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Managing violence in schools [electronic resource] : a whole-school approach to best practice / Helen Cowie and Dawn Jennifer.

By: Cowie, Helen.
Contributor(s): Jennifer, Dawn.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London ; Thousand Oaks, CA : PCP, 2007Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 144 p.) : ill., charts.ISBN: 9781848607453 (electronic bk.); 1848607458 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): School violence -- Prevention | Self-help groups | Youth -- Social networks | Violence dans les �ecoles -- Pr�evention | Groupes d'entraide | Jeunesse -- R�eseaux sociaux | EDUCATION -- Organizations & Institutions | EDUCATION -- Administration -- General | Gewalt | Pr�avention | SchuleGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Managing violence in schools.DDC classification: 371.58 Other classification: 5,3 | DO 8000 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover; Contents; List of Tables, Boxes and Case studies; List of Activities, Activity Handouts and Figures; Acknowledgements; 1 Introduction; 2 Understanding school violence; 3 Working with the whole-school community; 4 Preparing for change; 5 Conducting a needs analysis; 6 Children helping children through peer support; 7 Emotional literacy in schools; 8 Restorative practice; 9 The Support Group Method; 10 Whole-school community checklist: promoting a safe school environment; References; Index;
Summary: The exposure of children to violence at school is a major concern for educators everywhere and a frequent topic of discussion in the media. This timely text, written by experts in research, practice and training in the field, proposes a whole school approach to reduce the impact of violence on children's development, underpinned by recent research findings. The authors take into account: - the personal characteristics of perpetrators, victims, bystanders - the ethos of the school - the quality of the learning environment of the school - the links between the school and the community. The WSA c.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 137-141) and index.

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Cover; Contents; List of Tables, Boxes and Case studies; List of Activities, Activity Handouts and Figures; Acknowledgements; 1 Introduction; 2 Understanding school violence; 3 Working with the whole-school community; 4 Preparing for change; 5 Conducting a needs analysis; 6 Children helping children through peer support; 7 Emotional literacy in schools; 8 Restorative practice; 9 The Support Group Method; 10 Whole-school community checklist: promoting a safe school environment; References; Index;

The exposure of children to violence at school is a major concern for educators everywhere and a frequent topic of discussion in the media. This timely text, written by experts in research, practice and training in the field, proposes a whole school approach to reduce the impact of violence on children's development, underpinned by recent research findings. The authors take into account: - the personal characteristics of perpetrators, victims, bystanders - the ethos of the school - the quality of the learning environment of the school - the links between the school and the community. The WSA c.

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