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Bullying Today

Author : Justin W. Patchin
ISBN : 9781506335995
Genre : Education
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Cutting-edge strategies—ready when you need them. Before bullying surfaces in your school, you need to be ready. This book is organized so you can find the answers you need to make meaningful changes in the way you prevent and respond to bullying. The authors know the challenges educators face. Here they’ve distilled nearly 15 years of research into bite-sized chapters, with strategies and real-world examples to put ideas into action. You’ll learn: How to distinguish bullying from other hurtful behaviors The connection between cyberbullying and in-person bullying Responses that work—and ones that don’t Prevention strategies to put in place now

Bullying Perspectives Practice And Insights

Author : Janice Richardson
ISBN : 9789287184573
Genre : Political Science
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Bullying is one of the most difficult areas of violence against children to eliminate, especially with the ubiquitous role that internet and mobile technology plays in their life today and the capacity this gives for bullying to continue night and day. Bullying seems to be part of human nature and has been with us since ancient times, but that is no reason to accept it fatalistically as “natural“ and, for children, part of growing up. Only in the 1970s was research first undertaken to explore the phenomenon and to attempt to understand why it takes place and its impact on individuals and societies. With the emergence of the internet and social media, bullying has taken a more sinister turn, becoming more relentless, constant and inescapable for victims. This book aims to explain to both experts and the interested layperson what is known about bullying, its causes, effects and, crucially, how it can be reduced, in particular by fostering social and emotional skills in young people. Authors from more than a dozen countries have contributed to this publication, presenting widely differing perspectives, practice and insights on how they are tackling or think we should be tackling modern societal issues such as bullying and hate speech. While some chapters focus more specifically on case studies and what the research tells us, others look at issues related to bringing up and educating children for the world we live in. This publication also provides information on the work of the ENABLE network and aims to introduce readers to the psychologists and researchers, teachers, parents and social media innovators that have helped to shape it.

Working With Trauma Exposed Children And Adolescents

Author : Joanna Pozzulo
ISBN : 9780429750700
Genre : Psychology
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Far too often, children and youth experience trauma, from rare events such as mass shootings, terrorism attacks, and school lockdowns, to very common occurrences such as bullying, exposure to drugs and alcohol, or various mental health issues. They can experience these events both directly and indirectly (from surfing the internet, watching television, or through their friends). Our children spend a large portion of their day at school interacting with other students, teachers, and school personnel, where these topics are raised and discussed. This edited volume addresses how our teachers and school personnel can help students deal with these potentially traumatic events to reach the most positive possible outcomes. This collection brings together leading experts, including academics and professionals working in the field, to provide the most current evidence-based practices on how to help students who may have experienced or witnessed trauma. It presents research and advice on how to respond to traumatic events regarding bullying; drugs and alcohol; sexual abuse; mental health; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) safety; stranger danger; childhood disruptive behaviors; school shootings and lockdowns; and terrorism. It also includes a chapter focused on how to implement a school safety program. Schools cannot deal with these issues alone; effective strategies must engage family members and the broader community. Hence, the collection includes a chapter on how schools can partner with families and the communities they reside in to bring about positive change. All this work pays close attention to cultural and religious sensitivity, socio-economic variabilities, diversity issues, and developmental stages.

Whs A Management Guide Pdf

Author : Richard Archer
ISBN : 9780170270793
Genre : Business & Economics
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The fourth edition of WHS: A management guide continues to take a humanist approach (work should satisfy human needs equally with organisational goals), and goes beyond the risk-management model of physical safety to take into account the larger perspective of human health needs, including psychological and social needs. This edition will build on the key strengths of previous edition, namely  the humanist approach  well-developed insights into the Model Act, which situates the authors in an excellent position to build on current status quo and update examples for the states that are yet to implement it fully  VET competencies Covers core and elective units of competency from the current qualifications:  BSB41412 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety  BSB51312 Diploma of Work Health and Safety

Banishing Bullying Behavior

Author : SuEllen Fried, ADTR, co-author, “Bullies, Targets & Witnesses, Helping Children Break the Pain Chain”
ISBN : 9781607092223
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Fried and Sosland bring their combined experiences together to present a blueprint to reduce the pain, rage and revenge cycle of bullying. Their strategies have been captured from hands-on interaction with educators, parents and students.

Banishing Bullying Behavior

Author : SuEllen Fried
ISBN : 9781610484343
Genre : Education
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Chapter 1Transforming the Culture Chapter 2Dimensions and Overview of Bullying Chapter 3Back to Bullying Basics Chapter 4Getting Specific About Bullying Chapter 5Cyberbullying: Unimagined Cruelty Chapter 6Bully Free Summer Camps Chapter 7Bullying from Pre-School through Adolescence Chapter 8Helping Special Needs Students Achieve Success Chapter 9The Challenges of Changing the Culture Chapter 10Change Agents Chapter 11Empowering Students in the Solution Chapter 12Ten Burning Questions Chapter 13Parents as Protectors, Partners, and Change Agents Chapter 14Letters From the Children

Btec First Caring

Author : Neil Moonie
ISBN : 0435401467
Genre : Social service
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This textbook has been thoroughly updated to cover the BTEC First Caring specifications which began in September 2003.

Report Of Congress

Author : Trades Union Congress
ISBN : STANFORD:36105123836186
Genre : Labor unions
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Working With Children And Adolescents

Author : Janet V. DeLany
ISBN : 0131719173
Genre : Medical
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This book is a valuable resource for directing the clinical reasoning of occupational therapy assistants as they prepare to provide services to children and adolescents.Divided into 4 sections, this book explains best- practice occupational therapy services based on knowledge about occupations, occupation based and non-occupation based conceptual models, and the occupational development of children and adolescents. Through the use of multiple vignettes and case studies, the occupational therapy assistants learn how to implement interventions for children and adolescents who are experiencing specific health and learning challenges. Reflection and application questions at the end of each chapter reinforce text content.Occupational therapy assistant

Values Based Decision Making For The Caring Professions

Author : David Seedhouse
ISBN : UOM:39015062458057
Genre : Medical
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We have lost sight of the vital symmetry between values and evidence. Values lie behind absolutely everything we do, yet we allow technical decision–making to dominate every social sphere, as if only ‘the evidence’ really matters. In this extraordinarily original and compelling book, David Seedhouse advocates values–based decision–making as a much–needed means of restoring humane balance to social planning, and explains the innovative use of information technology to turn values into evidence. The potential of values–based decision–making is huge and exciting. The final chapter of this seminal work points the way to a democratic future in which everyone’s values can be seen and heard, regardless of technical knowledge or social status. Values–Based Decision–Making mostly uses examples drawn from the health field. Like David Seedhouse’s many other books, it will be of considerable interest to all health professionals. But values–based decision–making reaches into every arena of human problem–solving, and should therefore be read by everyone who makes plans on behalf of other people. For information about values–based decision–making software visit: vide.co.nz To join the Values Exchange® browse to: values–exchange.com

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