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VIOLENCE

BOOKS


Title:  Violence in Dating Relationships (Emerging Social Issues)
Author 1: Pirog-Good, Maureen A. (Ed.)
Author 2: Stets, Jan E. (Ed.)
Publisher: Praeger Publishers
Date:  1989
Categories: Violence
Format: Text
Call Number: V9401

Summary: Fourteen significant chapters on physical and sexual abuse in dating relationships provide a comprehensive interdisciplinary review of the subject.  The contributors to this anthology examine every aspect of the serious but usually hidden social problems of dating violence.  (Grades K-12)


Title:  Violence Prevention and Intervention Readiness for Schools
Author 1: Steele, William
Author 2: Couillard, James
Publisher: KIDSRIGHTS
Date:  1995
Categories: Violence
Format: text
Call Number: V9404

Summary: This book provides the road maps for schools to reduce, prevent and handle school violence on individual, schooled and community levels.  With the help of the comprehensive checklists and suggestion plans, safety and security measures in your school can be evaluated.  With this comprehensive guide, administrators are able to begin to assess and plan from an administrative level, start conflict resolution/mediation programs, prepare staff for handling potentially violent situations and obtain community support.  (Grades K-12)


Title: The Empower Program: Owning Curriculum

Author 1: Wiseman, Rosalind

Author 2: Staff of The Empower Program

Publisher: The Empower Program

Date: 2005

Categories: Violence/Bullying

Format: Text/Activity Book

Call Number: V9405

Summary: The Owning Up curricula is designed to create awareness and activities to help both boys and girls eliminate violence. This text can be used by teachers or school counselors wanting to implement or redesign a program in their schools regarding the necessity for stopping and eliminating violence. The curriculum is divided into girls and boys curriculum and contains materials suitable for middle school and high school students.


Title:  Young Men's Work - Building Skills to Stop Violence
Author 1: Creighton, Allan
Author 2: Kivel, Paul
Publisher: The Oakland Men's Project
Date:  1995
Categories: Violence
Format: Text/Activity Book
Call Number: V9409

Summary: A program for young men, ages fourteen to nineteen, who are working together to solve problems without resorting to violence.  This guide will give you an overview of the issues involved in working with young men and specific suggestions for dealing with group dynamics, responding to particular situations, and adapting this work to the young men in your group.  Follow-up suggestions, handouts, and further resources are provided.  The curriculum also provides the materials you'll need to run the group.  Each session includes objectives, an agenda, a description of each exercise, further suggestions for facilitators, and a guide to the use of the handouts.  (Ages 4-19)

 


 

Title:  Days of Respect - Organizing a School Wide Violence Prevention Program
Author 1: Cantor, Ralph
Author 2:
Publisher: Hunter House
Date:  1997
Categories: Violence
Format: text/manual
Call Number: V9411

Summary: This manual provides step-by-step instructions for putting together an event that brings together students, parents, teachers, and community leaders for a common goal: preventing violence and creating an atmosphere of respect in school so that everyone can feel safe.  (Grades K-6)

 


Title:  No-Bullying Program - Program Director's Manual
Author 1: Bitney, James
Author 2: Title, Beverly
Publisher: Johnson Institute
Date:  1996
Categories: Violence
Format: text/manual
Call Number: V9412

Summary: This manual provides background information on bullying as well as step-by-step instructions for implementing the No-Bullying Program at your school.  Examples of how to introduce the program and promote it are also provided.  (Grades K-6)

 


Title:  No-Bullying Program - Teacher's Manual for Kindergarten & Grade 1
Author 1: Bitney, James
Author 2: Title, Beverly
Publisher: Johnson Institute
Date:  1996
Categories: Violence
Format: text/manual
Call Number: V9413

Summary: This teacher's manual offers you material and detailed guidance to lead kindergartners and first graders through eight 25-30 minute sessions of interactive learning.  You may lengthen or shorten the session time, depending on the deletion or addition of an activity and your particular teaching style.  (Grades K-1)

 


Title:  No-Bullying Program - Teacher's Manual for Grades 2 &3
Author 1: Bitney, James
Author 2: Title, Beverly
Publisher: Johnson Institute
Date:  1996
Categories: Violence
Format: text/manual
Call Number: V9414

Summary: This teacher's manual offers you material and detailed guidance to lead second and third graders through six 30-40 minute sessions of interactive learning.  You may lengthen or shorten the session time, depending on the deletion or addition of an activity and your particular teaching style.  (Grades 2-3)

