|Keith Sullivan||National University of Ireland|
|© 2011||280 pages||SAGE Publications Ltd|
The author provides a guide for the development, implementation and evaluation of effective anti-bullying philosophies, policies and programmes. He sets out guidelines for creating and clarifying school policy and practice to provide a strong foundation for the establishment of a whole-school approach to bullying. The author shows how to support a culture of problem-solving that is soundly based on research but also draws on the knowledge and experience of teaching and administrative staff, students and the wider community in developing and implementing anti-bullying programmes.
This book is a useful resource for all schools, from those just starting to consider setting up an anti-bullying initiative, to those with well-established programmes that wish to consider anti-bullying best practice.
New material in this edition includes:
- What we know and can do about cyberbullying
- Teaching the very young and children aged 5-12 about bullying
- Confronting issues through collaborative and restorative justice techniques
- Social Action Drama
This book is a key resource for teachers, administrators, counsellors, therapists, psychologists, teacher trainers, students and parents.
Keith Sullivan is a widely published author and professor of Education at the National University of Ireland, Galway.