Solving Violence Problems in Your School

Solving Violence Problems In Your School

Author: Carole Remboldt

Publisher: Hazelden Publishing

ISBN: 1562460951

Category: Education

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Solving Violence Problems In Your School
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Preventing Violence

The Problem-solving Way Myrna B. Shure. use , violent behavior , unsafe sex ,
and other problems that will confront them in middle school , junior high school ,
high school , and beyond . set of interactive exercises with pictures children can ...

Author: Myrna B. Shure

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ISBN: IND:30000050375843

Category: Children and violence

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Annual Report on School Safety

the violence problem, empathy, anger management, problem solving, and
applying skills to everyday situations. ... The School Safety Program for high
schools, is a demonstrated model for identifying violence problems and devising
effective ...

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ISBN: MINN:30000005709088

Category: School discipline

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The nature extent and cost of violence and vandalism in our nation s schools

To what extent have you found each of them a problem in your school during the
past year? ... outmoded discipline practices, racial hostility, and increased use of
violence in the society and in the world as a means of solving problems.

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency

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ISBN: PURD:32754061627281

Category: School discipline

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Violence in American Schools

Curriculum for crisis : Why your children ' s school should have an emergency
plan . U . S . News and World Report , 125 , 76 ... Solving violence problems in
your school : Why a systematic approach is necessary . Minneapolis , MN :
Johnson ...

Author: Daya Singh Sandhu

Publisher: Amer Counseling Assn

ISBN: UOM:39015054441061

Category: Education

Page: 409

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The number of students victimized by violent crimes rose by nearly 25% between 1989-1995. Screening, along with good clinical judgment by counselors, should be the source for identifying children and adolescents at risk. This book is designed as a guidebook to help counselors develop skills in learning about the etiology of violence, identifying individuals at risk, preventing violent episodes when possible, and treating the effects of violence in the survivors. It is divided into six sections, grouped by chapters on similar themes. Section 1, "Defining the Problem," defines the problem from a statistical perspective by describing the nature and extent of violence in schools; discusses psychological and cultural characteristics of violent students; and describes school violence from socioecological perspectives. Section 2, "The Etiology of Violence in Youths," addresses the source of youth violence. Section 3, "School Violence Prevention Strategies," is comprised of nine chapters, and highlights prevention programs that are in place and working. Section 4, "Violence in Special Populations," discusses adolescent suicide; violence against gay, lesbian, and transgender youths; and hate crimes and counselors' role in prevention them. Section 5, "Violence Intervention Strategies: Individual, Family, School, and Counselor Training Programs," addresses the issues and concerns on what to do when violence has already occurred. Section 6, "Summary and Implications for Practice," summarizes how counselors can use this book to learn how to recognize violence-precipitating environments; screen for children at risk for violence; remediate those who have a high violence potential; and work with parents to ensure a consistent response to the problem. (Contains 6 figures, 11 tables, 2 appendixes, and 865 references.) (JDM)
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Crime and Violence in the Schools

But let ' s start solving that problem by being clear about the extent of what ' s
wrong . Our public schools today are not " blackboard jungles , ' ' as recent
reports from the Reagan Administration seem to imply . Our schools are not sets
for ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Juvenile Justice

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000020629328

Category: Government publications

Page: 255

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A Peaceable School

Solving Violence Problems in Your School . Minneapolis : Johnson Institute ,
1994 . Williams , Sheriff R . M . , “ On Patrol with Deputy Perkins , School Liaison
Officer . ” Sheriff Times 1 ( Summer 1996 ) : 2 . Chapter Seven Building a
Nonviolent ...

Author: Vicky Schreiber Dill

Publisher: Phi Delta Kappa International Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015047859478

Category: Children and violence

Page: 107

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Grade level: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 10, 11, 12, p, e, i, s, t.
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The Virginia Journal

Collaborating With Your School Social Worker By Kristen Nolen , Student ,
Department of Social Work , James Madison ... They are knowledgeable such as
child abuse , violence and learning other events for the students . about health
and social services issues that ... a team plinary approach between health
educators , Constable , R . , McDonald , S . , & Flynn , J . work problem - solving
perspective .

