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MANAGING SCHOOL VIOLENCE (4 DVDs and Manual)
From preschool to colleges, this comprehensive program features students, educators, and experts. Learn about effective school violence management, including bullying.
The set consists of four DVD programs and one TRAINING MANUAL
PHYSICAL SAFETY ISSUES
Volume One: Physical Safety Issues. Schools and colleges were never designed to be fortresses against violence. Recent violence either from the outside (intruder) or from within (angry student or staff) however causes concern about physical safety in educational establishments. Topics Include: Metal detectors, Communications Devices, Video Technology, and Crisis Planning. 17 minutes
MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES
Volume Two: Mental Health Issues. Whether it be gang related or the isolated or often teased student, many school violence incidents begin with psychological imbalances. From bullying, teasing, segregation and harassment, how institutions manage mental health issues goes a long way in averting crisis. Caregivers and educators have the opportunity to influence crisis effects even in its aftermath. Topics Include: Recognizing Warning Signs, identifying and Managing Student Groupings, Bullying, teasing and harassment, and Crisis Planning. 36 minutes
SCHOOL SAFETY IN PRE-K AND ELEMENTARY
Volume Three: School Safety in Pre-K & Elementary. This video focuses on safety issues unique with children in daycare centers, head start programs, preschools and elementary schools. These facilities experience violence too, either man-made or nature induced. Caregivers and educators also have to keep bullying, teasing and harassment in check. Topics Include: Conducting drills with young children, Communications (law enforcement, parents, staff, etc), Bullying, teasing and harassment, and Crisis Planning. 18 minutes
STUDENT TAKES ON SCHOOL VIOLENCE
Volume Four: Students Talk. This video begins with student-created and directed satire about their takes on school violence. Each section then features victims of the Columbine School Shooting. As part of their healing process, they share their experience of surviving a school shooting. They also mentor students about the dangers of hating, teasing, gun violence, segregating, bullying and more.