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Conflict vs. Bullying - Student Response

Conflict vs. Bullying - Student Response

Last week on PACERTalks About Bullying, we answered the question, “What's the difference between conflict and bullying?” in 60 seconds or less. On today’s episode, we are having an elementary school student share their response to the same question.

  • Author: NBPC
  • Duration: 1:35 minutes
  • Date Posted: 11/13/2019

Series: PACERTalks About Bullying - Season 3

We are thrilled to return for a third season of PACERTalks About Bullying with more interviews, stories, and tips on making the world a kinder, more accepting, and more inclusive place. New this season is the “60 second response,” in which students, adults, and PACER's NBPC staff help answer your most frequently asked questions about bullying prevention.


>> Hey, everyone. Welcome back to Pacer Talks About Bullying. I'm Bailey. We're glad you're here.

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On last week's episode, we answered one of your most frequently asked questions: What's the difference between bullying and conflict in 60 seconds or less? In today's episode, we're having an elementary school student share her answer to the exact same question. She has some great insight, so let's get into the episode.

>> What is the difference between bullying and conflict?

>> Well, conflict usually can resolve it, and also, it probably doesn't happen more than once every few weeks, unlike bullying, which happens -- it could happen every day or a little bit spaced out from there, and you usually need an adult's help. Bullying, you -- they're doing it to be mean when conflict, it's just like they might have a disagreement.

>> And that's a wrap on this week's episode of Pacer Talks About Bullying. We'll see you right back here next week, and remember, together we can create a world without bullying. See ya.

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