RISK AND PROTECTIVE FACTORS FOR BULLYING AND AGGRESSION
Solutions Talk to Teacher to develop strategies to stop bullying creative activities to get the children working as a team. i.e principle of school my daughter goes to provided matching glasses for the kids this seemed an effective strategy, you need to find out what works for there age, trust-building activities with the kids, affectively managing group work, Ask the children to come up with there own strategies of solving the issue more than likely will come up with some excellent suggestions by a mind map system what causes bullying- ......... their answers have we ever bullied someone ..... are we now aware it was the wrong thing to do? have we seen others bullied how did it make us feel? - solutions are written by CPP admin Karen
"Why does bullying "happen?" There is generally no shortage of explanations. Although people
know that violence and aggression are complex problems, most expect a simple
answer. Such answers, although easy to give, are most frequently incomplete
"The root cause of youth aggression is the subject of much debate, and
the destruction of family values, exposure to violent media, poverty, easy
access to weapons, and drug abuse have all been assigned blame at one time
or another. In seeking a root cause to which to assign blame, most analyses
miss the mark. First, all of the identified "causes" are risk factors, not causes.
Risk factors are characteristics of an individual or an environment that increase the likelihood that the individual will behave in a certain way."
Bullying : Implications for the Classroom. San Diego: Elsevier Science & Technology, 2004. Accessed December 13, 2019. ProQuest Ebook Central. admin Karen