how to overcome bullying in school

how to handle bullying in school?  Bullying is an act to intimidate and coerce an individual or group that is weaker to do something against their will, with the intent to harm the physical, mental or emotional through harassment and assault. Parents often did not realized their children are victims of bullying in the school. The most common form of the forms of oppression / bullying in the school is verbal abuse, which could come in the form of ridicule, tease or taunt in the mention of the name. If not addressed, this form of abuse can escalate into physical terror such as kicking, thrashing and even rape.

Those who do the bullying in the school at a young age, by terror on the boys and girls are emotional or psychological intimidation. Children disturbing for many reasons. Usually because seek attention from peers and their parents, or also because they feel important and feel in control. Many also bullying in the school encouraged because it mimics the actions of adults or television program. Bullying is a behavior that is not normal, is not healthy, and socially unacceptable. Therefore, this kind of behavior can not be allowed because such behavior is allowed if it is not realized will be able to provide power to the perpetrators of bullying bullies, creating an unhealthy social interaction, as well as fostering a culture of violence.

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1. Definition of Bullying.


Before we dive to deep, what is bullying? Bullying is behavior forms of violence which occur physical or psychological coercion against another person or group of people who are more "weak" by a person or group of people. Bullies are usually called bully can also be a person or group of people. Bullies generally perceives himself has power (the power) to do anything against his victim. Victims also perceives himself as the weak, helpless and always feel threatened by a bully.

The most common form of the forms of oppression / bullying in the school is verbal abuse, which could come in the form of ridicule, tease or taunt in the mention of the name. If not addressed, this form of abuse can escalate into physical terror such as kicking, thrashing and even rape..

2. Method And Anti Bullying Training Ever Did In Other Countries.


In some countries, antibullying training has been done. Several methods and training on anti bullying by exposure Spring in the Astuti (2008; 14).

Which has been carried out in schools in the United States, Australia, and Europe and some other countries include:

a. Peer partnering / befriending.

Is part of a proportionate intervention strategy through the use of peer group to protect, assist or maintain pupils were small and weak are vulnerable as victims of bullying. Turner is the support and the "lessons" for confident, skilled make school assignments, adaptable and expand friendships.


b. Peer mentoring, to know, to talk, to empathize and assist students, the environment and the lessons gained. Guiding students to gain self-esteem to believe in themselves, able to solve problems and have meaning for others.


c. Making counseling and mediation are actively listen, help provide feedback on problems faced by students, using the "I" which focuses on feeling, and avoid blame (blaming).


d. Share responsibility if there is bullying that involves a group, then that group should be responsible for doing something improve attitudes, especially on victims and their communities. Accountability was did not to blame (blaming) but should be focused on solving the problem and not repeat them.


e. Supporting network collecting, selecting, and managing data and the latest information with colleagues sesame parents, teachers, students and others who know the problem of bullying. Supporting network, generally feared by face to face, and the use of means of communication and computer technology.


f. Perform control and communication with the child. Inviting children to be able to communicate and express opinions on the issue of each daily. Control is performed to determine the condition of the child without the intention to curb freedom of the child.

g. Cognitive social intervention by the adult and children Together Against Violence which commissioned the parents and adults to protect children from violence and injuries with form learning environment that focuses on the physical and social skills that are non aggressive.

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