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Strategies to promote the good coexistence of children and young people at school
We must not forget that children learn from their parents' behavior. The responsibility for their education rests with them and by setting a good example from home, they will be doing their bit to combat bullying.
Instill children and young people not to respond to messages that could encourage bullying, much less forward them between peers. Teach them the proper use of technological tools.
Many times when children bully their peers it is because they themselves have insecurities. To feel good about themselves they are often cruel to others. Parents should punish this type of behavior and look for the problem of origin regarding the child's low self-esteem.
Teach them to defend themselves, without exposing themselves to being physically or verbally abused. Create a series of strategies that help them be more confident and of course, ask their teachers for help to avoid bullying situations.
Promote an inclusive attitude from home. Teach them to be tolerant, to put themselves in the place of the other and to help each other among colleagues. Speak out against abuse!
Make clear the behaviors that they should have in their day to day with others. Educate them to control their emotions and to be able to live peacefully with other people.
Promote compliance with basic rules both at home and at school. This will promote good behavior and at the same time we will give them the necessary tools to respect others and demand respect in return.
You have to monitor their behavior, observe what their interests are, the places they go, what they do and with whom. Be responsible parents and constantly remind them of the values and behaviors that are appropriate.
Observe if there are some of the symptoms of bullying such as nervousness, lack of appetite, poor school performance, school phobia or insomnia. As soon as we notice that something changes in the child's behavior, we should talk to him and look for possible solutions.
Listening to children and maintaining good communication with them is essential to get to know them better, and be aware of them and their environment. If they have a problem, this way we will find out more easily about it.