e-mail account. Save all evidence: Make copies of unpleasant messages, images or online conversations or ask someone who knows to help you. Report the problem: You can contact your organisation or speak to a person you trust.
Summary: reporting of bullying If you’re being bullied, it is important to tell someone about it. Persons to report: Relatives/ carers Friends/ someone you trust Friends at work Job coach Supervisor or manager Personal Department A helpline If one of these persons can’t help you, tell another one.
Summary: reporting of bullying What to say when you tell: Tell them what has happened Who is doing it? How often has it happened? Did anyone see or hear what went on? What have you tried to do about it? If you are afraid that things might get worse after reporting, tell the person you talk to about your concerns.
Summary: words to describe bullying Verbal bullying: Physical bullying: Social bullying: Gesture bullying: Cyber-bullying: Other:
Summary: explaining a bullying case Be precise: What has happened? What consequences came because of the bullying? Where did it happen? Who knows about it? What did you do to stop it? Be persistent! If the person doesn’t listen, tell someone else. If the person tells you to stand up for yourself, tell them that this won’t be helpful. You need not deal with bullying situations alone. You need support.
Summary: witnessing bullying Don’t join in! If you feel confident: Tell the bully to stop! Be supportive! Support the bullied person by letting him/her know that he/she is not alone. Get help! Never get yourself into danger, but get others to help. Report it! Each bullying case has to be reported. By reporting, you are helping the bullied person. Don’t be a bystander, be a witness!