 


Title:  No-Bullying Program - Teacher's Manual for Grades 4 & 5
Author 1: Bitney, James
Author 2: Title, Beverly
Publisher: Johnson Institute
Date:  1996
Categories: Violence
Format: text/manual
Call Number: V9415

Summary: This teacher's manual offers you material and detailed guidance to lead fourth and fifth graders through six 30-40 minute sessions of interactive learning.  You may lengthen or shorten the session time, depending on the deletion or addition of an activity and your particular teaching style.  (Grades 4-5)

 


Title:  No Bullying Program - Teacher's Manual for Grades 6-8
Author 1: Bitney, James
Author 2: Title, Beverly
Publisher: Johnson Institute
Date:  1996
Categories: Violence
Format: text/manual
Call Number: V9416

Summary: This teacher's manual offers you material and detailed guidance to lead middle school students (grades 6, 7, & 8) through six 40-60 minute sessions of interactive learning.  You may lengthen or shorten the session time, depending on the deletion or addition of an activity and your particular teaching style.  (Grades 6-8)

 


Title:  Exploring the Issues - Promoting Peace and Preventing Violence
Author 1: Keister, Susan
Author 2: Laird, Molly
Publisher: Quest International
Date:  1995
Categories: Violence
Format: text/manual
Call Number: V9417

Summary: This step-by-step program is designed to help students understand the attitudes and behaviors that can lead them from conflict to anger to violence.  It will make them more aware of how they usually respond to conflict and teach them how to work toward more peaceful resolutions.  The effectiveness of the unit will be greatly enhanced if the adults in students' lives are also committed to peaceful conflict resolution.  (Grades 9-12)

 


Title:  Working Toward Peace - Managing Anger, Resolving Conflict, and Preventing Violence (curriculum manual)
Author 1: Morgan, Lorraine Lee
Author 2: Laird, Molly
Publisher: Quest International
Date:  1995
Categories: Violence
Format: text/manual
Call Number: V9418

Summary:  This step-by-step program was developed to help teachers, administrators, parents, and caring adults teach young people how to manage their anger and find positive ways to resolve conflicts.  The teaching of conflict resolution skills must be a part of every middle and junior high school curriculum if we are to stem the tide of violence and maintain an environment in which every person feels safe, accepted, and ready to learn.  This curriculum manual provides lessons, strategies, and activities to help you guide your school in working toward peace.  (Grades 6-8)

 


Title:  Working Toward Peace (student book)
Author 1: Morgan, Lorraine Lee
Author 2: Laird, Molly
Publisher: Quest International
Date:  1995
Categories: Violence
Format: text/manual
Call Number: V9419

Summary: This book was designed to accompany the curriculum guide.  It includes worksheets, a story, and other information you will use during the course.  The concepts and ideas will be useful, not only now, but as you face and resolve conflicts throughout the rest of your life.  (Grades 6-8)

 


Title:  Working Toward a Safe School (administrator's guide)
Author 1: Morgan, Lorraine Lee
Author 2: Laird, Molly
Publisher: Quest International
Date:  1995
Categories: Violence
Format: text/manual
Call Number: V9420

Summary: This guide was created to help administrators create and maintain a safe school climate that fosters respect for individuals, property, and learning.  It is also a convenient resource for managing school conflict, preventing incidents of violence, and handling crises.  (Grades K-12)

 


Title:  Working Toward Peace (workshop guidebook)
Author 1:
Author 2:
Publisher: Quest International
Date:  1995
Categories: Violence
Format: text/manual
Call Number: V9421

Summary: Designed for use with the Working Toward Peace Workshop, this book contains the resource information and worksheets that accompany the various workshop sessions.  It also provides opportunities for you to take notes on what you are learning.  (Grades 6-8)

 


Title:  Working It Out - Tools For Everyday Peacemakers
Author 1: Apacki, Carol
Author 2:
Publisher: Quest International
Date:  1995
Categories: Violence
Format: texts/manuals
Call Number: V9422

Summary: This easy to use "toolbox" is designed to help children in grades K-6 develop the knowledge, skills, and behaviors needed to address everyday conflicts constructively and peacefully.  In the process, everyone in the class helps to create a positive school environment that promotes learning and mutual respect.  (Grades K-6)

 


Title: The Bullying Prevention Handbook:  A Guide for Principals, Teachers, and Counselors
Author 1: Hoover, John H.
Author 2: Oliver, Ronald
Publisher: National Education Service
Date: 1996
Categories: Violence
Format: Text
Call Number: V9424

Summary: An excellent training tool that summarizes best practices and a variety of intervention techniques for working with bullies and their scapegoats at school and home.  Would be beneficial for those wanting to begin a bully prevention program.

