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JUVENILE PICTURE BOOKS

JPB Bottner

Bottner, Barbara. BOOTSIE BARKER BITES

Bootsie Barker only wants to play games in which she bites, until one day her friend comes up with a better game. c1992.

 

JPB Browne

Browne, Anthony. WILLY THE WIMP

A young chimpanzee, tired of being bullied by the suburban gorilla gang, decides to build up his muscles so he won't be a wimp anymore. c1984.

 

JPB Caple

Caple, Kathy. THE WIMP.

Arnold the pig and his sister Rose give two bullying classmates a taste of their own medicine when Arnold decides he doesn't have to be a wimp anymore. c1994.

 

JPB Hayes

Hayes, Geoffrey. PATRICK THE BIG BULLY

When Patrick meets a bully on the way to the store, pretending to be a dragon helps him deal with the situation . c2001

 

JPB Isenberg

Isenberg, Barbara. ALBERT THE RUNNING BEAR GETS THE JITTERS

Albert the Running Bear is challenged to a race by a new bully bear at the zoo and has to deal with all sorts of stress symptoms. Includes relaxation techniques. c1987.

 

JPB Kajikawa

Kajikawa, Kimiko. YOSHI'S FEAST

When Yoshi's neighbor, Sabu, the eel broiler, attempts to charge

him for the delicious smelling aromas he has been enjoying, Yoshi hatches a plan to enrich them both. c2000.

 

JPB Lester

Lester, Helen. HOOWAY FOR WODNEY WAT

All his classmates make fun of Rodney because he can't pronounce his name, but it is Rodney's speech impediment that drives away the class bully. c1999.

 

JPB Mayer

Mayer, Mercer. JUST A DAYDREAM

Little Critter daydreams about what he would do to the local bully if he were Super Critter. c1989.

 

JPB McCain

McCain, Becky R. NOBODY KNEW WHAT TO DO: A STORY ABOUT BULLYING

When bullies pick on a boy at school, a classmate is afraid, but decides that he must do something. 2001.

 

JPB O'Neill

O'Neill, Alexis.  THE RECESS QUEEN.

Mean Jean is the biggest bully on the school playground until a new girl arrives and challenges Jean's status as the Recess Queen. c2002.

 

JPB Passen

Passen, Lisa. FAT, FAT ROSE MARIE

A little girl must stand up to the class bully who keeps picking on her overweight friend. c1991.

 

JPB Roche

Roche, Denis.  MIM, GYM AND JUNE

When the second grade starts to take gym class with the third graders, Mim finds herself intimidated by the larger June. C2003.

 

 


 

JUVENILE & YOUNG PEOPLE NONFICTION

 

J 302.34 D659yo

Dolan, Edward F. YOUTH GANGS.

A description of youth gangs in the United States and the problems they create, including crime and violence. c1984.

 

YP 302.34 J67wh

Johnson, Julie. WHY DO PEOPLE JOIN GANGS?

Packed with clear, no-nonsense information, this book will help readers learn about the danger of gangs. Issues such as particxipating in violent and illegal activities, becoming addicted to drugs, doing prison time and ultimately, losing one's future or life are presented with stunning directness.c2001.

 

YP  303.69   C338co

Casey, Carolyn.  CONFLICT RESOLUTION: THE WIN-WIN SITUATION.

Short book that covers the following topics: Finding solutions without giving up or giving in -- Teenagers have a steady diet of conflict -- Conflict resolution -- Being powerful without fighting -- Fight or flight? finding a middle ground -- Roadblocks to success -- Using conflict resolution skills in the community. c2001.

 

YP 303.69 W245co

Wandberg, Robert. CONFLICT RESOLUTION : COMMUNICATION, COOPERATION, COMPROMISE.

Defines s conflict, some of its effects, and how teens can deal with conflict, including violence, rape, and murder. Includes self-assessments to help teens judge how well they deal with conflict. c2001.

 

YP  303.69  W245pe

Wandberg, Robert.  PEER MEDIATION AGREEING ON SOLUTIONS. c2002.

 

YP 305.235 E79st

Estepa, Andrea. Editor. STARTING WITH "I" : PERSONAL ESSAYS BY TEENAGERS. Essays by teenagers about diverse issues, from racism, violence, and teen parenting to shopping for clothes and listening to music. c1997

 

YP 306.73 W585ev

hite, Katherine. EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT RELATIONSHIP VIOLENCE. CONTENTS The truth about dating violence -- The increase in dating violence -- What is a healthy relationship? -- Moving on. c2001.

