How To Protect Your Child From BULLIES
- The Bully-Free Classroom. Beane, Allan L. // Instructor;Sep2000, Vol. 110 Issue 2, p43
Presents some effective strategies and activities to stop bullying in school. Concepts that can be introduced in exposing the myths about bullying; Purpose of building conflict-resolution skills; Steps to conflict resolutions.
- Interventions for Relational Aggression: Innovative Programming and Next Steps in Research and Practice. Leff, Stephen S.; Crick, Nicki R. // School Psychology Review;2010, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p504
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editors discuss several articles including one on school programs aimed at preventing relational aggression, one on a school bullying prevention program, and one on workshops intended to educate teachers and students about aggressive behavior.
- Stop That Bully! Harrar, Sari; VanTine, Julia // Prevention;Dec2001, Vol. 53 Issue 12, p52
Focuses on bullying at schools and how parents can communicate with their children who are being bullied or are doing the bullying.
- Point: Bullies Should be Rehabilitated, not Punished. Hanson, Ruth // Canadian Points of View: Bullying;2009, p2
The article presents an argument supporting treatment for bullies. The author argues that bullying behaviour needs to be addressed and supports rehabilitation rather than retribution. Behavioural characteristics of bullies are presented and the cognitive aspects of bullying are discussed....
- Don't Just Stand By. Smith, Natalie // Scholastic News -- Edition 4;1/7/2012, Vol. 75 Issue 12, p4
The article reports on experts' claim that bystanders can make bullying worse. Studies have shown that about one in every six children is bullied in schools. Bullying can take the form of physical aggression, name-calling, excluding a child on purpose and cyberbullying. Experts have stated that...
- State Laws and Policies to Address Bullying in Schools. Limber, Susan P.; Small, Mark A. // School Psychology Review;2003, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p445
This article focuses on the recent flurry of legislation in states to address bullying among school children. The primary purpose is to describe, compare, and contrast current state laws about bullying. Specifically, a description is provided of legislators' definitions of bullying and...
- 10 Ways to Move Beyond Bully Prevention (And Why We Should). Brown, Lyn Mikel // Education Week;3/5/2008, Vol. 27 Issue 26, p29
The author reflects on the attention given to bully prevention programs. She provides alternative suggestions for addressing behavioral issues in school settings including ending the practice of labeling children, talking accurately about types of behavior, and understanding why children use...
- HI-TECH TEEN TORMENT. Baca, Maria Elena // Investigate;Mar2007, Vol. 7 Issue 74, p60
The article focuses on the prevalence of cyberbullying in the U.S. A law requiring schools to adopt written anti-bullying policies and would redefine harassment and identity theft was designed by Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson. A national survey revealed that 9 percent of 1,500 children...
- BULLYING MATERIALS. // American Teacher;Apr2005, Vol. 89 Issue 7, p23
Reports on the National Crime Prevention Council's offering of materials aimed at preventing bullying and teasing in schools.