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With brand-new videos, discussion questions, tabletop exercises, and a sample action plan, this updated program prepares teachers, staff, parents, and students to respond to emergencies.
This revised edition provides school staff with the knowledge, resources, and tools necessary to develop a schoolwide, systematic, research-based approach to the problem of bullying. This kit helps all levels of school staff to identify, reduce, and ultimately eliminate the types of bullying behaviors that are prevalent in schools today. The video is divided into three parts - elementary school, middle school, and high school and illustrates through vignettes the types of bullying problems that can occur at all levels. It also walks viewers through how to prevent potential problems as well as diffuse problems when they arise. The Facilitator's Guide can be used as an individual study program, with small groups, or for larger professional development events. It includes thought-provoking discussion questions and offers sample workshop agendas. School House Bullies is a sure fire solution to promote the latest in bullying prevention education for each member of a school community.
Provide for school safety and security with practical, realistic strategies that can make a difference! This timely resource for new, veteran, and aspiring school administrators offers cost-effective techniques to create a safe school environment for students, staff, and the community. The authors use their experience in education and law enforcement to show how administrators can combine the need for secure campuses with the desire to maintain an open and welcoming environment. Educators will find recommendations that can: help prevent or minimize a potential tragedy; facilitate a stronger, more informed response when needed; allow a school to recover and return to normalcy.