Advice for Parents and Teachers on How to End Bullying
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Written by parent and popular blogger Carrie Goldman, and endorsed by top bullying experts, this book provides realistic and practical advice for parents, teachers and students about how to address both face-to-face and online bullying. Grounded in up-to-date research and backed by scientific evidence, the chapters cover a wide range of topics including: identifying common risk factors for victimization, strategies for bullying prevention and intervention, helpful guidelines for media use, the impact of character education and social-emotional learning (SEL) programs, how to implement restorative disciplinary practices, advice for victims to increase resilience, the importance of supporting bystanders, and how to address problems with societal and cultural norms that promote bullying. Whether you are reading this book as a parent or an educator, Carrie Goldman has succeeded in translating the latest bullying research into a guide that is easy to understand, friendly, practical and solution-focused.
Goldman, C. (2013). Bullied: What every parent, teacher and kid needs to know about ending the cycle of fear
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