This is an Isolated Problem
Finally, the last myth as cited by Newsweek Magazine. While the recent headlines bring much needed attention to bullying as a major public-health problem, their horrific nature may also give us permission to separate ourselves and . . .
Bullying myths continued:::::::: Anti-bullying programs and laws are the most effective response. Sounds great but likely not true!!!! Bullying is an extreme form of a behavior---agression---that almost every child . . .
Bullies are unpopular and have low self-esteem
Research is finally catching up with what parents and teachers have known for years: plenty of the most aggressive kids are confident and socially successful. Bullying and aggression can yield rich . . .
This is a generational problem
An ongoing series as posted by Newsweek Magazine on the Myths of Bullying "We never acted like that when we were their age" is an often-repeated adult adage that brings to mind a recent episode of the ABC show . . .
Bullies are bullies, and victims are victims
In fact, kids are rarely, if ever, one or the other. Social dynamics can turn on a dime. Targets can become self-protecting bullies, and bullies are unseated in startling coups. Besides, a child's peer culture is complex . . .
Bullying myth #3--In a continued series as taken from Newsweek Magazine. Bullying is easy to spot. Not true!!! Most bullying occurs in the spaces adults don't occupy: a raucous locker room, an empty hallway, a . . .
Bullies are easy to spot.
This is a continuation of bullying myths as cited by Newsweek Magazine. Myth #4---Bullies are easy to spot. I've heard countless elementary school students say things like "I tried to tell my . . .
This is a continuation of a previously written article about common myths regarding bullying. The information is taken from Newsweek Magazine. I will include additional myths soon. Myth #2 Bullying is all about the . . .
from Newsweek Magazine
URGENT MESSAGE! PLEASE READ!!!! As an educator for 26 years as both a classroom teacher and guidance counselor, I've had plenty of experiences to develop a pretty solid reference in regard to parent and . . .