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If You Experience Bullying - Student Response

If You Experience Bullying - Student Response

It's time for another episode of PACERTalks About Bullying! Last week we answered the question, “What should I do if I experience bullying?” This week, we wanted to see what elementary school students had to say about this question. They had a lot of great insight and advice for kids who experience bullying.

  • Author: NBPC
  • Duration: 2:15 minutes
  • Date Posted: 2/24/2020

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 PACERTalks about Bullying. I'm Bailey, and we're so glad you're here.

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As we talked about last week, we know it's not always easy to know what to do when you experience bullying. But it's important to know that you have options. In this week's video, we have elementary school students sharing their insight on what you can do if you experience bullying. They have some great advice to share. So, let's get into the video. Okay, my first question is, what can you do if you experience bullying?

>> Um, you can, um, you can tell them to stop, or you can just walk away.

>> I think that you can tell a teacher for them to help.

>> Ask somebody to help because you don't know what they've been going through.

>> You can help someone that is getting bullied. If you are getting bullied, like, at that time, you can ask a grown up or your parent or a teacher to help make it stop.

>> And you could tell the person to stop, or tell an adult or a teacher.

>> Walk away or tell the person to stop.

>> I would just tell the person that's bullying someone else to stop, walk away, and just never like, and just don't talk to him, don't talk to him or her.

>> It's important to stand up for yourself. So, because it could get higher than that. So, someone could just start off by saying, you're weird, or like start saying mean comments to you in front of your face, but it could get worse than that, it could get to like cyberbullying. So, when you stand up for yourself, you're saying what you think and not what others think.

>> And with that, that's a wrap on this week's episode of PACERTalks about Bullying. Thank you so much to all the amazing students that were involved. 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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