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Stop the Bullying: A Handbook for Schools

Stop the Bullying: A Handbook for Schools is a comprehensive handbook with practical advice for educators and parents who want to know how to stop bullying. Following outstanding success in Australia, the UK and Canada, Stop the Bullying has been extensively revised and updated to include new material to assist schools to counter bullying.

New material includes:

  • Lesson material for teachers working with classes of students, for example, in promoting more positive and effective bystander behaviour
  • Instructional material on how staff in a school can more effectively examine and discuss their own views on how bullying among students may be addressed
  • Advice relating to bullying involving adults in the school community
  • Extensive references to updated research and accessible resources
  • Blackline masters that facilitate the work of teams of educators addressing the problem of bullying in their schools

Stop the Bullying will assist teachers:

  • Find out what is really happening in their school
  • Develop a sound and well supported anti-bullying policy
  • Deal appropriately and constructively with children who bully others
  • Support and help children who are victimised by peers at school
  • Foster teacher/parent cooperation in stopping the bullying
Publication Details
Name of Publisher: ACER Press
Place of Publication: Camberwell, Vic.
Resource Type: Report
ISBN: 0864315686
EISBN: 1417506725
Publication Year: 2003
Subject Covered: School management