The Anti-Bullying Handbook is an essential source of information which provides a clear overview of what we understand about bullying.
This fully revised second edition of Keith Sullivan's very popular book is an ideal resource to increase knowledge on a difficult subject. It covers a vast range of issues with clarity and precision. It has been updated and expanded to include:
What we know and can do about cyber bullying; Using puppet theatre to teach Early Childhood and Primary Children about bullying; Confronting issues through using a collaborative and restorative justice techniques; Social Action Drama
This book is for parents, teachers, administrators, counselors, therapists, psychologists, teacher trainers and students.
Keith Sullivan is a widely published author. He is professor of Education at the National University of Ireland, Galway.
Chapter 12: Interactive and Experiential Strategies
Once a school decides to adopt an anti-bullying initiative, it is useful for teachers to initiate classroom activities that give students a better understanding of the dynamics of bullying. Such activities place teachers in the role of facilitator as well as ...