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ISBN: UVA:X006162816

Category: Health education

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Violence Values and Justice in the Schools

It is always helpful to write down the procedures . Sixth : Assess the Solution ' s
Success . Teachers will know how effective the solution is within a short time .
Has the problem disappeared ? Are all parties still satisfied with the solution ?

Author: Rodger W. Bybee

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon

ISBN: UOM:39015005206969

Category: Education

Page: 254

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Preventing Youth Violence and Aggression and Promoting Safety in Schools

personnel and classroom teachers with the time to teach appropriate behavioral
responses and nonviolent problem solving are engaging in violence prevention .
School districts , which are providing all students with opportunities for ...

Author: Sean Mulhern

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89121683015

Category: Public schools

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The Michigan Bar Journal

Those schools that have the program in place and the ongoing relationship with
lawyers from the Ingham County Bar ... them the tools to accomplish it is a major
step toward solving the problem of violence in our schools and ultimately , in our
 ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105061764127

Category: Bar associations

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Campus Order Problem Solving Without Violence

School of Urban Life. Herman, Harold W. "Student Demands." College and
University Business, 39 (September, 1965), 49. Hermann, Kai. "Berlin— Root of
Rebellion." Atlas, 14 (July, 1967), 33-36. "Germany's Young Left." Encounter, 30 (
April ...

Author: Georgia State University. School of Urban Life

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015003663716

Category: College students

Page: 344

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Disability Harassment in the Workplace

Prestige ratings of contemporazy occupations : Perceptions of high school
students and implications for counselors . School Counselor , 43 ... Solving
violence problems in your school : Why a systematic approach is necessary .
Minneapolis ...

Author: Jerome John Holzbauer

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89078141983

Category: Discrimination against people with disabilities

Page: 208

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Bowker s Complete Video Directory 2001

1997. Alternatives to violence & teen problem - solving , focusing on a high
school teen peer mediation group in Hartford , CT ; a behind - the - scenes look at
Family Life Theater , a group that uses theater to teach teens how to resolve
conflict ...

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ISBN: 083524427X

Category: Films for the hearing impaired

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Solving Problems in Secondary School Administration

Has violence become so common that people actually fear for their safety in
public schools ? How typical is this problem ? In 1977 , Gallup surveyed youth
and asked , among other things , “ When you are at school , do you ever fear for
your ...

Author: Bill R. Hampton

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon

ISBN: STANFORD:36105032702354

Category: High schools

Page: 312

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Solving Child Behavior Problems at Home at School

setting more than one fire or causing serious bodily injury to another person ,
follow the steps for rewarding for good days outlined in Module 12 . ... stealing ,
fire setting , or violence . Mark the problems your children do have with their
initials and the codes ( SW = swearing , LY = lying , C = cheating , S = stealing , FI
= fire ...

Author: Elaine A. Blechman

Publisher: Research PressPub

ISBN: UOM:39015016138284

Category: Family & Relationships

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This comprehensive manual provides workable solutions that promote noticeable improvement in problem-solving, communication, and behavior management skills. It provides 17 instructional modules for solving problems at home and at school. Addresses everything from routines and responsibilities to emotions and antisocial behaviors.
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Tomorrow is Ours

Weapon safety If , like Hamilton , you find a dangerous instrument or weapon or
someone has a weapon at school ... such as the Child Protection Society , to
come to your school and teach you how to solve problems without violence .

Author:

Publisher: Jacana Media

ISBN: 1770091033

Category: Social intelligence

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Solving youth violence

The school had only 6 expulsions and 28 fights. Though the school won a
national award, Mr. Hobbs emphasized that it still has guns, drugs, and violence
problems. Because these problems will always be here, strategies must be
constantly ...

Author: United States. Dept. of Justice

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ISBN: PURD:32754065306205

Category: Education

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