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Teleconference Transcript

Transcript of NCSET teleconference call held on October 24, 2003

Resources Related to Teleconference Call

Bullying, Teasing, Youth Violence, and Prevention:
Addressing the Needs of Youth with Disabilities

See Bullying and Teasing Transcript.


As many resources as possible that were mentioned during the teleconference call are included here as a part of this transcript for your reference.


Resources Authored by Presenters of this Teleconference Call

Dr. Hoover

  • Hoover’s Bully Blog – for a listing of research from Dr. Hoover and others as well as other information.
    http://www.hoovbully.blogspot.com/


Dr. Espelage


Dr. Little

  • PDF document Differences in Stress and Coping for Mothers and Fathers of children with Aspergers Syndrome and Non-verbal Learning Disability
    http://www.ajj.com/services/pblshng/pnj/onlinece/2002/dec/28565570.pdf
  • Little, L. (2001). Peer victimization of children with Asperger-spectrum disorders. The Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 40 (9) 995–996.
  • Little, L. (2002). Middle-class mothers' perceptions of peer and sibling victimization among children with Asperger's syndrome and nonverbal learning disorders. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 25, 43–57.
  • Book Chapter in Press — Little, L. (2002). "The victimization of children with disabilities". Chapter 7 , in "Health consequences of abuse in the family: A clinical guide for evidence-based practice". In Press.

For a complete listing of articles by Dr. Little, go to the Nursing Faculty Web page of the School of Health and Human Services at http://www.shhs.unh.edu/nursing/facultynursing.html.


Web Sites

OSEP Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports
http://www.pbis.org/main.htm


Books

Bullying at School: What We Know and What We Can Do (Understanding Children's Worlds) by Dan Olweus
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0631192417/

Set Straight on Bullies (book), by the National School Safety Center
http://www.nssc1.org/books/book03.htm
See also, Set Straight on Bullies (video), by the National School Safety Center
http://www.nssc1.org/videos/video03.htm

Teasing and Harassment: The Frames and Scripts Approach for Teachers and Parents by John Hoover
http://www.nesonline.com/Catalog/ItemDetail.asp?Product=52

The Bully Prevention Handbook: A Guide for Principals, Teachers, and Counselors by John Hoover and Ronald Oliver
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1879639440/104-6334463-4125523?v=glance


Research

Journal Article: 1998-01315-019.
Author Ladd, Gary W; Kochenderfer, Becky J; Coleman, Cynthia C. (Dec 1997).
Classroom peer acceptance, friendship, and victimization: Distinct relational systems that contribute uniquely to children's school adjustment?
Source: Child Development. Vol 68(6), 1181-1197.

Abstract
The proposition that relationships make differential (i.e., unique, redundant, contingent) contributions to adjustment was examined by investigating the linkages between children's participation in different types of peer relationships (i.e., friendship, peer acceptance, peer victimization) and their adjustment to school. Relationship measures were gathered for 5- to 6-yr-old children (105 males, 95 females) twice during kindergarten (i.e., fall and spring) and were correlated with adjustment indicators at each time of assessment and used to predict changes in school adjustment over time. Examination of the relative associations between the relationship measures and children's adjustment revealed evidence of both unshared (i.e., unique) and shared (i.e., redundant) linkages, depending on the form of adjustment examined. These findings suggest that adjustment may be influenced by the diverse experiences (i.e., provisions) that children encounter in different forms of relationship, and that certain types of relationships may have greater or lesser adaptive significance depending on the adjustment outcome examined. ((c) 1998 APA/PsycINFO, all rights reserved)


Videos

Let’s Get Real, by Women's Educational Media
http://www.groundspark.org/films/letsgetreal/index.html

The Broken Toy, by Tom Brown
http://www.marcoproducts.com/brokentoyvideo.html

Set Straight on Bullies (video), by the National School Safety Center
http://www.nssc1.org/videos/video03.htm
See also, Set Straight on Bullies (book), by the National School Safety Center
http://www.nssc1.org/books/book03.htm

MTV Documentary Series "True Life": Episode titled "School's Out: The Life of a Gay High School in Texas" April 17, 2003 Debut
http://www.mtv.com/onair/truelife/
See also School's Out Additional Information and Resources
http://www.glaad.org/publications/resource_doc_detail.php?id=3362

The Bully Dance, an animated film produced by the National Film Board of Canada in association with UNICEF
http://www.nfb.ca/trouverunfilm/fichefilm.php?id=33918&v=h&lg=en&exp=${Bully}%20AND%20${Dance}

Don’t Laugh at Me, by Operation Respect
http://www.dontlaugh.org/

School Violence – Draw the Line Trainer's Toolkit by Coastal Video Productions
http://www.coastal.com/coastalACB/showdetl.cfm?&DID=7&Product_ID=7182


Other Resources

Grades K-5 Bully Busters: A Teacher's Manual for Helping Bullies, Victims, and Bystanders by Dr. Arthur M. Horne, Dr. Christi L. Bartolomucci, and Dr. Dawn Newman-Carlson
http://www.researchpress.com/product/item/5192/

Teaching to Change LA - School Report Card: Tools for Reducing Violence: An Interview with School Violence Expert Profession Ron Avi Astor
http://tcla.gseis.ucla.edu/reportcard/features/5-6/astor.html

 

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