4 edition of Violence in schools found in the catalog.
Violence in schools
Includes bibliographical references (p. -184) and index
|Statement||edited by Kathy Sexton-Radek ; foreword by Robert Schleser|
|LC Classifications||LB3013.3 .V57 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 191 p. :|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||2004007228|
The suit is among the signs of rising concern about violence in schools, partly driven by mass shootings like the one in Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, in Author: Sascha Brodsky. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, 50 pages ; 24 cm. Contents: School Violence: Correlates.
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From School Library Journal. Grade 7 Up-During the past 30 years, acts of violence in schools have prompted much investigation, research, and media attention. Many aspects of the problem are explored here, including the history, possible causes, experts' observations, and suggested solutions.4/5(1).
Violence in American Schools offers a new strategy for the problem of youth violence, arguing that the most effective interventions use a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary approach. This approach takes into account differences in stages of individual development and involvement in overlapping social contexts, families, peer groups, schools, and by: During the s, teachers were certain they had some grievous complaints about students’ behavior in school.
Among these were excessive noise, littering, and gum chewing. More recently, teachers’ concerns have taken on a far Violence in schools book dire tone. Today, their focus is on the rape, robbery, and substance. Bullying and fighting, including all kinds of physical aggression, are forms of school violence, along with the use of weapons, and gang violence.
School violence may take place anywhere on school property or on the way to or from school. It may also occur at events organized by a school. Victims of school violence can suffer serious physical injury or psychological.
This book provides a foundation for creating safe and welcoming environments in schools across the nation and beyond. —Edwin R. Gerler, Jr., EdD. Professor of Counselor Education, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, and Founding Editor, Journal of School Violence.
This is the book the field so urgently : Schools are struggling with what to do. This book offers two interrelated Violence in schools book a violence prevention program and a conflict resolution program.
Examining violence in schools and society and the influences that support violence helps us understand why we need such programs.
Violence in Schools. effects of school violence, including student outcomes associated with school violence, disruption, and bullying. It then argues that a transdisciplinary, data-driven approach is needed to effectively address school violence.
In particular, prevention and intervention practices must use File Size: 69KB. Kids of the s watched sweet and funny Leave It to Beaver yet they still went to school and got into fights. Teens of the s read the innocent Sweet Valley High books. Explore our list of School violence->Teen nonfiction Books at Barnes & Noble®.
Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. In the excerpt below, the book's first chapter, Fuentes looks at the history of school violence and the way it has been imagined in the United States since the nineteenth century.
The next Friday, Danny again had a long list of offenses chalked up against him, whispering and giggling, mainly; and after school he was dragged into the outside.
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Unfortunately, kids can be violent; inoverkids were hospitalized for conflicts in school. Averted school shootings and resolved school hostage events. The Safe Schools Communities Model for violence prevention. For professionals working in and with schools in various capacities, optimizing safety is a top priority.
Violence in Schools gives those readers clear direction toward achieving this crucial goal. Violence in Schools: The Response in Europe. Violence in schools is a pervasive, highly emotive and, above all, global problem. Bullying and its negative social consequences are of perennial concern, while the media regularly highlights incidences of violent assault - and even murder - occurring within schools.
After searching far and wide, the ultimate superhero striving to end violence in school has been chosen: Cipta.
Cipta, known as Rajwa to her peers, is a year-old who can turn her drawings into real-life objects that she uses. School Violence Irvin Sam Schonfeld 9 A book on workplace violence requires a chapter on school violence.
Schools are where teachers and children work. One of the goals of the National Educational Goals Panel (), an independent agency of the executive branch of the federal government, is the following:File Size: KB. Violence in schools is a social problem with an enormous ripple effect- one act of violence can trigger numerous negative outcomes- hence, the community is expected to work as a whole in order to curb this social ill.
Books with the subject: School Violence. Up to 20 books are listed, in descending order of popularity at this site. Community Violence Cohn, J. Why did it happen. Helping young children cope with the experience of violence.
Morrow Junior Books. (Preschool-Early Elementary) Garbarino, J. Lets talk about living in a world with violence: An activity book for school age children. Chicago, IL: Erikson Institute. (Elementary level).
The statistics are appalling. Between 8% and 10% of U.S. high school students carry guns to school every day. In a typical mid-size city, 30 to 50 cases of school violence are reported daily, and half of these cases involve guns. School Violence: Assessment, Treatment, Prevention shows us the reality behind the statistics.
Its distinguished contributors include leading. Violence is, sadly, a reality on thousands of K campuses today in America. Once seen as an outpost for learning and safety, an alarming number of violent acts have been committed on grounds ranging small rural schools to large metropolitan campuses.Understanding School Violence Fact Sheet School violence is youth violence that occurs on.
school property, on the way to or from school or school-sponsored events, or during a school-sponsored event. A young person can be a victim, a perpetrator, or a witness of school violence. School.The American Academy of Pediatrics has found that exposure to violence in media, including in books, can impact kids by making them act aggressively and desensitizing them to violence.
[ 17 ] Kim Heinecke, a mother of four, wrote to her local Superintendent of Public Schools that "It is not a matter of 'sheltering' kids.