 

YP 362.76 C536

Siegel, Mark A. Editor. CHILD ABUSE: FEAR IN THE HOME. Information Plus Series c1994.

 

YP 362.88 H631da

Hicks, John. DATING VIOLENCE: TRUE STORIES OF HURT AND HOPE. Interviews with abusers and victims form the basis of this discussion of the characteristics and dangers of unhealthy relationships, the importance of honest communication, and cooperative ways of resolving conflict. c1996.

 

YP 364.36 T773wo

Trapani, Margi. WORKING TOGETHER AGAINST GANG VIOLENCE. Informs young adults how to be activists in the struggle against gang violence. c1996.

 

J  398.2  M329cl

Martin, Francesca.  CLEVER TORTOISE: A TRADITIONAL AFRICAN TALE.

Clever Tortoise leads the other jungle animals in teaching bullying Elephant and Hippopotamus a lesson by tricking them into engaging in a tug of war with each other. c2000.

 

 


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JUVENILE & YOUNG PEOPLE FICTION

 

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Brimner, Larry Dane. CORY COLEMAN, GRADE 2.

Seven-year-old Cory Coleman's birthday party is ruined by the class bully, who turns out not to be such a bully in the end. 1991, c1990.

 

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Clements, Andrew. JAKE DRAKE BULLY BUSTER. 

It is up to Jake Drake to take matters into his own hands when Link Baxter, SuperBully moves into the neighborhood. c2001.

 

J H148st

Hahn, Mary Downing. STEPPING ON THE CRACKS.

In 1944, while her brother is overseas fighting in World War II, eleven-year-old Margaret gets a new view of the school bully Gordy when she finds him hiding his own brother, an army deserter, and decides to help him. c1991.

 

J H856pi

Howe, James. PINKY AND REX AND THE BULLY.

Pinky learns the importance of identity as he defends his favorite color, pink, and his friendship with a girl, Rex, from the neighborhood bully. c1996.

 

YP  L343si

Laser, Michael.  6-321.

Sixth grade in a public school in Queens brings many changes into the life of Marc Chaikin, as he falls in love, deals with class bullies, overcomes his fear of school, and faces his parents' divorce. c2001.

 

YP  W678re

Wilhelm, Doug.  THE REVEALERS.

Tired of being bullied and picked on, three seventh-grade outcasts join forces and, using scientific methods and the power of the Internet, begin to create a new atmosphere at Parkland Middle School. c2003.

 

 


 

PROFESSIONAL RESOURCES

 

P.R. 152.47 K29in

Kellner, Millicent H. IN CONTROL: A SKILL-BUILDING PROGRAM FOR TEACHING YOUNG ADOLESCENTS TO MANAGE ANGER.

Focuses on a child's relationship to his or her feelings, and the program is geared toward helping children take an essential step in the development of interpersonal skills and relationships with others. c2001.

 

P.R. 155.5 K18ac

Karp, Cheryl L. ACTIVITY MANUAL FOR ADOLESCENTS

Interpersonal violence. The practice series; v. 19. c1998.

 

P.R. 158.3 W328he

Waterman, Jill. HELPING AT-RISK STUDENTS: A GROUP COUNSELING APPROACH FOR GRADES 6-9

Designed for implementation in the span of a school semester, this curriculum has been shown to foster competence in areas crucial to successful development, including problem solving, violence prevention, and interpersonal skill building. c2001.

 

P.R.  302.12  I73

Torr, James D., editor.  IS MEDIA VIOLENCE A PROBLEM?

Media violence harms children / American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry -- Research on the effects of media violence on children is inconclusive / Maggie Cutler -- Violence on television is a serious problem / James T. Hamilton -- Violence on television news programs is a serious problem / Rita Colorito -- The problem of television violence is exaggerated / Jib Fowles -- Violence in the movies is a serious problem / Robert W. Butler -- Violence in video games is a serious problem / Eugene F. Provenzo Jr. -- The problem of video game violence is exaggerated / Greg Costikyan -- The glamorization of guns in rap music is a serious problem / Jay Nordlinger -- The problem of violent themes in popular music is exaggerated / Hillary B. Rosen -- Media violence makes people more violent / Gregg Easterbrook -- The entertainment industry markets violent media to children / Charlie Condon -- The problem of media violence is not serious enough to justify censorship / Wendy Kaminer. c2002.

