The best strategies to cope with bullying

Elizabeth Nassem

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    If you want to improve your understanding of school bullying and resources to tackle it, the best places to start is with the pupils in your school. By engaging in structured and meaningful dialogue with pupils about their experiences of bullying and their ideas for how bullying should be resolved you will become more equipped to handle it. Your colleagues and pupils’ parents also contain a wealth of information to help you address bullying. In my book ‘The Teacher’s Guide to Resolving Bullying: Evidence-Based Strategies and Pupil-Led Interventions’ I have used my research to create anti-bullying strategies tailored to pupil’s specific experiences of bullying for teachers to adopt. These approaches are likely to be more useful than adult-led approaches which children might not actively participate in or engage with. Here is how you can devise pupil-led anti-bullying interventions which are evidence-based.


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