Schools Where Everyone Belongs: Practical Strategies for Reducing Bullying / Edition 2

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Overview

For all grade levels. This new edition is packed with practical guidelines and proven strategies for implementing a whole-school approach for reducing bullying. The author draws on theory and research, as well as over two decades of experience as a school counselor and consultant to provide educators with his creative ideas and successful techniques. Interventions to help aggressive youth internalize rules and develop conscience are paired with methods for helping targets of bullying. Chapters cover a wide range of topics, including myths about bullying, acknowledging positive behavior, effective discipline, working with parents, relational aggression, empowering bystanders, and preventing disability harassment.
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What People Are Saying

Dorothea Ross
"There is nothing in the current literature that comes close to Schools Where Everyone Belongs. This book should be used in every elementary school. Concerned parents could benefit greatly from reading this book, which is a major contribution to the literature on bullying."--(Dorothea Ross, PhD, author of Childhood Bullying and Teasing)
Marlene Snyder
"Based upon research to practice sensibility, this second edition includes important new materials and insights that expand our understanding of major bullying issues. This is a working tool that anyone interested in our children, teaching, and building peaceful school climates will treasure."--(Dr. Marlene Snyder, International Bullying Prevention Association)
Stuart Green
"Stan Davis is one of the leading interpreters and implementers of the pioneering 'whole school' bullying prevention work of Dan Olweus. Davis's comprehensive, sensitive, and practical approach is fully captured in this new book. Evidence-based, clinically sound, and creative, his book is an excellent general guide to helping children thrive in school."--(Stuart Green, MSW, MA, Founder and Director, New Jersey Coalition for Bullying Awareness and Prevention)
Susan P. Limber
"Schools Where Everyone Belongs is a goldmine of practical information for school personnel concerned with reducing bullying. In this engaging book, Stan Davis draws upon theory and research, as well as years of experience as a school counselor, to describe how educators can help to create safe, inclusive school environments for our children. I highly recommend it."--(Susan P. Limber, PhD, Associate Professor, Clemson University)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780878225842
  • Publisher: Research Pr Pub
  • Publication date: 1/15/2007
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 292
  • Sales rank: 460,394
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction : building caring schools 1
1 What is bullying? 9
2 The prevalence and effects of bullying 17
3 Discarding common myths about bullying 23
4 What doesn't work? 31
5 The Olweus research 41
6 Acknowledging positive behavior 47
7 Building staff-student connections 67
8 Effective discipline 75
9 Keeping discipline in a positive emotional context 85
10 The discipline process 95
11 A rubric-based discipline system 103
12 Helping young people take responsibility for their behavior 119
13 Working with parents 145
14 Supporting targets of bullying 155
15 Bullying between friends 163
16 Activating peer bystanders 169
17 Whole-school educational approaches 177
18 Implementing a bullying prevention program 187
19 Ten steps to building schools where everyone belongs 191
App Stopping bullying and raising responsible, caring children : a handout for parents 199
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2009

    an amazing thorough practical book

    This book covers it all. It has the bully pegged and what works to stop the bully. It addresses the bystanders and their role and responsibilities. Most importantly it reminds everyone that it is not the targets fault.
    The program the author set up in his school is a no tolerance policy . It teaches the bully to take responsibility for their actions and that if they make wrong choices there will be consequences. Those consequences will be the same for all as the school posts a rubric so all will know what the consequences for their actions are. If its a repeat offense they earn a more severe consequence. The bully also has to call home in the presence of a faculty member and let his parent know what he did and what his punishment is. A letter also goes home with the same info and what will happen if he does it again. The bully also has to fill out a think about it form.Most importantly the children learn that we don't tolerate bullying in their school.
    Through out the book Stan Davis compares bullying to adult crimes and reminds us that adults would not tolerate harrassment in their work environment or neighborhoods. Through his program he teaches us even the bystander has a responsibility to speak up just as an adult would if they see a crime happening. He is teaching us to be good citizens and that bullying does not have to be part of childhood

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