The Power of One

Working together as a class team can overcome bullying behaviour.

Scenario:

Do you have a student in your class that likes to be the centre of attention in a negative way, bullies others, always ‘fishing’ for students to get a response, ‘catches’ teachers as well – ropes everyone in ‘hook line and sinker’ every time?

The following story retells my experience while teaching a Year 2/3 class at a school in Central Victoria. It was a stressful and difficult time but from it came the strategy the ‘Power of One’.

Working together as a class team can overcome bullying behaviour.

Scenario:
Do you have a student in your class that likes to be the centre of attention in a negative way, bullies others, always ‘fishing’ for students to get a response, ‘catches’ teachers as well – ropes everyone in ‘hook line and sinker’ every time?

The following story retells my experience while teaching a Year 2/3 class at a school in Central Victoria. It was a stressful and difficult time but from it came the strategy the ‘Power of One'.

 

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