The Anti-bullying and Teasing Book for Preschool Classrooms

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Gryphon House, Inc., 2005 - Education - 126 pages
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Teasing and bullying can affect a child's learning, physical health, and emotional well-being. The Anti-Bullying and Teasing Book uses activities, the classroom environment, and family involvement to develop empathy in children and create a climate of mutual respect in the classroom. With over 40 activities that focus on controlling teasing and bullying by cultivating friendship, community, and positive feelings, teachers of young children can address harmful behavior before it develops. The Anti-Bullying and Teasing Book helps teachers create an environment in which all children feel safe, comfortable, and welcome.

 

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Contents

Introduction
9
How to Use This Guide
17
The Classroom Environment
23
Outdoor Play
29
Feelings Theme Letter
35
Teasing and Bullying Theme
87
Annotated Bibliography
111
Index
123
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Barbara Sprung is Co-Director of the Educational Equity Center at the Academy for Educational Development. Prior to that, from 1982-2004, she was Co-Founder and Co-Director of Educational Equity Concepts. She resides in New York, NY Merle Froschl is Co-Director of the Educational Equity Center at the Academy for Educational Development (AED). Prior to joining AED, from 1982-2004, she was Co-Founder and Co-Director of Educational Equity Concepts, where she developed innovative programs and materials to promote bias-free learning. She resides in New York, NY. Blythe Hinitz is Coordinator of Early Childhood Education and a Full Professor at the College of New Jersey. She resides in Bethlehem, PA

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