An Education and Empowerment Toolkit for Educators and Students! Understanding Bullying and Ways to Make It STOP! has sections specific to educators and students: The first section describes key concepts, guiding principles, and a full spectrum of approaches that educators can implement based on available resources and student need to prevent and resolve bullying incidents, both dominance and relational aggression, at their schools. The second section provides students at the 4th- to 8th-grade levels with a complete education about bullying and describes a comprehensive set of approaches and techniques that they can use, with or without adult help, to prevent and stop bullying and create an environment of tolerance and respect. Each educational topic in the guide is accompanied by humorous illustrations and thought-provoking questions to reinforce the topic and relate the information to readers’ own bullying experiences. Students can study the topics on their own, and educators can use them in the classroom individually or as a comprehensive course. Educational Topics: · Dominance and Relational Aggression · The Who, What, Where, Why, and How of Bullying · Social Media and Bullying · Relationship Conflict and Conflict Resolution · Bullying Key Concepts The “Tools”—Prevention, Mitigation, and Resolution Approaches: · Foundational Education · Guiding Principles for Educators · Dominance Aggression Prevention and Mitigation Techniques for Students · Relational Aggression Prevention and Counteraction Techniques and Acceptance Perspectives for Students · Bystander Intervention (Direct and Indirect) · Student-Requested Adult Support Options · Non-Punitive Options for Dealing with Aggressors Using the Tools—Implementation Options: · Comprehensive Bullying Course · Topical Lessons on Bullying and Empowerment · Self-Study or Guided Self-Study · Guidance Counseling · Reference Manual for Educators The guide can be paired with the novel Bitopia for a richer learning experience and can supplement existing bullying prevention and social emotional learning programs. Parents can also use this guide as a reference manual and for a parent-child study.
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Ari Magnusson was bullied his first year of high school and felt the fear, embarrassment, and helplessness common to victims of dominance aggression. He is a passionate proponent of educating youth about bullying and empowering them with techniques that they can use to prevent and stop bullying, on their own or with adult help. He is also the author of Bitopia, a novel for middle-grade readers. Ari lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
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