Friday, May 11, 2012

Bullying - Can Learning Styles Help?

New Zealand news is full of the latest wave of bullying at school and on social media (read the story here). It's sad. It's scary. And, in many cases, it can be avoided.
  • Sometimes a bully is somebody who is bullied themselves, at home or in the neighbourhood.
  • Sometimes a bully (typically a cyber bully) doesn't even realise their behaviour is hurtful.
  • Sometimes a bully is trying to communicate their frustrations in this most unfortunate of manners.

Can Learning Styles help? You bet.

Many children become rebellious at school because they feel bored, stifled and misunderstood. The solution for their disruptive behaviour lies in satisfying the needs of their unique Learning Style.

Dealing with a bully is no different. You only need to look at their learning style report to see what's behind the fists and the hurtful words.

Learning Style Analysis - it's not only about classroom learning. It's about behaviour, responsibility, perseverance and making friends.

Try it out today.


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Julianna Smith said...

Bullying is a big problem that affects lots of kids. Some kids bully because they may think that it is the way of getting popular and sometimes bullies came from families where everyone is angry and shouting all the time. That is why parents should spend their quality time to teach their kids to be good at all times and also teach them how to avoid bullying. I'm also a parent and i would like to share this safety application that I'm using to provide an extra protection for my kids. This called the panic button from safekidzone that works on mobile phones that can be press instantly if subscriber is in danger situation it can also send a text message and email to family and friends and to their 24/7 Response Call Center. Their 24/7 Response Call Center can directly route the call to the nearest 911 responders in where the subscriber is located. Great application right? It can really save life and its very easy to use. For more information, just visit their website at:

Yvonne Eve Walus said...

Thank you. :-)