The Truth About Bullying: What Educators and Parents Must Know and Do

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Overview

The Truth About Bullying presents crucial information to assist educators and parents in creating a safe learning environment. This book is a practical guide to understanding what bullying is and the influence it has on a school. The who, what, when, where, and how of bullying are described in a clear manner that helps the reader to understand the myths and realities of bullying behavior. The latest trends in bullying, including hazing and contagion bullying, are presented, along with chapters dedicated specifically to cyberbullying and the special needs child. Recent research provides a foundation for readers as they learn how to address bullying and create a respectful, constructive school community. The authors address the importance of the school climate and culture and answer the question of whether a positive environment is enough to prevent bullying.

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What People Are Saying

David H. Goldenberg
This is truly a text that all parents and educators need to read to understand not only the origins and background of bullying, but what we all must do in both the identification, prevention and dealing with the consequences of such behavior. I also strongly believe that the structure of the text, including major areas of discussion of academic importance and implication for future teachers, makes it a valuable classroom text in preparation programs for teachers and administrators throughout the country. This text is rich in academic research yet reader-friendly for educators and parents alike. It is simply one of those books that all of us concerned with the issue of bullying should have on our shelves. I know that I will be using it.
Bill Voors
This book is a welcome resource for education professionals as well as those in the mental health field. It has a wealth of useful and practical ideas that will help to make our schools the safe and nurturing places they need to be for our children. I would recommend this book to be in the professional resource library of every K–12 school.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607094111
  • Publisher: The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group Inc
  • Publication date: 10/16/2009
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 228
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Jan Urbanski supervises the Safe and Drug Free Schools Office in Pinellas County, Florida, where she manages over a million dollars in federal grants and oversees the district's award-winning character education program. In addition to having experience as a prevention specialist, school counselor, and teacher, she has conducted training in bullying prevention, school climate and safety, conflict resolution, and character education at the local, state , national, and international levels. Steve Permuth is a professor of education at the University of South Florida with over thirty years of public education experience as a teacher/professor and administrator in K-12 and higher education. He is the author/co-author of six texts and fifty articles on educational policy and school law.

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Table of Contents

Part 1 Understanding Bullying Chapter 2 Introduction/Overview Chapter 3 Bullying: Beyond Sticks and Stones Chapter 4 Bullying in the Twenty-first Century: Cyberbullying Chapter 5 Bullying and the Special Needs Child Part 6 Addressing Bullying Chapter 7 What Research Tells Us Chapter 8 Creating a Respectful and Constructive School Community Chapter 9 What Works in Bullying Prevention? Part 10 Appendices

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