A Story of Bullying in School & Ways to Stop It.
About the Book
This book teaches children about bullying and ways to stop it. It provides colorful illustrations of the characteristics of the bully, bully-victim, victim and bystander, as well as some activities that can be implemented at the school by the building principal to stop bullying. The book intends to capture children’s imagination while developing their ability to learn and understand what to do when bullied. Children can read the stories in Jacob’s Dream and color the illustrations on each page, which further enhances the learning process. The book will be especially useful for elementary teachers as they can use the book to build student awareness of bullying and apply learning to practice.
About the Author
Ronald Holmes is president and publisher of The Holmes Education Post, an education focused Internet newspaper. He publishes weekly articles on educational issues and offers unique, researched based solutions, perspectives, best practices, and resources to improve public education. Ronald Holmes earned a PhD in educational leadership, a MED in educational administration and supervision and a BS in business education from Florida A&M University. He also earned a MED in business education from Bowling Green State University. He is a former teacher, school administrator, and district superintendent.