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No Room for Bullies From the Classroom to Cyberspace Teaching Respect, Stopping Abuse, and Rewarding Kindness
     

No Room for Bullies From the Classroom to Cyberspace Teaching Respect, Stopping Abuse, and Rewarding Kindness

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by Jose Bolton, Stan Graeve (Editor)
 
This book shatters popular myths about bullying. You'll learn who's playing the intimidation game, and how they play it...from social exclusion and emotional backstabbing to physical violence, sexual harassment, and cyberspace cruelty. But No Room for Bullies takes readers beyond problem recognition to proven solutions.

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This book shatters popular myths about bullying. You'll learn who's playing the intimidation game, and how they play it...from social exclusion and emotional backstabbing to physical violence, sexual harassment, and cyberspace cruelty. But No Room for Bullies takes readers beyond problem recognition to proven solutions.

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ISBN-13:
9781889322674
Publisher:
Boys Town Press
Publication date:
07/01/2005
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
8.90(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.60(d)

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No Room for Bullies From the Classroom to Cyberspace Teaching Respect, Stopping Abuse, and Rewarding Kindness 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Being bullied is certainly scary whether you¿re an adult or a child, but especially if you¿re a child. The book NO ROOM FOR BULLIES by JOSE BOLTON, SR. and STAN GRAEVE is subtitled ¿FROM THE CLASSROOM TO CYBERSPACE ¿ TEACHING RESPECT, STOPPING ABUSE, AND REWARDING KINDNESS.¿ The section on Internet bullying is especially timely in light of recent controversy about MySpace.com and other sites utilized by teens. Stories about bullies are followed by how you can help (your child, your friend, yourself). The various types of bullying are discussed, and there are quotes by now-famous victims of bullies: 2003 Miss America Erika Harold, actor Tom Cruise, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton and actor Harrison Ford. This book is a valuable resource for parents, educators and students.