If you want to make bullying an issue then you should not be afraid of punishing those who insist on bullying others. When I was doing my Practicum this summer, one of the students mentioned a Twitter account for the school that was set up to bash other students. Until it was published on tv and newspapers, people knew about it but didnt think it would cause that much problem. I wish there was more that teachers would do about it then what they are. The whole school can see what you said, and it only makes it more humiliating for the victim. There is a direct correlation between bullying and mental ill-health, and the failure to address bullying can have very negative consequences on the mental well-being of individuals who are repeated targets of bullying. Sending someone into an office for the rest of there school year isn't going to stop them.
Some children become affected in life, and take a different perspective on how to be a normal person. So, now you may wonder, what do you believe is bullying? It even causes trauma to the teens. If severe cases such as the one in New York continue to occur, then the federal government should step in. In our scenario, there are two people: the victim and the bully. There is a recent study showing that bullies on average tend to have it much better socially than the victims they persecute. It is not the first time cruel acts and online distribution have combined tragically.
I am going to say that bullies should recieve some type of punishment. And most bullied are targeted by race or by religion which is most of the people in America, which then makes the child hate their life as a person. In the long run it would just be a stress factor to teachers. I think the schools should be more alert because bullying can lead to serious consequences. I know a lot of our community has no clue on even the basics of what social media can do. It may well be that all other options for dealing with this problem had been explored and tried, to no avail.
Otherwise, there would be nothing the school could do about it. With argumentative writing a person can put all of their ideas into an organized, well developed paper that attracts and engages a reader. Students must be taught these expectations. Department of Education, has been. Anything that a bully does even if it's physical it leaves mental scars more than the physical damage.
A more comprehensive approach that actually supports the emotional health and growth of all types of students is far more practical. If someone is found to be a cyber bully then their internet rights should be pulled, so that another case like Clementi does not happen. But as with other ills, both within and beyond our schools, some responses are much less constructive than others. Although some people believe that enforcing punishment for online behavior violates the First Amendment's right to free speech, Cyberbullying has become an intrusive form of harassment that is not being dealt with properly by schools and parents, is creating disorder on school campuses, and causing life altering distress to its victims. A zero tolerance policy with parents also held accountable is the most logical solution.
Sounds like bullying to me. About 55% of students have witnessed bullying. What should be done under those situations, is the right amount of knowledge be given to those five boys, and in a very careful and researched manner. Every day, students are bullied into silence and are afraid to speak up. To cite only one in a long line of empirical investigations, an eight-year longitudinal published in 2005 found that punitive discipline was subsequently associated with more antisocial behavior, less prosocial behavior, and increased levels of anxiety. Every day, students are bullied into silence and are afraid to speak up.
The only thing that should be sent with them is one other change of clothes and nothing else. The four offence is if there remake on another computer or uses someone else account both accounts will be banned and a fee will have to be pay by both people. And of course bullies should get a harsh punishment. Talking so someone isn't particularly enough. Clementi, an 18-year-old violinist in his freshman year at Rutgers University, , and now the two face serious criminal charges, including invasion of privacy. Bullying should not be ignored. It should be the bully however that has to leave the school, or change schools, it should not be a requirement of the person who is having the bullying done to them.
I think that every school should have some kind of program that allows children to go to them and feel comfortable. They express this in a way that is destructive to those around them and this is problematic, but strictly penalizing them for this makes about as much sense as doing so for bullying victims who lash out. Most of the warning signs has to do with their electronic devices. Let their conscience do the thinking for them. According to the dictionary, it is the use superior strength or influence to intimidate someone , typically to force him or she to do what one wants.