Step 1: Know It
More than one-half the time, bullying stops within 10 seconds of a bystander stepping in to help. 1
More than half the time, bullying stops within 10 seconds of a bystander stepping in to help. 2
Your situation: There’s just one week before your band goes for first place in the school talent show! Everything's going well until a bandmate steps out of line by bullying other students, and you have to send him packing.
Your challenge: With a fractured group, can you make the right choices in sticky situations to earn all six items you need to rock the show and bring home the gold?
Craig, W. M. & Pepler, D. (1997). Observations of bullying and victimization in the school yard. Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 13(2): 41–60.
Craig, W. M., Debra J. Pepler, "Observations of bullying and victimization in the school yard. Canadian Journal of School Psychology," 1997. Accessed January 29, 2014.
Step 2: Do It
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It's shhhhowtime! Enter your name, your phone number, and three other friends' numbers. You'll all receive a text to start the game. You know what they say: "There's no business like (talent) show business"!
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