 

P.R. 303.6 A792se

Artz, Sibylle. SEX, POWER, & THE VIOLENT SCHOOL GIRL. c1999.

 

P.R. 303.6 P944

Hampton, Robert L. editor. PREVENTING VIOLENCE IN AMERICA. c1996.

 

P.R. 303.6 S553vi

Sherrow, Victoria. VIOLENCE AND THE MEDIA: THE QUESTION OF CAUSE AND EFFECT. c1996.

 

P.R.  303.6   V795

Grapes, Bryan J. editor. VIOLENT CHILDREN. c2000.

 

P.R.  303.66  C974

Monseau, Virginia, R. editor. A CURRICULUM OF PEACE: SELECTED ESSAYS FROM ENGLISH JOURNAL. c2004.

 

P.R. 303.69 H251ge

Hanson, Katherine. GENDERED VIOLENCE: EXAMINING EDUCATION'S ROLE.c1995.

 

P.R. 303.69 K62ma

Kivel, Paul. MAKING THE PEACE: A 15-SESSION VIOLENCE PREVENTION CURRICULUM FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

Comprehensive approach that helps young people deal with the deeper, more sensitive issues around violence in a caring, safe, and respectful manner. c1997.

 

P.R. 303.69 K92co

Kreidler, William J. CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN THE MIDDLE SCHOOL: A CURRICULUM AND TEACHING GUIDE. c1994.

 

P.R. 303.69 L665te

Levin, Diane E. TEACHING YOUNG CHILDREN IN VIOLENT TIMES: BUILDING A PEACEABLE CLASSROOM. c1994.

 

P.R. 303.69 R287

READY-TO-USE VIOLENCE PREVENTION SKILLS LESSONS & ACTIVITIES FOR SECONDARY STUDENTS

A ready-to-use curriculum based on real-life situations to help build students' character, prepare tem to recognize situations that could become violent, and teach them the skills they need to deal with such conflicts in a non-violent and peaceful manner. c1998.

 

P.R.  303.69  R643sa

Roberts, Anita.  SAFE TEEN: POWERFUL ALTERNATIVES TO VIOLENCE. c2001.

 

P.R. 305.3 G325

Boland, Pat. Editor. GENDER STEREOTYPES: THE LINKS TO VIOLENCE. WEEA Publishing Center, Education Development Center, c1995.

 

P.R. 363.32 T136

TAKING A STAND, AGAINST VIOLENCE, DRUGS, AND OTHER CRIME. Washington, D.C.: National Crime Prevention Council, c1993. 

Users' & resource guide -- Communities working together Caring for where you live and work -- Taking a stand against drugs --Taking a stand against violence -- Neighborhood watch mini-kit. c1993.

 

P.R. 364.1532 V889

Bode, Janet. VOICES OF RAPE

Uses first-person accounts of both rape victims and offenders to depict the physical, psychological, and legal aspects of rape and gives advice on what can be done in various situations. c1998.

 

P.R. 371.102 M886fa

Morse, Philip S. FACE TO FACE: COMMUNICATION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN THE SCHOOLS.c1996.

 

P.R. 371.1024 B367bu

Beane, Allan L. THE BULLY FREE CLASSROOM: OVER 100 TIPS AND STRATEGIES FOR TEACHERS K-8

More than100 prevention and intervention strategies you can start using immediately. Most require little or advance preparation and few or no special materials. c1999.

 

P.R. 371.1024 B667cr

Bodine, Richard J. CREATING THE PEACEABLE SCHOOL: A COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM FOR TEACHING CONFLICT RESOLUTION : PROGRAM GUIDE

This guide presents a theoretical overview of the principles associated with conflict resolution and includes detailed instructions for conducting activities to help students master the skills and knowledge needed to apply these ideas. c1994.

 

P.R. 371.1024 P615wh

Pierangelo, Roger. WHY YOUR STUDENTS DO WHAT THEY DO AND WHAT TO DO WHEN THEY DO IT: A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR UNDERSTANDING CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR. Grades K-5. 