 


Title: Helping Teens Stop Violence:  A practical Guide for Counselors, Educators, and Parents.
Author 1: Creighton, Allan
Author 2: Battered Women's Alternatives with Paul Kival
Author 3: Oakland Men's Project
Publisher: Hunter House Inc., Publishing
Date: 1992
Categories: Violence
Format: Text
Call Number: V9425

Summary: A multiracial step by step program which empowers young people to resist abuse and prevent violence in there relationships. Provides an understanding of the roots of violence in society, a multicultural approach to changing both people and their communities, curriculum plans for talking about violence in the classroom, role-plays on violence intervention and prevention, strategies to support peer counselors, guidelines for adults setting up teen support groups, and steps to follow when helping teens who have been abused.

 


Title: Why is Everyone Always Picking on Me: a Guide to Handling Bullies
Author 1: Webster-Doyle, Terrence
Author 2:
Publisher: Weatherhill Inc.
Date: 1991
Categories: Violence
Format: Text
Call Number: V9426

Summary:  This book is dedicated to young people who have been bullied and who want to understand this problem and deal with it creatively.  It is also beneficial to young people who bully others by helping them find healthy peaceful ways of getting what they need.

 


Title: How to Handle Bullies, Teasers and Other Meanies: A Book that Takes the Nuisance Out of Name Calling and Other Nonsense
Author 1: Posey-Cohen, Kate M.S., LMHC, LMFT
Author 2:
Publisher: Rainbow Books, Inc.
Date: 1995
Categories: Violence, Bullying, Self-defense
Format: Text
Call Number: V9427

Summary: Covers annoying name calling, vicious prejudice, explosive anger, dangerous situations and causes of difficult behavior. Contains more than twelve ways for "melting" meanness.  Uses dozens of examples and practice exercises to teach a comic approach to cruelty.  Shows young people how to put spiritual truths into action. Gives parents, teachers, and counselors a method to help young people help themselves.

 


Title: On Target To Stop Bullying
Author 1: Fried, SuEllen
Author 2: Weyforth, Maria
Publisher: STOP Violence Coalition
Date: 1999
Categories: Violence/Bullying
Format: Program guide
Call Number: V9434

Summary: The time has come to take action to stop peer abuse by teaching children and those who come in contact with children that bullying is unacceptable! This wonderful book offers clear guideline to combat bullying behaviors and help kids feel comfortable and safe in their world. It is easy to use and it integrates beautifully into a school's curriculum.

 


Title: Kindness is Contagious ... Catch It! (2 Copies)
Author 1: Ziegenhorn, Donna Woodard
Author 2: Unell, Barbara C.
Publisher: STOP Violence Coalition
Date: 1992
Categories: Violence Prevention
Format: Program guide
Call Number: V9435

Summary: Practical ways to spread an epidemic of kindness in your school, organization, family and community at large. The activities suggested help foster awareness of the effects that one's behavior has on another person, as well as assist in creating a caring and supportive community...one with shared values of empathy, mutual respect and human kindness.


Title: No More Bullies
Author 1: Frank Peretti
Author 2:
Publisher: W Publishing Group
Date: 2000
Categories: Violence
Format: Text
Call Number: V9436

Summary: In this book, the author, Frank Peretti shares his own experiences of bullying, empathizing with victims and addressing the problem of violence in schools today. With conviction and passion, he urges: those being abused to speak up and seek help; the “strong’ kids to stand up and protect the weak; those in authority to take notice-and action; and everyone to stop thinking of abuse as “kids being kids.”


Title: The Wounded Spirit
Author 1: Frank Peretti
Author 2:
Publisher: W Publishing Group
Date: 2001
Categories: Violence
Format: Text (Leader's Guide)
Call Number: V9437

Summary: In this book, the author shares his own personal experiences, empathizing with the victims and addressing the problem of violence in schools today.


