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Bullying and Beyond series

By: Nicki Crick, Shelley Hymel, Stuart Twemlow

Bullying is not just a school problem; it’s a community problem. But educators have a unique opportunity to make a powerful, positive impact in the lives of bullies and victims alike.

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Bullying and Beyond series

Bullying is not just a school problem; it’s a community problem. But educators have a unique opportunity to make a powerful, positive impact in the lives of bullies and victims alike. Get to the root of bullying behavior. Understand the relationships between bullies and victims. Learn what needs to happen in schools and communities to turn negative behavior around and create a culture of learning that is free from fear. Filmed at the first national conference on bullying, these compelling keynotes explore a variety of bullying behaviors, their causes, and the dangers they pose to both bullies and victims.

Boys Will Be Boys, But What About Girls?
Childhood Aggression and Gender
Featuring Nicki Crick
Easily-observed physical aggression accounts for only a fraction of bullying behavior. Learn the often-hidden dangers of relational aggression and why this form of bullying is so prevalent among girls and young women. Dr. Crick blends entertaining vintage footage from Candid Camera with solid research in this in-depth exploration of three forms of relational aggression: manipulating friendship, excluding peers, and spreading rumors to instigate rejection.

Bullying and Peer Harassment
Why Does It Start, and Who Is Affected?
Featuring Shelley Hymel
Using research and real-life events, Dr. Hymel gives valuable insight into bullies and their victims. Understand the cultural trends that promote peer attachment, and discover the long-term consequences of bullying, including academic difficulties and low self-esteem. Learn how you can take action to reduce peer harassment and create a safe learning environment for all students.

The Role of the Bystander
Featuring Stuart Twemlow
Explore the critical role bystanders play in reducing or exacerbating school violence. Gain a new perspective of bullying as a three-way connection rather than just a bully-victim interaction. Dr. Twemlow addresses the important role that bystanders played in well-known school shootings. He also highlights programs that have proven effective in fostering positive school climates, creating effective peer and adult mentoring programs, and encouraging positive classroom management.

DVDs include the keynote presentations and presenters۪ slides

Related Topics

Classroom Management & BehaviorViolence & Crisis Prevention


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Product Code: KTF117

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