What to do about (cyber)bullying?
Systemic Intervention and Prevention in Schools
Bullying is an extreme form of aggressive behavior. Aggression, in itself, is not reproachable. It often occurs in the course of human interaction when fundamental needs are violated. If, however, a sincere exchange about it can be undertaken, then aggression can be transformed into a constructive impetus. In the case of mobbing, this is exactly what does not happen; instead, individuals are systematically excluded, denigrated, and dismantled. The expansion of everyday communication into the digital realm has greatly exacerbated the negative impact of mobbing. This handbook represents a most significant source of counsel on an urgently pressing issue. In addition to basic information, teachers receive suggestions in 10 practical projects on how they can deal with the topic of (cyber)mobbing in class.
Here you can find videos and other materials about the practical projects in the handbook.