Title: Odd Girl Out
Author 1: Simmons, Rachel
Author 2:
Publisher: Harcourt, Inc.
Date: 2002
Categories: Violence/Aggression
Format: Text
Call Number: V9438

Summary: The author of this text addresses the issue of hidden culture of girls aggression in today's schools and offers helpful suggestions to parents and teachers, counselors and coaches, on how to cope.


Title: Easing the Teasing
Author 1: Freedman, Judy S.
Author 2:
Publisher: Contemporary Books
Date: 2002
Categories: Violence/Bullying
Format: Text
Call Number: V9439

Summary: This text is full of reassuring advice and real-life success stories from children and parents, and shows parents how to give their children the confidence and self-esteem they need to put an end to teasing.


Title: Please Stop Laughing at Me
Author 1: Blanco, Jodee
Author 2:
Publisher: Adams Media Corporation
Date: 2003
Categories: Violence/Aggression
Format: Text
Call Number: V9440

Summary: This book will open your eyes to the harsh realities and long-term consequences of bullying and how all of us can make a difference in he lives of teens today.


Title: The Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander
Author 1: Coloroso, Barbara
Author 2:
Publisher: Harper Resource
Date: 2003
Categories: Violence/Bullying
Format: Text
Call Number: V9441

Summary: From preschool to high school, this book shows how parents and teachers can help break the cycle of violence.


Title: The Bully Free Classroom

Author: Beane, Allan L.

Publisher: Allan L. Beane

Date: 1999

Categories: Violence, Bullying

Format: Text

Call Number: V9450

Summary: This book is a collection of tips, strategies, and activities designed to address and ameliorate the multifaceted problem of bullying in schools. This book can be used to complement or supplement a program already in place, to take purposeful action in the absence of a program, or to plan and develop a program that meets the unique needs of your classroom or school.


Title: Gangs in Schools: Signs, Symbols, and Solutions

Author 1: Arnold P. Goldstein

Author 2: Donald W. Kodluboy

Publisher: Research Press

Date: 1998

Categories: Bullying Prevention, Elementary School Counseling

Format: Book

Call #: V9465

Summary: This book describes gang distribution in the U.S., characteristics to look for, and the process people go through to join a gang.  It contains many figures and tables. This book also describes state of the art best practices for gang intervention currently available  in school and community settings. 


VIDEOS


Title:  Gangs:  Decisions and Options
Author 1:
Author 2:
Publisher: United Learning
Date:  1993
Categories: Violence, Gangs
Format: Video
Call Number: V9403

Summary: This video has been written and produced for youngsters at the upper elementary and middle school/jr. high age levels.  It is intended to act as a tool to open discussion among young people and adults (teachers, counselors and law enforcement officials) about a major problem in contemporary American society-- the expansion of gang activities in our country. The program is divided into three sections, each composed of a vignette which tells the story of a youngster who faces gang recruitment.  Each segment focuses on one of the three major reasons why young people join gangs-- low self-esteem, dysfunctional families, and fear of gang violence aimed at nonmembers.  Each section also suggests ways that youngsters can avoid recruitment and handle attendant fears.  (13 min.)  (Grades 4-12)

 


Title:  It's Not Okay to Bully  (6692-V)
Author 1:
Author 2:
Publisher: KIDSRIGHTS
Date:
Categories: Violence
Format: video
Call Number: V9406

Summary: This video uses a catchy song and real life examples to explain to kids what a bully is.  The video also explains what makes people bully and how to deal with situations that involve bullying.  The video also points out that most of us have been bullied and that most of us have even bullied someone else.  We all know how it feels.  Throughout the video it is stressed that it is not okay to bully.  (Grades K-6)

 


Title:  Kids Killing Kids/Kids Saving Kids  (4695)
Author 1:
Author 2:
Publisher: KIDSRIGHTS
Date:
Categories: Violence
Format: video
Call Number: V9407

Summary: A powerful video demonstrating real life situations and what can happen when a gun is involved.  The characters get second chances, though, and the results are a lot easier to live with when they choose to not carry a gun.  Alarming statistics are given that demonstrate how this problem is growing and how kids can make bad decisions in the heat of the moment that end in disaster.  Realistic solutions are demonstrated that can help diffuse a potentially deadly situation.  At the end it is stressed that even though the characters on the video got to go back and change their decisions, in real life we don't get that second chance. The video then goes into stories about kids helping kids. True stories about teen help lines and programs focusing on helping others who are facing devastating situations are shown.  This video is effective for any kid dealing with any type of conflict or violence.  (Grades K-12)

