Working With Parents of Bullies and Victims.

The author explores common concerns about bullying, provides sample dialogues with parents of bullies and victims, and presents an eight-point plan for communicating with parents.

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Main Author: Roberts, Walter B., Jr
Format: eBook
Published: Thousand Oaks : SAGE Publications, 2007.
Online Access:Click for online access


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505 0 |a Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- About the Author -- Chapter 1 -- Every Parent's Nightmare-and Yours, Too! -- Who will Benefit from this Book? -- The High Cost of Ignoring the Problem -- How Educators have Overlooked Parents as Partners -- How to Use this Book with Parents -- Chapter 2 -- What Bullying and Teasing do to Everyone-Kids, Adults, and Communities -- Death Comes to Lake Wobegon -- When Intervention Stops Tragedy -- The Pain That Resonates to the Bone -- How Everyone Loses When Bullying Occurs -- Chapter 3 -- Why Parents Complain about Schools' Responses to Bullying -- Parents' Attitudes toward Public Schools: The Statistics -- About Those "They didn't do Anything" Claims -- Documenting the Facts on School Interventions -- Chapter 4 -- How to Talk with Parents Whose Children are Bullied -- Parents of Bullied Children: The Two Camps -- Working with the Actively Involved Parent -- Working with the Less Actively Involved Parent -- The "Inverted Curve" and Tension Cycle -- Chapter 5 -- How to Work with Parents Whose Children Bully Others -- Some Things to Keep in Mind about the Families of Aggressive Children -- Television's Impact on Children and Bullying -- Kissing a Plan Increases the Chances of Success for Everyone -- Chapter 6 -- The Parent Who Refuses to Cooperate -- Subverting the Dominant Paradigm -- Conflict Resolution with Parents Who Refuse to Cooperate -- Eleven Global Approaches toward Conflict Resolution -- Chapter 7 -- Types of Difficult Parents -- The Parent Bully -- The Silent Treatment -- The Staller -- The Negative -- The Complainer -- Know-it-alls -- Angels -- What about Mediation and Negotiation? -- Chapter 8 -- Helping Parents Talk at Home with Their Children about Misbehaviors -- Helping Parents Understand Punishment, Accountability, and Restitution -- Restorative Justice. 
505 8 |a Helping Parents Help Their Child Think about Righting a Wrong -- What Happens after that First Step? -- Chapter 9 -- Seven Talking Points for Helping Parents Talk to Children about Being Bullied -- Talking Point 1: Help Parents Understand the Importance of Listening to Their Child's Concerns about Bullying and Teasing -- Talking Point 2: Asking the Right Questions will Likely Increase Parent-Child Communication -- Talking Point 3: Parents want to Obtain as many Details as Possible in an Understanding Fashion -- Talking Point 4: Parents Need to Assure Their Children That They will Work with Them to Find a Solution to the Problem -- Talking Point 5: Parents should ask the Child's Opinions and Concerns about Discussing the Situation with School Personnel -- Talking Point 6: Encourage the Child not to Respond to Provocation with Violence -- Talking Point 7: Parents should Encourage Their Child to ask Those in a Supervisory Capacity for Assistance -- Chapter 10 -- Fair Expectations of Parents and Educators in Solving the Problem of Bullying -- Fair Expectation 1: Not all Bullying behaviors can be Stopped or Prevented -- Fair Expectation 2: Once Bullying has been Reported, the Parent has the Right to Expect the Supervisory Authority to Indicate Concern -- Fair Expectation 3: Parents Expect the Supervisory Authority to Investigate the Concern -- Fair Expectation 4: Appropriate Intervention will Take Place If the Concerns are Validated -- Fair Expectation 5: The Supervisory Authority will Communicate with Parents as to the Outcome of the Intervention -- Fair Expectation 6: Never Forget Fair Expectation 1-Not all Bullying behaviors can be Stopped or Prevented -- Chapter 11 -- The Courage to Act -- References -- Index. 
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650 0 |a School violence  |x Prevention. 
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