Victims: Preventing Students From Becoming 'Bully-Targets'

The Practical Teacher

Victims: Preventing Students From Becoming 'Bully-Targets'


Children who are chronically bullied are often deeply unhappy in school, suffer from low self-esteem, and often find themselves socially rejected by their classmates as a result of the bullying. Teachers are likely to see another 'hidden' cost of bullying: as students are victimized, their grades frequently suffer. The best way for any school to assist children victimized by bullies is to adopt a whole-school approach to bully prevention. Even if working alone, however, teachers can take immediate action to make life easier for children in their classroom who are being bullied. The focus of this issue of the Practical Teacher will be on preventing students from becoming ‘bully-targets’.

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