 


Title:  Secret Wounds:  Working with Child Observers of Family Violence
Author 1:
Author 2:
Publisher: Banerjee Associates
Date:  1992
Categories: Violence
Format: Video/Activity
Call Number: V9408

Summary: This video consists of two parts.  Part I will help professionals and others understand some of the common issues and family dynamics of domestic violence.  It is an overview of domestic violence and an explanation of the effects upon children who observe the violence.  There are suggestions for how to deal with these observers.  Part II is for children, ages six to thirteen.  The section is a series of animated vignettes based on drawings by children, which serve as triggers for discussion and/or activities with children.  The children focus on addressing issues presented in the vignette, while gaining perspective on who is responsible for the violence and how it affects their own lives.  (33 min.)  (Grades K-12)

 


Title:  Young Men's Work - Building Skills to Stop Violence
Author 1: Creighton, Allan
Author 2: Kivel, Paul
Publisher: The Oakland Men's Project
Date:  1995
Categories: Violence
Format: Video
Call Number: V9410

Summary: This video can be used with the curriculum or independently.  It can be shown by itself to young men to provoke discussion and to challenge accepted beliefs about young men and violence.  It can be shown as a recruitment tool to interest young men in joining a group.  Used before Session #1 the video introduces important themes and makes it safer for the young men to participate in the group.  It can also be used effectively in the middle or at the end of the group sessions to reinforce the material, break up the pace, or help summarize what has been learned.  (Ages 4-19)

 


Title: Bully Dance/La danse des brutes
Author 1:
Author 2:
Publisher: Bullfrog Films
Date: 2000
Categories: Violence, Bullying
Format: Video
Call Number: V9428

Summary: The "stick People" in Bully Dance are imaginary, but this gritty tale is all too familiar.  Like the dance beat pulsating throughout the film, the bully's intimidation of a smaller victim is unrelenting; no one stops the dance until serious harm is inflicted. While Bully Dance offers no simple solutions, it does compel viewers, teachers, parents, and children, to take stock of their actions and to find ways to end peer abuse.  This film is part of the ShowPeace series of animated films without words, all designed as tools for conflict resolution. Everyone from youngsters to business executives can identify with the characters and gain insight on dealing creatively with conflict and anger.

 


Title: Joey
Author 1: Brown, Thomas
Author 2:
Publisher: Center for Youth Issues
Date: 2000
Categories: Violence/Bullying
Format: Video
Call Number: V9431

Summary: Joey is a 13-year-old boy. He lives a simple life with his mom and dad and little sister. Joey is bullied almost daily. Although most of his torment consists of verbal put-downs and emotional abuse, he is sometimes physically assaulted as well. This withdrawn and lonely youngster chooses to keep his bullying a secret. Neither parent realizes that their son is being bullied, but they DO notice unusual behavior. Joey is a profound and powerful statement on the bullying problem and the consequences this behavior has on all involved, including the victim and the victim's family, the bullies and especially those children who stand around and watch bullying happen ... but do nothing about it. Joey is a film that will challenge and young and old alike.

 


Title: "...but names will never hurt me"
Author 1: Brown, Thomas
Author 2:
Publisher: Kids Hope
Date:
Categories: Violence/Bullying
Format: Video
Call Number: V9432

Summary: In the beginning, a girl named Rebecca is the subject of exclusion and ridicule by some of her classmates. However, by the end, this inspiring story teaches students how to view others with kindness and shows the importance of respect for another person's feelings.

 


Title: Broken Toy
Author 1: Brown, Thomas
Author 2:
Publisher: Summerhills Productions
Date: 1993
Categories: Violence/Bullying
Format: Video
Call Number: V9433

Summary: Raymond is a 12-year-old boy who lives with his grandmother. His lonely life is made even lonelier by the cruel verbal and physical treatment he receives from other children at school. In the halls, on the playground, even in the classroom. Raymond is the victim of constant bullying, namely from Mike, Troy and their "followers".
Combining a dramatic storyline, performed realistically by actual schoolchildren. Broken Toy is a powerful tool that addresses the problem of bullying directly to children. Broken Toy is a shattering program that will move a educate children like nothing they've ever experienced.