Offers insight into the inner dynamics, conflicts, fears, symptoms, and tensions of students who may be experiencing difficulty learning or behaving in the classroom. Pages 48-49 deals with bullying. c2000.

 

P.R. 371.5 B573ma

Bey, Theresa M. MAKING SCHOOL A PLACE OF PEACE

Contains valuable tips to incorporate lessons about peace into the curriculum, such as using examples from children's literature. c1996.

 

P.R. 371.5 B938

Elliott, Michele. Editor. BULLYING : A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO COPING FOR SCHOOLS

Designed to provide solutions to prevent bullying and resolve difficult situations. c1997.

 

P.R. 371.5 K86ma

Kosmoski, Georgia J. MANAGING CONVERSATIONS WITH HOSTILE ADULTS: STRATEGIES FOR TEACHERS

A comprehensive resource drawing on the actual experience of more than 250 practicing teachers to bring you advice and insight you need. c2001.

 

P.R. 371.5 L296wa

Lantieri, Linda. WAGING PEACE IN OUR SCHOOLS

Provides school administrators, teachers, and policy makers with valuable information as they work to create safe school environments where children succeed. c1996.

 

P.R.  371.58  B938

Elliott, Michele, editor. BULLYING: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO COPING FOR SCHOOLS. c2002.

 

P.R.  371.58  B938  2004

Sanders, Cheryl E., editor. BULLYING: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CLASSROOM. c2004.

 

P.R. 371.58 G517co

Girard, Kathryn L. CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN THE SCHOOLS: A MANUAL FOR EDUCATORS. CONTENTS 

The nature of conflict -- The concepts and skills of conflict resolution -- Alternative dispute resolution processes -- c1996.

 

P.R. 371.58 J66re

Johnson, David W. REDUCING SCHOOL VIOLENCE THROUGH CONFLICT RESOLUTION

Offers an approach that involves interrelated programs for preventing violence and helping students learn to resolve conflicts constructively. Discuses how schools can create a cooperative learning environment where students learn how to negotiate and medicate peer conflicts and teachers use academic controversies to enhance learning.c1995.

 

P.R.  371.58  M158bu

Macklem, Gayle L. BULLYING AND TEASING: SOCIAL POWER IN CHILDREN'S GROUPS. c2003.

 

P.R. 371.58 N552bu

Newman, Dawn A. BULLY BUSTERS: A TEACHER'S MANUAL FOR HELPING BULLIES, VICTIMS AND BY STANDERS

The approach outlined in this book emphasizes teachers' efforts toward both control and prevention of bullying behavior. c2000.

 

P.R. 371.58 P451re

Perlstein, Ruth. READY-TO-USE CONFLICT RESOLUTION ACTIVITIES FOR SECONDARY STUDENTS

Strategies for dealing with conflict in real-life situations plus guidelines for creating a peer mediation program. c1996.

 

P.R. 371.58 R567st

Rigby, Ken. STOP THE BULLYING: A HANDBOOK FOR TEACHERS

This practical and research-based book helps teachers appreciate the actions they can take to stop bullying. There are also reproducible activities that help students recognize and effectively deal with a variety of issues related to bullying.sc2001.

 

P.R. 371.58 S942bu

Suckling, Amelia. BULLYING: A WHOLE SCHOOL APPROACH. 

Combining theory with hands-on activities, this is a practical ant-bullying resource which emphasizes the need for whole-school approach to the problem of bullying. c2001.

 

P.R.  371.58  S949bu

Sullivan, Keith.  BULLYING IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS: WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE AND HOW TO MANAGE IT. c2004.

 

P.R. 371.58 T314re

Teolis, Beth. READY-TO-USE CONFLICT-RESOLUTION ACTIVITIES FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS.

Step-by-step lessons and illustrated activities that give K-6 students the tools and empathy they need to solve conflicts peacefully and feel like winners. c1998.

 

P.R. 371.58 W179an

Walker, Hill M. ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN SCHOOL: STRATEGIES AND BEST PRACTICES. Designed to enhance educator's understanding of the nature, origins, and causes of antisocial behavior, this book offers interventions, and model programs that can be used in preventing or remediating this growing problem. c1995.

 

P.R. 371.71 P133fo

Page, Randy M. FOSTERING EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING IN THE CLASSROOM

Enhancing self-esteem : curbing the epidemic of inferiority --Creating an emotionally healthy classroom -- Fostering skills for emotional well-being -- Dealing with stress --Understanding eating and weight problems -- Dealing with Dealing with violence -- Dealing with depression and suicidal behavior -- Dealing with death and dying. c1993.

