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Reducing Cyberbullying in Schools: International Evidence-Based Best Practices provides an accessible blend of academic rigor and practical application for mental health professionals, school administrators and educators, giving them a vital tool in stemming the problem of cyberbullying in school settings. It features a variety of international, evidence-based programs that can be practically implemented into any school setting. In addition, the book looks at a broad array of strategies, such as what can be learned from traditional bullying programs, technological solutions, policy and legal solutions, and more.
- Provides overviews of international, evidence-based programs to prevent cyberbullying in schools
- Presents an academically rigorous examination that is also practical and accessible
- Includes technological and legal strategies to stem cyberbullying in schools
- Looks at the prevalence and consequences of cyberbullying
School psychologists and counselors, researchers, school principals and educators
- Prevalence and Consequences of Cyberbullying
2. What We Can Learn from Traditional Bullying Programs
3. Technological Solutions
4. Policies and Legal Solutions
5. Technological Program: Young and Well
6. The Cyber-Friendly Schools Project
7. Coping with School Bullying; Ki Va
8. Con-Red Program
9. Noncadiamointrappada Program
10. Medienhelden (Media Heroes)
11. Cyber Mentors
12. Smart Phone Summit
13. Seattle Public Schools
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- © Academic Press 2017
- 16th October 2017
- Academic Press
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Professor Marilyn Campbell's main clinical and research interests include the prevention and intervention of anxiety disorders in young people, and the effects of bullying, especially cyber-bullying in schools.
Professor of Psychology, School of Cultural and Professional Learning, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane City, Australia
Professor Sheri Bauman conducts research on bullying, cyberbullying, and peer victimization. She also teaches teacher responses to bullying. She has published 2 books and is the lead editor of Principles of Cyberbullying Research.
Professor and director of the Counseling graduate degree program, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA
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