 


Title: Bullies, Loners, and Violence
Author 1: AIMS Multimedia
Author 2:
Publisher: AIMS Multimedia
Date:
Categories: Violence
Format: Videotape
Call Number: V9442

Summary: This videotape focuses on two attractive, confident, outgoing teens who also happen to be bullies. In an emotional after school vigil, students from Colombine and Santana High Schools share their experiences-leading the group to a decision to treat others fairly and to do what they can to stop school violence.


Title: Tolerance
Author 1: AIMS Multimedia
Author 2:
Publisher: AIMS Multimedia
Date:
Categories: Violence
Format: Video
Call Number: V9443

Summary: Tolerance explores the origins and characteristics of hate through the eyes of two typical American teenagers. One, intolerant of obesity, and the other, offended by homosexuality.


Title: Activity Booklet to Tolerance Video
Author 1: Human Relations Media
Author 2:
Publisher: Human Relations Media
Date: 2002
Categories: Violence
Format: 3-Ring Binder
Call Number: V9443B

Summary: This is the activity booklet that goes along with the Tolerance video.It includes a comprehensive teachers lesson plan.


Title: Through the Eyes of Howard Gray
Author 1: Levine, David
Author 2:
Publisher: Blue Heron Press
Date: 1998
Categories: Violence/Bullying
Format: Video
Call Number: V9444

Summary: The video takes an inside look at how it feels to be bullied. A man remembers Howard Grey, who was the subject of bullying and ridicule and returns to his home town to talk with him about his experiences, how he felt and how they have impacted the rest of his life.


Title: A Violence Prevention Curriculum (Grades 6-8)

Author: Committee for Children

Publisher: Committee for Children

Date: 1990

Categories: Violence, Choices

Format: Video

Call Number: V9445

Summary: This video discusses issues of anger, such as how to control anger and how to properly express one's anger. Other areas of topic within this video include making choices about friends and peers, giving in and deciding against peer pressure, resisting gang temptation, dealing with bullying, and diffusing a fight. ( 1 hour & 39 minutes)


Title: Facing Up

Author: Committee for Children

Publisher: Committee for Children

Date: 1991

Categories: Violence, Bullying

Format: Video

Call Number: V9446

Summary: This video discusses issues of violence. Various topics of discussion include bullying, anger buildup, isolation, feeling alone, affects of bullying, etc. This video also demonstrates the importance of role models. (20 minutes)


Title: Let's Get Real

Author 1: Chasnoff, Debra

Author 2: Cohen, Helen S.

Author 3: Stilley, Kate

Publisher: New Day Films

Date: 2003

Categories: Violence/Bullying

Format: Video

Call Number: V9447

Summary: This video is a powerful documentary where youth speak out about name-calling and bullying. (35 minutes)

 


Title: Violence and Conflict Resolution

Author: The Urban Improv Educational Series

Publisher: AIMS Multimedia

Date: 2004

Categories: Violence/Bullying

Format: Video

Call Number: V9448

Summary: This video is one of the four videos that accompanies The Urban Improv Educational Series. This video includes skits and role-plays that pertain to the topic of conflict resolution and anger management. This purpose of this video is to emphasize that while conflict is a natural aspect of human interaction, how we choose to deal with conflict is something that is within our control. A teacher's guide accompanies the video to help guide discussions and activities.


Title: Preventing School Violence by Creating Emotional Safety: Creating Relationships of Mutual Respect with Students
Author 1: aha! Process Inc.
Author 2:
Publisher: aha! Process Inc.
Date: 2000
Categories: Violence Prevention
Format: Video
Call Number: V9451   

Summary: Introduction to the Preventing School Violence by Creating Emotional Safety training kit.


Title: Preventing School Violence by Creating Emotional Safety: Establishing Clear, Firm Discipline Structures, External Parameters, and External Boundaries
Author 1: aha! Process Inc.
Author 2:
Publisher: aha! Process Inc.
Date: 2000
Categories: Violence Prevention
Format: Video
Call Number: V9452

Summary: The video is the second in the Preventing School Violence by Creating Emotional Safety kit. It is designed to explore causes of school discipline concerns, discuss school staff behaviors that can accelerate or lessen inappropriate student behaviors, and assist in developing an environment of emotional safety.


Title: Preventing School Violence by Creating Emotional Safety: Building Emotional Resources in Students
Author 1: aha! Process Inc.
Author 2:
Publisher: aha! Process Inc.
Date: 2000
Categories: Violence Prevention
Format: Video
Call Number: V9453

Summary: In this video, emotional resources are defined, the importance of registers of language in the development of emotional resources is discussed, strategies for developing emotional resources in schools are provided, and strategies to assist teachers to deal with emotional manipulation are also provided.


