National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning
A Resource Guide for Planning and Operating Afterschool Programs

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This resource addresses the topic: Programming.

Creating a Bully-Free Classroom: An Effective Framework With Strategies and Activities That Build a Safe Classroom Community Where All Children Thrive (New)
Carol S. McMullen
Almost all children are bullied at some point, and teachers often witness it going on but do not know how to prevent it or solve it. This book provides ideas and strategies, which are based on research, designed to promote problem-solving skills and skills for relating successfully with others. The activities can easily be implemented in any classroom. Integrating these activities into the school day helps students become more aware of the issues of bullying and how to deal with them appropriately. Using the ideas in this book, the teacher will move from the role of problem-solver to the role of facilitator. Watch as students learn to solve conflicts independently and take part in their own action plans for bullying. (112 pages)
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