What is bullying?
Bullying is the mistreatment of an individual or group characterized by a willful intent to cause harm and a perceived advantage in power. These acts can be socially, emotionally, or physically damaging in nature and include, but are not limited to, teasing, name calling, rumor spreading, exclusion, intimidation, threats, damaging personal property, stealing, public humiliation, stalking, pushing, shoving, or other physical attacks and, sexual, religious, or racial/ethnic harassment. Any of these acts can also be committed via the internet, E-Mail, telephone, text messages, or other forms of electronic devices and is also considered bullying (know as cyber-bullying).
Using the definition above, have you been bullied at school or on the way to/from school in the past year?
How often are you bullied?
Where does it happen? (Choose all that apply)
How were you bullied? (Choose all that apply)
What did you do about the bullying? (Choose all that apply)
Have you bullied another student in the past year?
How have you done it? (Choose all that apply)
How often do you see someone get bullied at your school?
What type of bullying do you witness? (Choose all that apply)
What are you likely to do when you see someone being bullied? (Choose all that apply)
How much of a problem would you say bullying is at your school?
In the space below, feel free to write down anything you think teachers, administrators, or parents could do to stop bullying and make your school safer.
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