In this interactive play students will learn about preventing bullying through the skills of advocacy and accountability.
- Define power, bullying, cyber-bulling, harassment
- Identify the students’ community and their responsibilities within that community
- Examine what bullyingis and what it is not
- Explore the impacts of bullyingon the person bullied, bystanders, the school community, and even the person who bullies
- Investigate and demonstrate strategies to advocate for others when they are bullied
- Brainstorm strategies to positively manage the social and emotional effects of bullying
- Empower students to report bullyingto their families and teachers when it occurs
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Length: 40 minutes
Max audience size: 500
Space: 10′ tall, 16′ wide, 20′ deep
Price: Starts at $650
The CDC reports that one in four students report being bullied, 30% report taking part in bullying others, and 70% of students have seen bullying happen in their school. This is not an alarming trend; rather it is an alarming truth. Every day bullying and harassment affect the day to day lives of student in schools across the United States–whether they are targeted by the bullying, witnessing it, or even taking part in bullying behavior. Regardless of the role a student plays, the effects of bullying can follow a student throughout their lives. In this 45 minute interactive and customizable presentation, students will explore the lives of the students at Richland Oak Secondary School in order to begin a conversation about bullying. Students will be able to interact directly with characters and rewind scenarios to try out strategies to better handle bullying situations. But the end of this presentation, students will be empowered to advocate for themselves and others, and understand the impact of the their words and actions on their school community.