Anti-Bullying Program without talking about Bullying?
Use the 3 Steps to Resolve Conflict to Deal with Bullies!
Use Positive Socialization & Repair Relationships by allowing Bullies to “Make It Up” to the one they hurt in place of detention or suspension.
Reduced Bullying by 50% in your Home or School within 2 weeks.
* Learn how to teach Students how to Roll with Teasing or Name Calling: “Your an idiot” Response: “That’s the Best thing I heard all day.”
* Retain Families with this program. Schools have reported an increase in Retention of families of Victims and been able to Rehabilitate some of the Bullies.
* Reduce Tardies and Discipline Problems by 30% in the first week by having students greet all their classmates by the end of each week: “Good morning Sasha!
* Positive Socialization – Start your day at your school with the students greeting 4-5 different students day in their home room class. “It’s good to see you! I love your blouse.” “Good Morning.” Handshake, Smile, etc.
* Apologize – Incorporate positive conflict resolution plan listed above: “I apologize for hitting you, I was wrong and will try not to do it again, will you forgive me?
* Make It Up – Let me carry your back pack for the day to rebuild trust.”
3 Easy Steps to Repair Peer or Sibling Relationships & Reduce School Bullying by Teaching Positive Socialization.
* Positive socialization is the type of social learning that is based on pleasurable and exciting experiences.
* Peer pressure is not always a bad thing. For example, positive peer pressure can be used to pressure bullies into acting better toward other kids. Positive Peer Pressure is Peer Support.
* This program teaches youth workers how they can utilize peer support in promoting positive youth development.
This program, now used in Elementary/Secondary Schools, & Youth Groups, across Florida is reducing discipline problems by up to 50 percent, eliminating the need for after school detention programs, and is giving students the emotional security to participate more fully in the learning process.
*Instant Results: Faculty at each school that participates in this consult is amazed at the quick turn around in the classroom.
*Assimilation of new students: Students report “everyone in the class is talking to everyone” by simply teaching students how to greet each other and requiring them to greet each class member by the end of each week.
*Inclusion: Fifth grade girls recently noted “the boys are letting us play football with them.”