Page 2 of 3

Re: Elementary, Middle, or High school

PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2013 12:30 pm
by Klowns
High school is the worst because the teachers expect us all to know bullying is bad so the ones that bully are very hard to catch. They always appear harmless to teachers but are very mean when alone with their victims

Re: Elementary, Middle, or High school

PostPosted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 3:33 pm
by pray4them
Middle school is when the hateful taunting of bullying begins and some boys getting beat up too often so middle is my choice

Re: Elementary, Middle, or High school

PostPosted: Tue Mar 12, 2013 8:12 pm
by DoraLynn
Mine was towards the end of elementary, all of middle, and some of high school

Re: Elementary, Middle, or High school

PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2013 7:58 pm
by MizCeeDub
DoraLynn wrote :
> Mine was towards the end of elementary, all of middle, and some of high
> school
Mine too.. :?

Re: Elementary, Middle, or High school

PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 9:14 am
by TimeNAgain2
I think JR and High School, but the worst in my opinion is JR High because kids are less apt to be sure how to best deal with bullying and that makes it harder for them.

Re: Elementary, Middle, or High school

PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 10:47 am
by MizCeeDub
TimeNAgain2 wrote :
> I think JR and High School, but the worst in my opinion is JR High because
> kids are less apt to be sure how to best deal with bullying and that makes
> it harder for them.
I agree and kids are also dealing with the fact that they are not kids anymore, but not quite teenagers. They are fighting to be accepted and have friends, while conforming to clics and fashion trends. it's just a huge transition from elementary to middle school kids have issues with fitting in and acceptance.

Re: Elementary, Middle, or High school

PostPosted: Mon Apr 08, 2013 10:04 am
by MisterE
pray4them wrote :
> Middle school is when the hateful taunting of bullying begins and some boys
> getting beat up too often so middle is my choice

The age when kids start getting very mean

Re: Elementary, Middle, or High school

PostPosted: Tue Apr 16, 2013 3:19 pm
by Remington713
I think that at any level there is always going to be bullying, if there is no teacher involvement. As kids grow up, and go through schooll, they have less and less interaction with the teachers. By they time they are in high school, they go into class take notes, or quiz, or exam and then leave. There is not the close bond that one would expect with a student in lower grades. I am a big believer that teacher interaction plays a huge role in bulllying. If you have a teacher who is in the halls, and greating their students, or who speaks to their kids, then students are more likely going to come up and talk to them if there is something going on in their life. I am personally a high school teacher. I love my job, and I love my kids. When students enter my room, it is a bully free zone. I do not tollerate put downs. We adopted the a motto from NASA "This is a team. We're trying to go to the moon. If you can't put someone up, please don't put them down." I think that one of the biggest problems with trying to stop bullying is getting teachers involved.

Re: Elementary, Middle, or High school

PostPosted: Wed Apr 17, 2013 9:05 am
by MizCeeDub
Remington713 wrote :
> I think that at any level there is always going to be bullying, if there is
> no teacher involvement. As kids grow up, and go through schooll, they have
> less and less interaction with the teachers. By they time they are in high
> school, they go into class take notes, or quiz, or exam and then leave.
> There is not the close bond that one would expect with a student in lower
> grades. I am a big believer that teacher interaction plays a huge role in
> bulllying. If you have a teacher who is in the halls, and greating their
> students, or who speaks to their kids, then students are more likely going
> to come up and talk to them if there is something going on in their life. I
> am personally a high school teacher. I love my job, and I love my kids.
> When students enter my room, it is a bully free zone. I do not tollerate
> put downs. We adopted the a motto from NASA "This is a team. We're
> trying to go to the moon. If you can't put someone up, please don't put
> them down." I think that one of the biggest problems with trying to
> stop bullying is getting teachers involved.


This is awesome? Have any of the other teachers adopted your motto? Or are you alone in your endeavor? This is really a fantastic idea!! I agree that high school teachers need to be a little more interactive. That's why so many students fail, things go unnoticed, and small issues become huge problems. Do you direct your kids to this site as another way to outlet? Stay anonymous while helping, talking, or reporting their problems?

Re: Elementary, Middle, or High school

PostPosted: Mon Jun 17, 2013 9:59 am
by AllOverTheWeb
Middle school should be it?