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The Bully Free Classroom
Bullying is a big problem in schools today—and you can do something about it. You can create a peaceful, caring classroom that promotes a sense of belonging in all students and stops bullying in its tracks. This book shows you how. Allan Beane spells out over 100 prevention and intervention strategies you can start using immediately.
Other Format, 176 pages
Published June 15th 2005 by Free Spirit Publishing, Inc.
(first published August 31st 2003)
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Aug 03, 2010 Amanda Kaye rated it really liked it · review of another edition
This is one of the best books I've read so far about Bullying. It is very practical for use in a classroom or at home. I love the fact that there are over 40 pages of forms/activity pages that I can copy/scan for classroom use. This book is probably best for elementary schools, but could be adapted for use in older grades. Not only does the book help with if bullying is already happening, but also helps create a classroom/school environment to prevent bullying from occurring in the first place. ...more
The book is advertised for K-8, but it is far more for younger grades. A few activities would work in the middle school, but many kids wouldn't be able to take it seriously. Still, this is a good overview for any teacher wanting to understand causes and responses of bullying.