Examining the Effects of Changing Students' Attitudes and School Ecology on Bullying Behavior

Examining the Effects of Changing Students' Attitudes and School Ecology on Bullying Behavior

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The current focus in bullying intervention programs has shifted from the traditional attention to bullies or victims of aggression in isolation, and instead focused on systemically targeting the ecology in which the behavior occurs. This study sought to determine if a six session classroom intervention coupled with a teacher education program was sufficient to alter the attitudes and behaviors related to overt aggression of fourth grade students. The treatment manual for this intervention was developed following a review of the literature on ecological intervention for overt and social/relational aggression.Part I-Session 2: Consequences of Bullying Fourth grade students who witness the incident: o Sad o Scared o Mad o Upset o Worried that it would be them next o Anxious o Unsafe o Unsure how to react if your friend is involved o Frustrated Then convene back into a large group and discuss everyonea#39;s responses. While doing this create a master Ven diagram that combines the different groupsa#39; ideas.


Title:Examining the Effects of Changing Students' Attitudes and School Ecology on Bullying Behavior
Author: Daniel Hoard
Publisher:ProQuest - 2007
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