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Slide 1 - Battle Bullying Solutions from Teen Health & Wellness
Slide 2 - "Bullied to Death" on a special two-hour edition of "20/20" Don’t Turn a Blind Eye to Bullying? Part 2: Parents say the son's suicide was mocked by classmates. Cyber-Bullying May Be More Damaging Than Schoolyard Bullying Cyber-bullying victims are more likely to suffer depression than kids targeted by other forms of bullying, suggests a new study. Dad Defends Daughter With Cerebral Palsy Against Bullies on School Bus Teen bullies going mobile to get their kicks Report: 1 in 3 Teens Bullied Online 9 teens charged in girl’s bullying Cyberbullying Blamed for Teen Suicides Eight Teenagers Charged in Internet Beating Have Their Day on the Web
Slide 3 - As many as 43% of kids will experience bullying on the Internet or over mobile devices. "Cyberbullying is when someone repeatedly harasses, mistreats, or makes fun of another person online or while using cell phones or other electronic devices." Cyberbullying is Serious
Slide 4 - 1 out of 4 kids is bullied or abused by another youth. 1 out of 5 admits to being a bully.
Slide 5 - Knowledge is Power! Let’s Stop Bullying Now! Recognize and identify behaviors Prevent bullying Respond to bullying with print and online resources
Slide 6 - Bullying: Myths vs. Facts Myth: Cyberbullies are usually people who are popular, athletic, and attractive. Fact: Cyberbullies come in all shapes and sizes. Because people who cyberbully can hide behind the anonymity, they are often physically weak and socially awkward. Often, they are the victims of traditional bullying who turn to cyberbullying to get revenge. Myth: Children rarely miss school to avoid bullying. Fact: Educators estimate thousands of students miss school each day because they fear being bullied or harassed by their peers, according to the publication InternetWeek. A related study found approx., 7% of year seven high school students stayed home at least one day a month due to bullying in in class or online. Myth: Children and youth who are bullied will almost always tell an adult. Fact: Adults are often unaware of bullying. Most studies found that only a small percentage of bullied children talk to an adult about the bullying.
Slide 7 - How to deal with bullies, discrimination, fighting, insults, jealousy Tools for creating healthy, safe, caring learning environments Address the needs of all users in a community, regardless of gender, ethnicity, or sexual orientation Prevention and Intervention Resources
Slide 8 - “This resource will save teens lives.” —Laura Cleveland, Youth Services Librarian, Fayetteville Public Library
Slide 9 - Suggested topics to discuss with teens: Bullying Date rape Depression Discrimination Drinking Drugs Eating disorders Gay bashing Suicide
Slide 10 - Teen Health & Wellness Supports a diverse teenage population providing tools to address bullying and cyberbullying, suicide, school violence, discrimination, cyber ethics, cyber citizenship, and more. Provides teenagers with nonjudgmental, straightforward information and support on topics including diseases, drugs, alcohol, nutrition, mental health, suicide, bullying, green living, financial literacy, and more Available 24/7 to your library patrons ONLINE Instant translation into over 50 languages, site optimized for smartphones, videos throughout, customizable hotlines; and social bookmarking. HOTLINES have been adapted to Penrith services
Slide 11 - Personal Stories Teens relate to others who are dealing with the same issues.
Slide 12 - Hotlines for Nepean region Customized hotlines with your local resources
Slide 13 - Dr. Jan’s Corner Dr. Jan's Corner provides answers to real questions from middle and high school students, like: Why do some people act nice only when they want something and then mean when they don't? What do you do when someone wants to fight you? How do I get a bully to stop when he is living with me? Have you ever been that one kid in your grade that is always different, that never seems to fit in with the grade or the school? Have you just been so different that you want to be yourself but are so driven down by what people think of you? About Dr. Jan Hittelman, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist with over twenty years of experience working with adults, children, adolescents, and families in a variety of settings. In addition to clinical practices in California, Colorado, and New York, he has specialized in program development in partnership with school systems, psychiatric hospitals, correctional facilities and the courts, outpatient settings, residential treatment facilities, and private non-profit organizations. He is the founder of Compass House, a non-profit counseling collaborative for teens and their families. Dr. Hittelman is also the author of a monthly newspaper column entitled "Surviving the Teenage Years."
Slide 14 - Who can use Teen Health & Wellness? Teenage Library patrons Librarians Library administrators Guidance Counselors Healthcare professionals Intervention specialist Safety officers Parents and caregivers
Slide 15 - Personal Story Project & “It’s Your Cause” Video Challenge Exciting ways for students to interact with the database Invites students to contribute Stories and videos about overcoming challenges or passionate causes Published into the database
Slide 16 - Start the battle against bullying NOW! Teen Health & Wellness can serve as life "assurance" for your school and community. As always, let us know how we can support you in our shared mission to make a difference in teen lives. The Librarian/Educator Resources page offers an extensive array of resources to help librarians and educators most effectively use their database subscription, including: Curriculum correlations Lesson plans Online training Customizable promotional materials Web widgets, buttons, and banners
Slide 17 - “I can wholeheartedly endorse Teen Health & Wellness…The counselors love that they have a site where they can send teenagers to privately look up sensitive information and get answers to questions that they are too embarrassed/shy to ask about!” —Liz Philippi, Library Systems Administrator, Spring Branch Independent School District, TX “For 21st century users, content is critical but it must be timely and student focused if we expect teens to read it. The interactive features of Teen Health & Wellness make the content accessible and user friendly.” —Dr. Darlene Bates, San Diego Unified School District, CA Make a difference in a teen’s life!