 

P.R. 371.713 P133fo

Page, Randy M. FOSTERING EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING IN THE CLASSROOM

Resources also addresses early warning signs of aggressive rage or violent behavior toward self of others, schools security measures, and safe and violence-free school environments. c2000.

 

P.R. 371.78 B667ha

Bodine, Richard J. THE HANDBOOK OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION EDUCATION: A GUIDE TO BUILDING QUALITY PROGRAMS IN SCHOOLS

Based on principles of problems themselves by identifying underlying needs and finding solutions that meet everyone's interests to the fullest extent possible. c1998.

 

P.R. 371.78 C141le

Calabrese, Raymond L. LEADERSHIP FOR SAFE SCHOOLS: A COMMUNITY-BASED APPROACH. c2000.

 

P.R.  371.78  H588pu

Hester, Joseph P. PUBLIC SCHOOL SAFETY: A HANDBOOK, WITH A RESOURCE GUIDE. c2003.

 

P.R. 371.78 J79ef

Jones, Tony L. EFFECTIVE RESPONSE TO SCHOOL VIOLENCE: A GUIDE FOR EDUCATORS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL

This guide is designed to meet the security response needs of both educators and law enforcement personnel by detailing how an effective response plan can be developed to deal with the issue of school violence. c2001.

 

P.R. 371.78 M594 1994

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. THE METROPOLITAN LIFE SURVEY OF THE AMERICAN TEACHER 1994: VIOLENCE IN AMERICA'S PUBLIC SCHOOLS: THE FAMILY PERSPECTIVE. 

Illustrates the concerns of teachers, students and law enforcement officers across the country, about the increasing violence and fears of violence in their schools.

 

P.R. 371.78 O82se

Osier, Jan L. SETTLE CONFLICTS RIGHT NOW!: A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE FOR K-6 CLASSROOMS.

Teaches techniques in using empathy as the foundation for resolving problems without the intervention of adults. c2001.

 

P.R. 371.78 S883

Health and Administration Development Group (Aspen Publishers) STOPPING SCHOOL VIOLENCE : AN ESSENTIAL GUIDE: SPECIAL REPORT

Addresses security, the use of selected equipment and staffing options, recognizing bombs and weapons, the use of anonymous hotlines, management of those incidents we cannot prevent, as well as a ranges of topics ranging from FERPA to policies and procedures associated with safe schools planning. Also it provides pointers to online resources, grants and related funding, and professional resource organizations that work with school safety on a regular basis. c1999.

 

P.R.  371.78  W515re

Wessler, Stephen. THE RESPECTFUL SCHOOL: HOW EDUCATORS AND STUDENTS CAN CONQUER HATE AND HARASSMENT. c2003.

 

P.R. 371.782 B645ma

Blauvelt, Peter D. MAKING SCHOOLS SAFE FOR STUDENTS: CREATING A PROACTIVE SCHOOL SAFETY PLAN

National trends in school violence - Information: the key to control -Incident profiling -Categories of offenses - Board of education policies - Dealing with crimes against persons. Assault and battery.

Drugs/narcotics/alcohol. Extortion. Robbery. Sex offenses. Trespassing. Weapons -Dealing with crimes against property. Arson. Bomb threats and explosive devices. Burglary. Larceny/theft. Vandalism -Security resources -Search and seizure - Creating a S.A.F.E. team - How to set up your office - Violence in the workplace - The role of a risk manager - Elements of an emergency management plan -Emergency management checklist. c1999.

 

P.R. 371.782 Q1st

Quarles, Chester L. STAYING SAFE AT SCHOOL. c1993.

 

P.R.  371.93  J65te

Johns, Beverly H. TECHNIQUES FOR MANAGING VERBALLY AND PHYSICALLY AGGRESSIVE STUDENTS. c1995.

 

P.R.  371.93  L265sc

Lane, Kathleen L.  SCHOOL-BASED INTERVENTIONS: THE TOOLS YOU NEED TO SUCCEED. c2004.

 

P.R. 372.21 W633

Wichert, Susanne. KEEPING THE PEACE: PRACTICING COOPERATION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION WITH PRESCHOOLERS

Provides detailed and useful information about how children can be helped to develop skills that allow them to practice conflict resolution. c1989.

