Bullying Workshop 31 Jan 2003

Getting Rid of Bullying: What Works ?Dr Helen McGrath

ANTI-BULLYING ACTION

NO BLAME APPROACH  SEE ALSO  Bullying Workshop 31 Jan 2003

NO BLAME APPROACH TO BULLYING WORKSHOP PREPARED BY Dani Johnston Kylie Rigg

DEVELOPING POSITIVE PEER RELATIONS

BULLYING QUESTIONNAIRE

THE NO BLAME APPROACH TO BULLYING\ 

A Systemwide Approach to Changing Attitudes Towards the Acceptability of Bullying or Harassment in Schools and Reducing Its Prevalence COOSJE GRIFFITHS

PIKAS METHOD

bullying survey 2

SCHOOL BROCHURE

CREATING VIOLENCE FREE SCHOOLS

WORKSHEETS

ANTI-BULLYING POLICY

FEEDBACK FROM GROUPS / STRATEGIES

BULLYING LINKS

COOL/WEAK/AGGRO Handout for Parents/ Teachers

Serious bullying in schools Date: 12-12-1998; Publication: The Southland Times (New Zealand); Author:

Bully Proofing Your School: Creating a Positive Climate Date: 03-01-1997; Publication: Intervention in School & Clinic; Author: Camilla Short-Camilli

Posters add to no-bullying message at school Date: 04-05-2000; Publication: The Press (Canterbury, New Zealand); Author: HOBY Katherine

Analysis: Results from study on bullying Host: BOB EDWARDS Time: 10:00-11:00 AM

TEASING Date: 12-05-1998; Publication: Weekend All Things Considered (NPR); Author: Jacki Lyden, Washington, D.C.

CREATING SAFE, DISCIPLINED, AND DRUG-FREE SCHOOLS Date: 10-15-1998; Publication: Regulatory Intelligence Data; Author: INDSTRY GROUP 91

Big. Bad. Bully. (includes related article on dealing with bullies)(Cover Story) Date: 09-19-1995; Publication: Psychology Today; Author: Marano, Hara Estroff