Cyberbullying: Going Beyond Traditional Bullying By Terry Sereda Traditional bullying usually occurs in social interactions such that the perpetrator and the target are face-to-face (Faucher, p.2). This allows for the perpetrator to see their target and the effects of
Bullying and Discrimination – Part of the Same Parcel Candy Khan, Multi-Cultural Anti-Bullying Activist A Case of Performance Issue? Irshad came to Edmonton from South Asia four years ago. He landed a position as a business analyst at
Grateful for Mrs. Campbell (Calgary, Alberta) My Mom is helping me write this letter. We read a lot about people that don’t stand up for people who are being bullied. I want to tell my story about my teacher Mrs.
The Other Forms of Bullying in Schools – Teacher Bullying The most studied form of bullying in schools is student-to-student bullying (alternatively called peer or lateral bullying). There are at least two other forms of bullying in schools: (i) teacher-targeted
Dear Addie Two Male Teachers (Ontario) I am in a school from kindergarten to grade 12. We are in a small town. I was in grade 6 when I noticed that our science and social studies teachers, both males, stand in
The Other Forms of Bullying in Schools – Teacher-Targeted Bullying The most studied form of bullying in schools is student-to-student bullying (alternatively called peer or lateral bullying). There are at least two other forms of bullying in schools: (i) teacher-targeted
My Gym Teacher is Bullying Me (Edmonton, AB) Mrs. Baxter (name changed) is my gym teacher and she’s a bully. I am in grade 8 but I’m not going to name the school for it might make things worse. I don’t
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