Bullying in Schools – Preview

Bullying in Schools – An Effective Anti-Bullying Resource – Two DVDs
“Six Methods of Intervention” and “Healing Circles”, each contain additional information and discussion guides for use in a classroom or workshop setting.

Bullying in schools is a common problem among children in school and causes immense distress to all those affected by an incident – stakeholders include both victims and offenders, their peers, parents and the wider community. These two videos are designed for the whole school community and are effective tools in Anti-Bullying Programs

Dr. Ken Rigby presents “Six Methods of Intervention”, where he gives clear, practical guidance , showing the advantages and weaknesses of each method – The Disciplinary Approach, Restorative Justice, Strengthening the Victim, Student Mediation, The Support Group Method, The Method of Shared Concern.

The award-winning video, “Healing Circles”, presents a restorative justice model which is adaptable to the needs of distinct communities and will help build support and increase participation in Anti-Bullying Programs.

Laughter through Tears – PREVIEW

No one understands the subtleties of the human condition like Chekhov does. This DVD contains three short stories Chekhov wrote to help to pay for his education in medical school under his nom de plume Antosha Chekhonte – Tears The World Cannot See, The Diplomat, and A Tripping Tongue. Adapted for the screen by Creative Producer/Director Michael Witta.

Suggested Subject Areas for Educators:
Literary Theory and Criticism, History of Literature, Russian/Slavic Studies, Theatre Studies. A detailed Teacher’s Guide is included in the DVD