Behavioral Science for Bullying Prevention in the Classroom

Book: Behavioral Science for Bullying Prevention in the Classroom

Attention teachers! Do you want to learn how to stop bullying in your classroom using science-based strategies? This book provides a deep dive into the science of how children learn and unlearn, so you can better understand what’s happening in your classroom and manage it effectively.

Written by Jennifer Hancock, author of The Bully Vaccine, this book covers operant conditioning, teaching you how to reinforce behaviors to your advantage, and provides real-life examples of how to apply these principles to make bullying stop. Get this book and learn how to make your classroom a safe and nurturing environment for all students. In addition to equipping teachers with effective strategies to stop bullying in their classrooms, this book goes beyond just bullying elimination and teaches a behavioral science-based approach to managing classroom behavior that can be applied to all aspects of your career as an educator. By understanding the science of how children learn and unlearn, teachers will be better equipped to manage their classrooms effectively, leading to a more positive and productive learning environment for their students.

Topics Covered:
Chapter 1: What Makes a Bully Tick
Chapter 2: The Hardest Part is Compassion
Chapter 3: Operant Conditioning 101
Chapter 4: Reinforcements and Responses
Chapter 5: Dealing With Blowouts
Chapter 6: Real Life Examples
Chapter 7: Defending Someone Else
Chapter 8: A Five Point Plan for Ending Bullying in Schools

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This book is also available as a free video course or as a certified Early Childhood Education Continuing Education Credit (for a fee)

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