Social Situations – School Bullying
The book's primary goal is to educate children on how they should deal with bullying. The book is divided into three sections describing situations from the perspective of the bullied person (victim), of the child who bullies (bully), and of the child who witnesses the bullying incident (observer).
Bullied children are encouraged to understand that the feelings they experience from the situation are normal and that they should not feel bad, as what happens is not their fault; on the contrary, children who bully them are to blame.
On the other hand, children who bully are encouraged to talk about the underlying causes that lead them to this behaviour, understand that it is wrong, and change it by dealing with their problems in other ways.
The cards of the last section of the book describe bullying incidents and the mentality of children who observe the problem but do nothing to change the situation. The effects of bullying are not only limited to the psychology of the child victim but often extend to the psychology of the child observer.
The book 'Social Situations: School Bullying' is an excellent tool to help children handle and resolve the problem, by reducing bullying incidents and creating a healthier and safer school environment for all children.
Develop your child’s social skills with this card book by the writer Alice Kassotaki (Speech Therapist, MSc, BSc).
You may also be interested in the book "Social Situations – Negotiation - Compromise".
30 scenarios with different social situations describing bullying incidents:
Part A - The victim
Part B - The bully
Part C - The observer
Paper or PDF file
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||6 x 9 inches
Alice Kassotaki - Speech Language Pathologist MSc, BSc
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