Title: Preventing School Violence by Creating Emotional Safety: Establishing Relationships of Mutual Respect with Parents
Author 1: aha! Process Inc.
Author 2:
Publisher: aha! Process Inc.
Date: 2000
Categories: Violence Prevention
Format: Video
Call Number: V9454

Summary: This video discusses many ways of engaging parents as school advocates. Because of time constraints, few parents tend to come to school; we must consider how to bring the school to parents. Establishing relationships of mutual respect with parents will give our schools and students many positive returns.


Title: Preventing School Violence by Creating Emotional Safety: Addressing Biochemical Issues, Cognitive Distortions, and Addictions
Author 1: aha! Process Inc.
Author 2:
Publisher: aha! Process Inc.
Date: 2000
Categories: Violence Prevention
Format: Video
Call Number: V9455

Summary: Biochemical issues are physical illnesses that affect thinking, emotions, and behavior. At least five disorders are considered to be biochemical. They are schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression, and bipolar disorder.


Title: Preventing School Violence by Creating Emotional Safety: Training Manual and Facilitator's Guide
Author 1: aha! Process Inc.
Author 2:
Publisher: aha! Process Inc.
Date: 1999
Categories: Violence Prevention
Format: Manual and Facilitator's Guide
Call Number: V9456

Summary: The manual is constructed with a module for each video and contains resource materials to support content and activities and/or provide research. The facilitator's guide is designed to accompany the video series Preventing School Violence by Creating Emotional Safety - and training manual. This guide was developed to supplement each module in the training manual and includes suggestions for agendas, accompanying activities, and key concepts of videos for a facilitator's use in tailoring this study to meet needs of a district or campus training program.


Title: Tulip Doesn't Feel Safe

Author 1:

Author 2:

Publisher: Johnson Institute

Date: 1993

Categories: Bullying Prevention, Elementary School Counseling

Format: Video

Call #: V9466

Summary: This video deals with helping kids deal in unsafe situations. This video is geared for children K-3 and features Tulip and her friend Pickle and how they learn methods children can use in unsafe or violent circumstances.  A facilitators guide is included.


KITS


Title: Starting Small: Teaching Tolerance in Preschool and the Early Grades
Author 1:
Author 2:
Publisher: Teaching Tolerance
Date: 1997
Categories: Violence, Multicultural Counseling
Format: Kit
Call Number: V9423

Summary: A complete text and video package for teachers that includes a 250 page text which includes classroom profiles, commentary, activities and resource guide.  Also, a 58 minute video featuring classroom activities, teacher insights, and commentary from noted child development specialists.

 


Title: Respect & Protect: A Solution to Violence in Our Schools and Communities
Author 1: Remboldt, Carole
Author 2:
Publisher: Hazelden Foundation
Date: 1995
Categories: Solutions to Violence
Format: Video/Text Supplements
Call Number: V9429

Summary: Provides a video and supplemental text based on a violence intervention and prevention model developed by Carole Remboldt.

 


Title: Through the Eyes of Howard Gray
Author 1: Levine, David
Author 2:
Publisher: Blue Heron Press
Date: 1998
Categories: Violence/Bullying
Format: Video/Audio Cassette/Supplemental Text
Call Number: V9430

Summary: The video takes an inside look at how it feels to be bullied. A man remembers Howard Grey, who was the subject of bullying and ridicule and returns to his home town to talk with him about his experiences, how he felt and how they have impacted the rest of his life. The audio cassette has songs on it that teach children about bullying and its effects. The text supplies a guide to how to use the tape and the video so that they have the maximum effect on your students.

 


Title: No Name-Calling Week
Author 1:
Author 2:
Publisher: GLSEN and Simon & Schuster's Children's Publishing
Date: 2004
Categories: Violence
Format: Kit
Call Number: V9457

Summary: This kit includes: a 27-minute video, No Name-Calling: Creating Safe Environments , a resource and curriculum guide, one copy of The Misfits , a novel by James Howe, two posters, two packs of stickers. The No Name-Calling Week project seeks to focus attention on the problem of name-calling in schools, and to provide students and educators with the tools and inspiration to launch and on-going dialogue about ways to eliminate name-calling in their communities.


