Just thinking today as a colleague at my school was accused of "bullying" her students when she asked them to stop "being annoying" by doing cartwheels and be respectful to the young adults there to run a P.E. session. These young adults (the accusers) were encouraged to take the issue further by a professor. After a meeting today with our principal who FULLY supported our teacher, the young adults were wished lots of luck in their pursuits to be teachers and asked not to come back to campus. This particular teacher is so far from a bully, but is just strict with her students and their behaviour... I have had parents say that their child was being "bullied" all the time and with further investigation, their child was actually an instigator! While I think understanding what bullying is and helping kids either face up to, deal with, stand up to or whatever, I am finding that it is a go-to term used for all behaviour! Any thoughts?