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Using Social Emotional Learning to Prevent School Violence
A Reference and Activity Guide




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ISBN 9781032200958
May 10, 2022 Forthcoming by Routledge
184 Pages

 
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Book Description

Using Social Emotional Learning to Prevent School Violence is an essential resource that seeks to close the existing gap in literature on ways to mitigate school violence, as well as to advocate for the integration of social emotional learning in schools.

In an effort to create culturally responsive, student-centered, and secure school environments, this book outlines strategies that highlight the importance of collaboration between critical stakeholders in identifying and mitigating bullying, assisting students struggling with relationship building skills, grief and loss, anger; particularly those that demonstrate the need for power and control or the desire for retaliation. Mental health issues are also taken into consideration. Proactive responses and best practices are exemplifed in order to equip struggling students with resources that foster their wellbeing and success. Dr. Paolini draws upon extensive research in her depiction of school violence in America’s education system and designs lesson plans and activities that address and align with each of the social emotional learning core competencies for both elementary and secondary school counselors.

This book will be of interest to critical stakeholders in P-12 settings as well as those in higher education, particularly as a resource for graduate students training to become transformative school counselors.

Table of Contents

1. The ASCA National Model  2. The School Counselor’s Role: Importance of Creating a Safe School Climate and Fostering Positive Relationships with Students  3. Bullying  4. Cyberbullying  5. Parental Involvement  6. Mental Health in Schools  7. School Violence: Background Information  8. Reasons for Increased School Violence  9. Impact of School Violence on Students and Stakeholders  10. Role of Stakeholders in Mitigating School Violence  11. Social Emotional Learning Overview  12. Significance of Social Emotional Learning  13 Social Emotional Learning and Reducing School Violence  14. SEL Schoolwide Programs 15. SEL Counseling Interventions and Activities: Classroom/Small Group/Individual Counseling: Self-Awareness  16. SEL Counseling Interventions and Activities: Classroom/Small Group/Individual Counseling: Self-Management  17. SEL Counseling Interventions and Activities: Classroom/Small Group/Individual Counseling: Social Awareness  18: SEL Counseling Interventions and Activities: Classroom/Small Group/Individual Counseling: Relationship Skills  19. SEL Counseling Interventions and Activities: Classroom/Small Group/Individual Counseling: Responsible Decision Making  20. The End. Or The New Beginning

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Biography

Allison Paolini is an Assistant Professor of Counselor Education and is the Director of the MSE School Counseling Program at Arkansas State University in Arkansas, USA.