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The Right to Be Safe: Putting an End to Bullying Behavior
The Right to Be Safe: Putting an End to Bullying Behavior

Dr. Cricket Meehan
2011, 8.5 x 11, 144 pages.
Paperback with CD-ROM
Price $18.95

: 0823-W

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From individual interventions to school- and district-wide programs, this comprehensive approach covers all aspects of bullying behavior and its consequences, and offers the information needed to keep all kids safe in a more positive environment.

  • Ways to help students who are bullied and those who show bullying behavior
  • How to partner with parents to stop bullying
  • Best practices in bullying prevention
  • How to build a positive classroom culture that reduces bullying behavior

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Effective Solutions August 31, 2011
Reviewer: Glenna S. Edwards, Author of Rainbow Bed from Edgewood, KY  
Every person who works with students should read this book.  Inside are practical and effective solutions that you may immediately implement.  The handouts on CD in the back of the book will work well in discussions and training.  My favorite handouts were Effective Interventions, Listening and What Students Can Do.  Too often I hear children and teens say "the teacher/staff won't do anything about it (the bully)".  I suspect staff sometimes do not know what to do and hope that bullying behavior will eventually stop if ignored; however, there are simple steps found in the book that will empower staff with everyday practical solutions for the classroom, for working with parents as well as resources and ideas that will support an overall positive school environment.  Don't ignore bullying behavior.  Learn how to put an end to it.

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The Right to Be Safe August 17, 2011
Reviewer: Dr. Scott G. Butler, Ed.D, LPC from Omaha, NE  
A practical, easy-to-use resource to design and implement bullying prevention and intervention programs.  It provides excellent information for all stakeholders - students, teachers, counselors, administrators, and parents.  The book includes research-based information about why bullying happens and what can be done to help prevent it.

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