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The bullying problem : how to deal with difficult children

Author: Alan Train
Publisher: London : Souvenir Press, 2008.
Series: Human horizons series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Over 50% of children have been bullied while 70% admit to having been a bully yet many parents are reluctant to admit that it affects their child, and they often have no idea how to approach the problem. Based on the premise that bullies can be any child, not a minority of children with behavioural problems, Alan Train's solutions educate children why it is unacceptable"--Back cover.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alan Train
ISBN: 9780285638297 0285638297
OCLC Number: 263806571
Description: 195 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Developing an approach: Being concerned --
Thinking objectively --
Looking for reasons --
You and your child --
Everyone's needs --
Tackling the problem: Managing the bully --
Managing the victim --
Dealing with bulling in the classroom --
What parents can do --
What schools can do: an anti-bulling policy --
Cyberbullying --
Sources of information and help.
Series Title: Human horizons series.
Responsibility: Alan Train.

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"Over 50% of children have been bullied while 70% admit to having been a bully yet many parents are reluctant to admit that it affects their child, and they often have no idea how to approach the problem. Based on the premise that bullies can be any child, not a minority of children with behavioural problems, Alan Train's solutions educate children why it is unacceptable"--Back cover.

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