Bullying Lobby Day Responses/Evaluation from FCE/BPW

Thursday, February 24, 2000

 36 responses turned in

Prepared by Emily Mark, K-State Research & Extension, NE Area FCE Advisor

Report from Group Discussions





What is the most important thing you gained from the program? - SELF:

What is the most important thing you gained from the program? - COMMUNITY:

1.  Do you understand more today than yesterday? (1 - 5) (5 being most favorable)
 
  •  1 responded with a 1
  •  1 responded with a 2
  •  4 responded with a 3 
  •  13 responded with a 4
  •  16 responded with a 5
  •  1 responded with "yes, much more" 















 2.  Do you have plans for community programming? (1 - 5)
 
  •  3 responded with a 1
  •  4 responded with a 2
  •  11 responded with a 3
  •  9 responded with a 4
  •  6 responded with a 5
  •  1 responded with "maybe"
  •  1 responded with a 3+
  •  1 responded with "Not at this time,    perhaps in the future." 





3.  How can we gain community exposure? (Statement)







4.  Would you plan a drama in your community? (1 -5 )
 
  • 1 responded with a 1
  • 6 responded with a 2
  • 1 responded with a 3
  • 7 responded with a 4   w/one note of: "it's very effective, will try")
  • 4 responded with a 5   (w/one note of: "if students would do this") 10 responded with yes
  • 1 with: "Drama is effective - it's a possibility"
  •  1 with: "if possible"
  •  1 with: "I hope to"
  •  1 with: "A drama would be more effective than a dry discussion"
  • 1 with: "Drama - none available - could ask HS speech or adult volunteer"
  • 1 with: "No but it would be nice"
  • 1 with: No response





5.  Did our drama add something positive to your experience and understanding of          bullying? (1 - 5)

 2 responded with a 2
  4 responded with a 3 (w/one note of: "was too specific as to people's common knowledge of bullies - need to show more subtle forms")
 6 responded with a 4
 10 responded with a 5 (w/one note of: "it was good")
 11 responded with yes
 1 responded with: "very much so"
 1 responded with: "limited"
 1 responded with: "Drama part - not really but hearing the kids as panel did"

6.  Do you see potential for future collaboration in the community with BPW & FCE? (1 - 5)
 
  • 3 responded with a 2
  • 4 responded with a 3 (one of them was a 3+) 4 responded with a 4
  • 5 responded with a 5
  • 7 responded with yes (three had these notes: 
  • "potential," "great potential," & "there is a possibility")
  • 3 responded with a "?"
  • 2 responded with a "???" (& one of those had a "yes" with it)













 Do you see a future for BPW/FCE Collaboration? (Continued- not included on chart above)
 1 responded with a 10
 1 responded with a "I don't know"
 1 responded with a "Absolutely"
 1 responded with a "I hope so"
 1 responded with a "limited"
 2 responded with "No BPW in my community" and "No BPW, Other groups -5"
 1 with: No response

A.  Most important thing you learned:





B.  1 to 3 things you would like to be done differently:

Requested web sites and addresses:
 
Silent Witness Exhibit 
SafeHome, Johnson County 
913-472-9300 - Jan Abbey 

Cost: $40.00 deposit, $10.00 retained upon return. 
Transportation: Individual group arrangement.  Needs 6' x 3' x 2' flat space to transport.

Kansas Bullying Prevention Program

Randy J. Wiler, Director 
913-642-5555 Ext. 259 
Leawood Police Department 
9617 Lee Blvd. 
Leawood, KS  66206 

Posters are available by placing order with Randy at above address. 

Web sites for:
Attorney General: http://www.INK.org/public/ksga 
Kansas Bureau of Investigation (Offender site): http://www.INK.org/public/kbi 
Kansas Bullying Prevention Program: http://www.kbpp.org 
Temporary/Transitional Lobby Day Web Site: http://www.angelfire.com/ks/MediationYES/BPW.html
New Developing BPW/KS "Legislative Link" web site: http://bjohnson.mwis.net (no www!)
Book Resource 
Bullies & Victims: "Helping Your Child Through the Schoolyard Battlefield"
SuEllen Fried and Paula Fried; 1996, M. Evans and Company, Inc. New York, New York