 

P.R. 372.78 C975vi

Curcio, Joan L. VIOLENCE IN THE SCHOOLS: HOW TO PROACTIVELY PREVENT AND DEFUSE IT.

c1993.

 

P.R. 379.73 R281 v.6

REACHING THE GOALS. Washington, DC : Office of Education Research and Improvement, U.S. Dept. of Education 1993- goal 6. Safe, disciplined and drug-free schools. One of a series of publications describing what we know from research on individual goals, as well as the limits of that knowledge.

 

P.R. 616.8583 K18tr

Karp, Cheryl L. TREATMENT STRATEGIES FOR ABUSED ADOLESCENTS : FROM VICTIM TO SURVIVOR. c1998.

 

 


MEDIA

 

AID 303.32 S441ss Gr.K

SECOND STEP: A VIOLENCE-PREVENTION CURRICULUM. [KIT] Committee for Children, c1991. 28 lessons (33 laminated sheets), 1 posters, 2 puppets, 1 teacher's guide, 1 sound cassette.

Designed to help children learn pro-social skills and reduce impulsive-aggressive behavior.

 

AID 303.32 S445 GR1-3

SECOND STEP: A VIOLENCE-PREVENTION CURRICULUM. [KIT] Committee for Children, c1989. 52 laminated pictures (43 x 28 cm.), 3 posters, 1 videocassette (17:06), 1 teacher's guide. 

Designed to help children learn pro-social skills and reduce impulsive-aggressive behavior.

 

AID 303.32 S445 GR4-5

SECOND STEP [KIT] : A VIOLENCE-PREVENTION CURRICULUM. Committee for Children, c1989. 48 laminated pictures (1 videocassette) (ca.15 min.), 1 teacher's guide Grades 4-5

Designed to help children learn pro-social skills and reduce impulsive-aggressive behavior.

 

AID 371.782 C912

CREATING SAFE SCHOOLS: A RESOURCE COLLECTION FOR PLANNING AND ACTION. [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Dept. of Education, Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program, [1995] 

Preventing chaos in times of crisis : a guide for school administrators -- Rebuilding schools as safe havens : a typology for selecting and integrating violence prevention strategies -- School bullying and victimization : NSSC resource paper -- School safety work book : what works : promising violence prevention programs -- Schools respond to gangs and violence / Joan Gaustad -- Violence & youth : psychology's response, v. 1 -- Weapons in schools : NSSC resource paper.

 

VCR 152.47 S933an

STUDENT WORKSHOP: ANGRY? 10 WAYS TO COOL OFF. [videorecording(19 min.) + 1 guide

Sunburst Communications, c1999.

Shows children ten ways to handle angry feelings without hurting themselves or others. c1999.

 

VCR 303.32 G394

GETTING TO THE HEART OF IT. [kit] Tom Snyder Productions ; 1993. 2 videocassettes (ca. 30 min. each) + 1 teacher's guide, 30 student books, 45 discussion notes, and 1 take-home guide. Cassette 1. Getting to the heart of it (Classroom version)-- Cassette 2. Getting to the heart of it (Take-home version)

 

VCR 303.32 S441fa

FACING UP. [videorecording] (20 minutes) + 1 teacher's guide. Seattle Institute for Child Advocacy. Committee for Children. c1990.

 "Emotionally abused at home, Brian acts out his anger by bullying his more vulnerable peers. Josh has become one of his regular targets. Brian's lack of impulse control is also apparent in the classroom, where his personal problems interfere with his work. Brian learns impulse control skills from a former coach who recognizes his potential and helps him gain a new perspective on his life. With the help of a carpenter friend who shares her own experiences of victimization, Josh is encouraged to face up to his problem through the use of problem-solving skills.

 

VCR 303.32 S441ss Gr.6-8

SECOND STEP: A VIOLENCE-PREVENTION CURRICULUM. [videorecording] (30 min.) + 1 teacher's guide, lessons,+ 15 overhead transparencies. Seattle Institute for Child Advocacy. Committee for Children.

"This video demonstrates the skills outlined in Unit IV, Lessons 1-5 in the Second Step violence-prevention curriculum for grades 6-8, published by Committee for Children. Please consult the Curriculum for the proper time to view each segment of the video." 

