School-based violence prevention

issues, strategies, and programs by Virginia Hayes Sibbison

Publisher: Ittleson Foundation, Inc. in New York, N.Y

Written in English
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  • School violence -- United States -- Prevention -- Case studies.,
  • School violence -- New York (State) -- New York -- Prevention -- Case studies.,
  • School improvement programs -- United States -- Case studies.

Edition Notes

Statementconducted by Virginia Hayes Sibbison, executive director, Welfare Research, Inc.
ContributionsWelfare Research, Inc.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB3013.3 .S53 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 48 p. ;
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL634013M
LC Control Number96622258
OCLC/WorldCa32097796

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RIPP is a school-based violence-prevention program. The program combines a classroom curriculum of social/cognitive problem-solving with real-life, .   Pilot Evaluation of Setu, a School-Based Violence Prevention Program Among Indian Adolescents Drishti Sharma, Krista R. Mehari, Jugal Kishore, Nandini Sharma, and Mona Duggal The Journal of Early Adolescence 0 /Author: Drishti Sharma, Krista R. Mehari, Jugal Kishore, Nandini Sharma, Mona Duggal. Teaching conflict resolution: An effective school-based approach to violence prevention. / Aber, J. Lawrence; Brown, JL; Henrich, CC. New York: National Center for Children in Poverty, Columbia School of Public Health, Research output: Book/Report › Other reportCited by: Establishing school-based primary prevention programs that provide children with basic training in the essential emotional skills and social competencies. Coordinating these school-based programs with community-based domestic violence programs to develop well-designed, multiagency intervention policies and actions. The Workplace.

Information from Other Advisory Groups. A National Institutes of Health State of the Science Review of the Prevention of Youth Violence held in recommended several universal school-based programs for the prevention of youth violence. 31 The Surgeon General’s report on youth violence 10 listed several school-based violence prevention programs as model or Cited by: Samples, F & Aber, JL , Evaluations of school-based violence prevention programs. in DS Elliott, BA Hamburg & R Williams (eds), Violence in American schools: A new perspective. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, pp. Cited by: This timely book presents a data-driven approach to preventing and responding to school violence. As school violence receives increasing attention across the nation, the application of scientific knowledge is critical. For maximum effectiveness, transdisciplinary teams should use school data, logic models, and theories of change to design, implement, and evaluate Author: Matthew J. Mayer, Shane R. Jimerson. Blueprints Model Programs, Bullying Prevention Program (BPP) Program Summary. The Bullying Prevention Program is a universal intervention for the reduction and prevention of bully/victim problems. The main arena for the program is the school, and school staff has the primary responsibility for the introduction and implementation of the program.

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In School Violence and Primary Prevention, more than three dozen clinicians, counselors, educators, and researchers provide readers with multiple levels of understanding on the subject: the scope of school violence, possible roles of the home environment, and the contexts of child/teen/school culture.

Various forms of student aggression and. Mayer and Jimerson have brought together leading authorities on school safety and violence prevention. This book gets to the heart of what educators, researchers, and policymakers need to understand when confronting the physical, emotional, and social challenges of working in schools that face unprecedented threats and acts of : THE IMPORTANCE OF SCHOOL SAFETY AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION 5 threatened or injured with a weapon at school from to have not declined greatly.

Bullying victimization has been pervasive, but there have been recent fluctuations in victimization data, with rates of bullying victimization in Size: 69KB. Universal school-based programs to reduce violence are designed to teach all students in a given school or grade about the problem of violence and its prevention or about one or more of the following topics or skills intended to reduce aggressive or violent behavior: emotional self-awareness, emotional control, self-esteem, positive social skills, social problem solving.

ened and injured Violence at school may make students afraid to attend school; in% of high school students reported feeling too unsafe to go to school at least once in the past 6 months The purpose of this review was to assess the effective-ness of universal school-based programs in preventing violent behavior.

In School Violence and Primary Prevention, more than three dozen clinicians, counselors, educators, and researchers provide readers with multiple levels of understanding on the subject: the scope of school violence, possible roles of the home environment, and the contexts of child/teen/school culture.

Various forms of student aggression and Reviews: 1. Request PDF | School-Based Violence Prevention | School-based violence prevention has become a growing concern for educators, parents, and. The author concludes by reviewing some of his own research on student threat assessment as a more flexible and less punitive alternative to zero tolerance, and presents a wide-ranging series of recommendations for improving and expanding the use of school-based violence prevention programs and mental health services for troubled students.

School based violence prevention programs: Preventing violence against children and Youth (Revised Ed.) Book August with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Key features of this important new book include: Evidence-based Practice - avoiding a one-size-fits-all approach to prevention and intervention, the focus throughout is on the application of evidence-based practices to the factors most commonly associated with school violence and safety; Balance of Breadth and Depth - provides information on.

