Bullying in Schools Pack
$307.95 inc GST $279.95 ex GST
Bullying endures in all schools today. Despite the implementation of bullying policies, parents and staff are equally concerned about understanding why it still happens and how to prevent further incidents of bullying.
The Bullying in Schools Pack includes:
Activities to Help Young People Deal with Bullying – This book of 56 activities will help professionals to work through bullying issues with young people and address the underlying causes. The content covers: · The impact of the group · Belonging · Social settings · Norms · Values · Peer groups · Friendships · Power · Isolation · Responsibility · Restorative work · Conciliation work. The activities cover the range of bullying behaviours that can be seen in educational settings including:
· Considering whether a student is exhibiting bullying behaviours
· The role of the bystander and how those behaviours are contributory or not
· The perception of bullying as a behaviour choice
· The impact of bullying upon others.
Bullying and Young Children – Understanding the Issues and Tackling the Problem. What is it that makes some children bully and some become victims? What can you do if despite your best efforts, a child keeps on taunting another? What steps can you take before communicating with parents and what will you say? Christine Macintyre explores this highly emotive topic, asking why as many as one in 12 school children are bullying victims, and will show in a highly practical way, what can be done to support the children and help staff improve their own practice.
Cyberbullying and the Wild, Wild Web – The world has changed drastically over the past decade. The Internet has had a huge part in that, as it has made the world more accessible to anyone of any age, race, or gender. Used for entertainment, education, shopping, dating and more, the internet has provided a whole new virtual world for everyone to enjoy. But with the good also comes the bad-and for kids and teens these days, the bad has becomes a constant threat from cyberbullies and cyberstalking. J. A. Hitchcock began to have an interest in cyberstalking and cyberbullies in 1996 when she blew the whistle on a literary agency scam. They stole her identity and began posting messages online pretending to be her; and that was only the beginning of a barrage of threats. When she contacted local police they had never had an internet-related case and couldn’t help her, so she taught herself how to track down online criminals, how to handle the situation, and how to stay safer online. After 10 years of being a victim, her cyberstalkers were brought to justice. Unfortunately, not all internet crime stories end with a happy ending. Really, anyone of any age can become the target of a cyberbully. And quite honestly, victims are getting younger and younger every year when it comes to being cyberbullied. Throughout Cyberbullying and the Wild, Wild Web, Hitchcock explains how someone can become victim to cyberbullying and how they can stay safer online. Offering victims, and parents, the chance to be able to relate to and truly understand the unfortunate reality of cyberbullying through real-life examples of what happened to someone who had been through a similar situation. For much-needed practical advice, from an expert who truly understands the threat of cybercrime, this is a must-have resource to combat the ever-growing problem of internet crime in our society.
How to Stop Homophobic and Biphobic Bullying: A Practical Whole-School Approach – A practical resource for teachers to help stop homophobic and biphobic bullying, working with those who bully and supporting those who are bullied. Create safe LGBT inclusive learning environments through activities, lessons plans and worksheets, ready to implement in the classroom. This vital teachers guide to challenging homophobic and biphobic bullying offers unique insights to address the issue at its core. With a renewed focus on a whole school approach, it builds capacity in those who work with young people and inspires an inclusive approach in every setting. Laying out clear advice on how to recognise, stop and prevent homophobic and biphobic bullying, readers are given strategies to work with its perpetrators, bystanders and targets. The author explains how to handle disclosures regarding sexual orientation and provides advice on effective Anti-Bullying Policy referencing homophobic and biphobic bullying. Based upon the work of the UKs leading and award-winning LGBT+ anti-bullying charity Educational Action Challenging Homophobia (EACH) this book additionally explores why young people are too often reluctant to report these forms of bullying; the increasing role of the online environment and the profound impacts bullying can have well into adulthood. Written by an expert in this field, this essential guide is for teachers, youth workers, the care sector and anyone with a duty of care towards young people.
Recognize, Respond, Report Preventing and Addressing Bullying of Students with Special Needs – Bullying in schools is a problem and public health concern for all students, including children with special needs. This is an issue that crosses disability diagnosis and is intriguing because while some children with disabilities are the victims of bullying, others can be the bullies themselves. This book provides school professionals and parents with data on the prevalence of bullying as well as research-based interventions to stop bullying in schools. Special considerations and strategies are shared for the bully, the bystander, the victim, and families. This resource also provides guidance on assessing needs, collecting data and how to report it, and sustaining bully prevention methods in the classroom and school.