Title: Second Step: A Violence Prevention Curriculum (Middle School/Junior High) Level 1: Foundation Lessons
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Publisher: Committee for Children
Date: 1997
Categories: Violence Prevention
Format: Video, Implementation Guide, Lesson plans
Call Number: V9458

Summary: Second Step, Middle School/Junior High, is a series of curricula which addresses the issue of interpersonal violence among adolescents. It is designed to reduce their impulsive and aggressive behavior and increase their level of social competence through empathy training, interpersonal problem solving, behavioral skills training, and anger management.


Title: Second Step: A Violence Prevention Curriculum (Middle School/Junior High) Level 2: Skillbuilding Lessons
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Publisher: Committee for Children
Date: 1997
Categories: Violence Prevention
Format: Video, Implementation Guide, Lesson plans
Call Number: V9459

Summary: Second Step, Middle School/Junior High, is a series of curricula which addresses the issue of interpersonal violence among adolescents. It is designed to reduce their impulsive and aggressive behavior and increase their level of social competence through empathy training, interpersonal problem solving, behavioral skills training, and anger management.


Title: Second Step: A Violence Prevention Curriculum (Middle School/Junior High) Level 3: Skillbuilding Lessons
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Publisher: Committee for Children
Date: 1997
Categories: Violence Prevention
Format: Video, Implementation Guide, Lesson plans
Call Number: V9460

Summary: Second Step, Middle School/Junior High, is a series of curricula which addresses the issue of interpersonal violence among adolescents. It is designed to reduce their impulsive and aggressive behavior and increase their level of social competence through empathy training, interpersonal problem solving, behavioral skills training, and anger management.


Title: Steps to Respect: A Bullying Prevention Program (Level 1, Grades 3-4)

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Publisher: Committee for Children

Date: 2001

Categories: Bullying Prevention, Elementary School Counseling

Format: Video, Teacher's Guide, Student lessons, transparencies, etc.

Call #: V9461

Summary: This program is designed to decrease bullying at school and help students build more supportive relationships with each other. Students learn a variety of friendship skills, and steps for joining a group activity. It also teaches children skills for coping with bullying. This programs also emphasizes that all members of a school community must take responsibility for decreasing bullying. At Level 1, you will guide your students through an 11-lesson unit and an 8- to 10-lesson literature unit, focusing on friendship-making skills, recognizing bully behavior, learning bullying-refusal skills, how to reach out to someone who is being bullied, and developing bullying-reporting skills.



Title: Steps to Respect: A Bullying Prevention Program (Level 2, Grades 4-5)

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Publisher: Committee for Children

Date: 2001

Categories: Bullying Prevention, Elementary School Counseling

Format: Video, Teacher's Guide, Student lessons, transparencies, etc.

Call #: V9462

Summary: This program is designed to decrease bullying at school and help students build more supportive relationships with each other. Students learn a variety of friendship skills, and steps for joining a group activity. It also teaches children skills for coping with bullying. This programs also emphasizes that all members of a school community must take responsibility for decreasing bullying. At Level 2, you will guide your students through an 11-lesson unit and an 8- to 10-lesson literature unit, focusing on friendship-making skills, recognizing bully behavior, learning bullying-refusal skills, how to reach out to someone who is being bullied, and developing bullying-reporting skills.



Title: Steps to Respect: A Bullying Prevention Program (Level 3, Grades 5-6)

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Publisher: Committee for Children

Date: 2001

Categories: Bullying Prevention, Elementary School Counseling

Format: Video, Teacher's Guide, Student lessons, transparencies, etc.

Call #: V9463

Summary: This program is designed to decrease bullying at school and help students build more supportive relationships with each other. Students learn a variety of friendship skills, and steps for joining a group activity. It also teaches children skills for coping with bullying. This programs also emphasizes that all members of a school community must take responsibility for decreasing bullying. At Level 3, you will guide your students through an 11-lesson unit and an 8- to 10-lesson literature unit, focusing on friendship-making skills, recognizing bully behavior, learning bullying-refusal skills, how to reach out to someone who is being bullied, and developing bullying-reporting skills.



Title: Steps to Respect: A Bullying Prevention Program (Training Manual)

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Publisher: Committee for Children

Date: 2001

Categories: Bullying Prevention, Elementary School Counseling

Format: Video, Teacher's Guide, Student lessons, transparencies, etc.

Call #: V9464

Summary: This program is designed to decrease bullying at school and help students build more supportive relationships with each other. Training manual for school personnel and parents.