This book presents a transdisciplinary, data-driven approach to preventing and responding to school violence. With concrete methods for promoting safety in primary and secondary schools, the book will engage and enable a wide array of stakeholders to better understand areas of common interest and work together more cturer: American Psychological Association.

Illustrated with numerous case studies–many drawn from the author's work as a forensic psychologist–this book identifies 19 myths and misconceptions about youth violence, from ordinary bullying to rampage shootings.

It covers controversial topics such as gun control and the effects of entertainment violence on children. The author demonstrates how fear of school. School-based prevention strategies, from character education to the Bully Free Program.

Developmental, trauma, and neurobiological perspectives on school violence. Sociocultural and cross-cultural approaches to prevention. Threat and risk assessment in individuals and schools. Get this from a library. School safety and violence prevention: science, practice, policy.

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School-based violence prevention in Canada: results of a national survey of policies and programs. In this volume, experts from a range of disciplines use a variety of perspectives, notably those of public health, criminology, ecology, and developmental psychology, to review the latest research on the causes of youth violence in the nation's schools and communities and on school-based interventions that have prevented or reduced it.

Violence is "the use of physical force so as to injure, abuse, damage, or destroy." Less conventional definitions are also used, such as the World Health Organization's definition of violence as "the intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against oneself, another person, or against a group or community, which either results in or has a high.

Because of an increase in the prevalence of school-based policies aimed at reducing violence in youth and recent reports suggesting that teachers and other school staff may face daily threats of workplace violence, NIOSH was prompted to examine risk factors and prevention polices and practices for workplace violence for K school staff.

This program will support a comprehensive effort to address youth violence and victimization through implementing prevention, intervention and accountability efforts in a school-based setting. The goals of the program are to: 1) reduce the incidence of school violence through accountability efforts for offenders; 2) respond to victimization whether as a result of violence that occurs in.

The statistics are appalling. Between 8% and 10% of U.S. high school students carry guns to school every day.

In a typical mid-size city, 30 to 50 cases of school violence are reported daily, and half of these cases involve guns. School Violence: Assessment, Treatment, Prevention shows us the reality behind the statistics. Its distinguished contributors include leading clinicians.

Expect Respect is a school-based program for preventing teen dating violence and promoting safe and healthy relationships in middle and high school. Teen dating violence is a pervasive problem with serious health and safety consequences for youth.

Between 20% and 45% of high school students have experienced some form of physical, emotional, or. Preventing and Reducing School Violence Fact Sheet #3 – Resources and Contacts Prevention Institute 29th Street Oakland, CA () PREV() 2 physical, social, emotional, and educational needs of young people and their families and.

School-based violence prevention programs have also been linked to national goals for reducing rates of violence within the USA (Hahn et al. ), and they are typically incorporated into comprehensive efforts to reduce community-levels of violence (e.g., Matjasko et al.

).Author: Saba W. Masho, Keith W. Zirkle, David C. Wheeler, Terri Sullivan, Albert D. Farrell. The Good Behavior Game is an elementary school-based prevention program that targets antecedents of youth delinquency and violence.

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Mihalic, and Jennifer K. Grotpeter. Blueprints for Violence Prevention, Book 1: The Midwestern Prevention Project. Boulder, Colo.: Center for. Bond pointed to school-based violence prevention programs already in place across America to train students to practice peaceful conflict resolution, and said that their research could lead to Author: Ben Panko.

Domestic Violence Education in Schools. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 7 men experience domestic violence by the time they are adults. Violence is a significant problem in the United States.

From infants to the elderly, it affects people in all stages of life. InCDC established the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) as the lead federal organization for violence prevention.

CDC is committed to stopping violence before it begins. 1. Introduction. A growing body of research demonstrates the connections between animal abuse and interpersonal violence (Ascione,Faver and Strand, ).Despite this evidence, most school-based violence prevention programs have failed to consider the prevalence of children's exposure to animal abuse and the connection between juvenile animal abuse and other forms Cited by: Effective delinquency program; Description.

Bullying Prevention is a multilevel, multicomponent, school-based program designed to prevent or reduce bullying in elementary, middle, and junior high schools (students 6 to 15 years).

The program attempts to restructure the existing school environment to reduce opportunities and rewards for bullying.The Importance Of School Violence In Schools Words | 4 Pages.

Espelage et al. () defines school violence, provides a greater understanding about school violence and its impact on students and teachers, and discusses prevention strategies which can be implemented in U.S. school to reduce the risk and prevalence of school violence against students and teachers.