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121 Strategies for Bully Proofing Your School is designed to end bullying now. Based on the best practices of top principals teachers guidance counsellors and resource officers this offers a complete array of quick and practical solutions to what many experts call our nation's worst school problem today-bullying. Using the suggestions hints and advice in this book will immediately create a No-More-Bullying climate in your classroom no matter what grade level and in your cafeteria school and community. It teaches all educators related professionals parents and students how to quickly spot the red flags of bully potential and to recognize the various types of bullies including the
and most importantly how to deal with all of them successfully. 121 Strategies for Bully Proofing Your School builds self-esteem enhances school spirit frees students to concentrate on their learning and instills in them anti-bullying life skills with lesson plans reproducible activity sheets quizzes and check lists and so much more. This comprehensive how-to book is a must-have guide for all education parenting and community leaders in short for anyone who wants to bully proof not only one room one hallway one school and one community but also the whole country.
Author: Erika Shearin Karres Ed.D.
This game is designed to help boys learn and reinforce appropriate friendship skills and personal skills focusing on gender-specific examples. Instructions explain how the game can be played individually, with a group of 2-3 friends or with a group of 4-8 students. Each card colour represents a different question subject-area. Blue: Think About It Green: Character Traits Red: Friendship Skills Yellow: Making a Difference This fun card game can also be played as part of the Operation: Breaking the Boy Code small group guidance program. Also Available: Operation: Breaking the Boy Code... More info
Players respond to prompts on this ball around the topic of empathy. They are encouraged to discuss how to stand in someone else's shoes show good listening and make skilful statements to others as they experience any of several emotions. The Thumball offers a fun way for students to discuss the topic of empathy which affects them personally socially and academically. Empathy training should be a fundamental part of any anti-bullying program. When students learn to better understand and appreciate the feelings and perspectives of others they become less... More info
Thumball is a soft stuffed ball to throw, roll, or pass in a circle or randomly. Catch it! Look under your thumb. Respond to the prompt. Kids absolutely love this interactive tool that will get them talking and sharing. Without even knowing it, you will be encouraging the use of interpersonal skills including taking turns, eye contact, listening, responding, valuing similarities and respecting individual differences. Players are encouraged to discuss interpersonal drama, how it starts, how it can lead to many different kinds of problems for oneself and others,... More info