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|Named Person:||Ḥanān ʻAshrāwī; Ḥanān ʻAshrāwī|
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|Notes:||Spine title: A voice of reason.
Spine title: Hanan Ashrawi and peace in the middle east.
|Description:||xxiv, 310 pages,  pages of plates|
|Contents:||PART ONE: INTRODUCTION What We Know About Bullying in Secondary Schools Adolescence: 'It was the Best of Times; It was the Worst of Times' The Social Climate of the Secondary School PART TWO: WHY 'BAD' THINGS HAPPEN TO 'GOOD' SCHOOLS Let's Be Honest about What Schools Do How Teachers Contribute to a Bullying Culture Parents, the Other Victims PART THREE: MAKING THE WHOLE SCHOOL SAFE Developing a Whole School Approach The Power of the Bystanders Authoritative Teaching Practice PART FOUR: THE SAFE SCHOOL IN ACTION What to Do When Bullying Happens Using the Curriculum to Understand and Deal With Bullying: 'In the Cafeteria' Harnessing Student Leadership Experiential Learning through Social Theatre Supporting Students Through Peer Mentoring Changing the Social Dynamic: The No Blame Approach|
|Other Titles:||Voice of reason
Hanan Ashrawi and peace in the middle east
Demonstrating how empowering bystanders, and enlisting effective teacher support, combined with suggestions based on student-centered responses, and a profile of negative as well as positive