She is firm when she teaches and her tone and body language gives the signal to the students that they cannot talk to each other. But, when they are working on their worksheet, Mrs. Pillars loosens up and the classroom environment becomes a working and collaboration place with a high student engagement. There are also moments in the classroom when they discuss non-content related topics based on the incidents that occur in the class. Such as how to ask to go to bathroom like an adult vs. like a five years old kid. Or, what is racism, and if Mrs. Pillars is racist by applying the classroom rules strictly which are designed by the school administration.
Costa and Kallick confirmed that “students may recall the habits by thinking of the posters” (Costa & kellick, 2009, p.20). Once I read what each habit of mind meant, I proceeded to ask the students what they thought the two habits meant. Additionally, students were asked what are some things they have seen within our classroom that shows students not managing impulsivity or listening to others with understanding and empathy. When it came to teaching the students about managing their impulsivity, I read the
Bullying has become most popular behavior in the school because the bullying has increased year by year among the students. Bullying is the one of the major problem faced by school in nowadays (Hanafiah, 2014). The bullying is a type of violence. As it is can be see that “bullying as any unwanted aggressive behaviour by another youth or group of youths who are not siblings or current dating partners that involves an observed or perceived power imbalance and is repeated multiple times or is highly likely to be repeated. Bullying may inflict harm or distress on the targeted youth including physical, psychological, social, or educational harm” (David-Ferdon C, 2009).
The forms of punishment of such an incidence are not carried out well. i made identification that there was no detention for pupils who misbehave but instead these pupils names get written in the school’s book of records. By performing this act they wait upon the governing body of the school to attend to the issue whenever the governing body is available to do so. Through the interviews with the pupils and staff members we identified some contributors to bullying which were the causes of bullying, the impacts of bullying and the types of bullying in the school. This project will impact the school community in a sense that the school pupils will be more aware and be on the lookout for bullying and not ignore the bullying situation and report it with immediate effect.
Bullying has always been a phenomenon in schools and it is an issue that is cause for concern for the victims, their parents and school authorities. It appears as though in the 21st century, the issue of bullying has exacerbated as it has been identified that both the instigator and the victim are affected negatively by it. The socio-psychological impact of bullying is extensive and can extend to economic fallouts as otherwise brilliant students who would have shown promise in excelling in their studies, their chosen career and ultimately becoming productive citizens have been known to commit suicide. Bullying can be either physical or emotional. According to Protogerou and Flisher (2012), “Bullying is a noxious intentional action aimed at causing physical and/or psychological harm” (p.119).
According to Nansel’s study in 2001, in a more recent national study, nearly 30 percent of the students surveyed reported being involved in bullying in the current term as either a perpetrator or a victim (Nansel et al., 2094-2100). The school bullying events is on the severe condition which could tell by this study. Each of the school bullying incidents has brought great negative effect to society but there are still a lot of people do not pay attention to the negative effects of school bullying on children. The neglect of the adverse social effects on children may also lead to these vicious school bullying incidents occurring more frequently.
Some of the horrors of bullying are clearly illustrated in movies such as “Mean Girls”, 2004, “Carrie, 2013” and “Cyberbully, 2015”. I challenge you today to educate others on the negative effects of bullying. I challenge you today to form clubs which will act as a support system for children who are bullied. I challenge you today to enforce rules in your schools which will help alleviate the horrible act of bullying. Let’s take a stance and uncover the ugly truth about bullying!
Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Many students are the target of bullying that could result in physical, emotional and academic consequences. We will look at what bullying is and what constitutes bullying and what school can do to prevent students from being bullied. All schools are aware or they are becoming increasing aware of the prevalence and seriousness and negative impacts of bullying (Lester, Cross, Dooley, & Shaw). What is bullying?
This helps to address quick conflicts which erupt in school ( ERE Education org) Training of teachers on how to learn students emotions such as anger,frustrations,fear and confusion. This helps the teachers to identify the approaches of various students problems including keeping learners busy with productive activities including engaging them in sport and games during leisure time (ESR,1999) Emphasized about often conducting class meeting, schools baraza.This provide a chance for the learners to address their problems to school admistration,hence get reliefs psychological. This also assist the administration to be aware of students problems, identify the sign of conflict early, get understanding some mistakes which is made by teachers which may rise conflict for the coming days. Therefore the schools administration provides the solution and alternatives for various cases addressed by the students. (Janes and Compton
Introduction: Over the last few decades bullying has turned into a major issue confronting the educational division as being a global problem, heavily constituting to the physical and psychological damages of adolescents in schools (Cole, Cornell, and Sheras, 2006). The Australian Education Authorities, (2018) states that the national definition of bullying for Australian schools as; Bullying is an ongoing misuse of power in relationships through repeated verbal, physical and/or social behaviour that causes physical and/or psychological harm. It can involve an individual or a group misusing their power over one or more persons. Bullying can happen in person or online, and it can be obvious (overt) or hidden (covert). The (World Health Organisation