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Title: Ask the experts: is the bully issue on the rise?
Authors: Swartz, Larry
Keywords: bullying
arts programming
safe school environments
educators
bullies
Barbara Coloroso
Issue Date: Oct-2004
Publisher: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
Series/Report no.: Ask the Experts;
Abstract: Is the Bully Issue On the Rise? Yes …and the reason is we are not providing our children with the resources they need to build healthy relationships. A new Orbit issue helps us identify the bullies and teach the bullied how to cope with it...Larry Swartz is an instructor in the Elementary Pre-service Program at OISE/UT and the Principal of Dramatic Arts Additional Qualifications courses at OISE/UT. He is frequently called upon to share his expertise with children's literature, classroom talk, and anti-bullying strategies.
Description: Video series produced by the Education Commons, OISE/UT
URI: http://aries.oise.utoronto.ca/experts/october2004/lswartz300.mov
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http://hdl.handle.net/1807/2996
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