 

VCR 303.32 S445ms Lev.1, Lev., Lev 3

SECOND STEP: A VIOLENCE-PREVENTION CURRICULUM : MIDDLE SCHOOL/JUNIOR HIGH. [videorecording] Committee for Children, c1997. 4 videocassettes (ca. 30 min. each)

Designed to help children and adolescents learn social skills and reduce impulsive-aggressive behavior.

 

VCR 303.6 R434

Student workshop: resolving conflicts. [videorecording]

Sunburst Communications, c1995. (24 min.) + 1 guide 

Grades 9-12. Designed to teach students alternatives to verbal and physical fighting, through the use of conflict resolution techniques.

 

VCR 303.6 V795

VIOLENCE INSIDE/OUT. [videorecording] c1993. (62 min.) + 1 resource guide.

United Learning, c1993.

Through narration, interviews, and dramatization, this program examines the feelings inside oneself leading to and resulting from violence. Also examines violence experienced externally in the home, school, society and environment in general.

 

VCR 303.625 W555

WHAT'S GOING ON? : KIDS SPEAK OUT ON TERRORISM: A CONNECTICUT JOURNAL SPECIAL [videorecording] (58 min., 46 sec.) Connecticut Public Broadcasting. c2001. 

A live forum, aired on Saturday, November 17, 2001, that addressed the issue of terrorism from the perspective of children and young adults.

 

VCR 303.67 A466

ALTERNATIVES TO VIOLENCE. [videorecording] United Learning, c1994. 2 videocassettes (64 min., 20 sec + 1 resoure guide.

This 2 part program on conflict resolution, negotiation, and mediation helps educators teach students the concepts and skills they need to resolve conflicts productively rather than destructively. Tape 1. Conflict resolution, negotiation & mediation for students -- Tape 2. Implementing conflict resolution programs in school.

 

VCR 303.69 C748 v.1, v.2, v.3

CONFLICT CYCLE PARADIGM. [videorecording] 3 videocassettes (180 min.) KidsPeace National Centers for Kids in Crisis KidsPeace, c1998.

Dr. Nicholas J. Long presents the program, discussing the problem of how the feelings and behavior of the staff can unwittingly come to mirror student behavior, and thus imperil their own well-being as well as that of the students whom they are trying to aid. Long presents in this seminar highlights of self-fulfilling prophecy of aggressive and depressed students, while offering five specific skills for breaking The Conflict Cycle into a Coping Cycle.

 

VCR 364.2 B983ut

BUT IT'S NOT MY FAULT. [videorecording] (46 min.) Texture Films, c1985. 

In a desperate attempt to win the approval of his peers, a sixteen-year-old tries a scheme that lands him in juvenile hall where he unwittingly makes an enemy of a gang leader. This harrowing first experience with juvenile hall makes him learn some important lessons about his behavior.

 

VCR 371.5 S128 v.1

SAFE AT SCHOOL. [videorecording] (310 min.) Teacher's Video Co., [2000?] 10 videocassettes [1].Developing a crisis plan -- [2]. Reacting to rumors and threats -- [3]. Stopping teasing and harassment -- [4]. Preventing fights -- [5]. Weapons at school -- [6]. Blood, chemicals & other dangers -- [7]. Drug intervention strategies -- [8]. Getting to school safely -- [9]. Protecting teachers and staff -- [10]. Improving the school climate.

 

VCR  371.58  B938

BULLYING: YOU DON'T HAVE TO TAKE IT ANYMORE. [videorecording] (22:08) Human Relations Media. 2002.

 

VCR 371.58 C748 Pt. 4

CONFLICT RESOLUTION PART 4, STUDENT TO STUDENT HARASSMENT. [videorecording] (16 min) Pyramid Media, c2000. 

Offers two scenarios: "Crossing the Line" and "It's my School Too!". A "Thinking It Over" segment follows each vignette in which the characters rethink their roles and suggest alternatives to the conflict.

 

VCR W567

WHEN THE DUST SETTLES. [videorecording] (7 min.) National Film Board of Canada, c1997. 

Some neighboring gophers have an appetite for anger and revenge. By sundown the retaliatory rodents have all but obliterated both of their homes. Is there any way they can put the pieces together? This video explores, without words, conflict resolution.

 

 

Created by Donna Wallach,  October 2004

  

                                                                     

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