Children and Bullying: How Parents and Educators Can Reduce Bullying at School
2. The Cares of Parents.
3. The Nature of Bullying.
4. The Research into Bullying in Schools.
5. Your Children at School.
6. On Telling.
8. Parenting and Healthy Child Development.
9. Parents as Life Educators.
10. Parents Helping Children with Bullying Problems.
11. What Good Schools are Doing about Bullying.
12. Some Questions and Answers.
?A well-written, well-structured book. Rigby designed this book as a resource and includes a variety of quick reference tools? ?Not only would parents who are facing this issue with their own children benefit from this book but also all parents would be well served to understand the dynamics of the issue, as it is likely that their children will eventually be at least bystanders, if not victims or bullies, themselves.? (The Family Journal)
"Children and Bullying is first and foremost an accessible book ? an easy one to read. It covers all the ground that one would expect in a book on bullying." (Educational Psychology, November 2008)
- A vital resource in the quest to create safe learning environments
- Offers a collaborative approach to the school-based bullying problem
- Emphasizes the crucial role student bystanders can play in countering bullying, and how to promote positive bystander behaviours
- Examines contentious research, such as the role genetics or parenting in early childhood may play in creating bullies and victims
- Detailed appendices provide practical resource links for parents and professional educators
- Answers to FAQs by parents in the final chapter are often controversial but intended to stimulate thought