What Is Bullying?
Bullying is a form of aggressive behavior that is intentional, hurtful, (physical and psychological), and/or threatening and persistent (repeated). There is an imbalance of strength (power and dominance).
The above definition includes the following criteria that will help you determine if a student is being bullied:
What Does Bullying Look Like?
Direct Bullying Behaviors
Physical Bullying (a few examples)
Verbal Bullying (a few examples)
Indirect Bullying Behaviors
Social/Relational (a few examples)
Other Bullying Behaviors
by Sean Covey
Maxwell faculty and staff participated in a book study called The Leader in Me.
The Leader in Me is a whole-school transformation model that acts like the operating system of a computer — it improves performance of all other programs. Based on The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People®, The Leader in Me produces transformational results such as higher academic achievement, fewer discipline problems, and increased engagement among teachers and parents. Better yet, The Leader in Me equips students with the self-confidence and skills they need to thrive in the 21st century economy.
Visit the website for a short video about how The Leader in Me changed A. B. Comer Elementary School forever! www.theleaderinme.org