R.I.P. Cyberbullying

R.I.P. Cyberbullying : A Guide for Parents and Teachers

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R.I.P. Cyberbullying by Ann Neville For Teachers and Parents Cyberbullying is one of the major issues facing children, parents and educators today. However, there are many children who are NOT bullied, by cyber means or otherwise, despite appearing to be exactly the same type of child as those who are. What makes the difference? This is where parents/caregivers can play a significant role. This guide addresses the following questions: What is cyberbullying? Types of cyberbullying Why do some people cyberbully? How does cyberbullying affect children? What can parents do to PREVENT cyberbullying? What can parents do if the child is already being cyberbullied? What if it's your child who is the cyberbully? What role do bystanders/witnesses play? When should education about cyberbullying begin? Review by BELINDA MELLOR Batjack is well-written - and amusing, easy read with fun characters and an engaging plot. The important message and the implementation of the anti-bullying tools are in no way heavy-handed and add to, rather than detract from, the story. This is not just a book for children who are being bullied, or whose friends are being targeted but for all children who enjoy a good story. The non-fiction volumes: How to Stop Being Bullied - A Kids' Guide, How to BullyProof Your Child - A Parents' Guide and R.I.P. Cyberbullying include looking at what bullying is, how and why it happens, what victims can do to help themselves and what others can do, also how to help the bullies. There is a lot of common sense and good advice, some of which is from young people so should speak directly to victims and potential victims. Like the novel, these books are straightforward, easy to use and understand, and very readable. Each book is useful alone. Together they form an excellent resource - a highly recommended addition to both home and institution libraries.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 62 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 3.56mm | 127.01g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507810865
  • 9781507810866
  • 2,466,798

About Ann Neville

Ann Neville has a M Ed, Dip Ed Management, Dip Ed Leadership, Grad Dip in Creative Writing, and Post Grad Dip Publishing. She is an accomplished facilitator and research writer in the education field and has studied all forms of violence including physical, verbal, exclusion, sexual harassment, racial abuse, deprivation of human rights and cyber bullying.show more