Resources

Resources

Fighting Antisemitism Together

The two weblinks below are for Choose Your Voice, an antiracism and anti-Semitism education program.  It is curriculum-based for students in grades 6 through 10 and fits into Safe Schools Policies, Character Education and anti-bullying programs.

http://www.chooseyourvoice.ca/
www.choisissezvotrevoix.com

Books & Other Select References:

Supporting Transgender and Transsexual students in K-12 Schools, the fifth publication in an educational series designed to assist teachers, administrators and counselors in understanding sexual and gender minority issues. Authored by Dr. Kristopher Wells, Gayle Roberts and Carol Allan, the 57-page guidebook aims to demystify gender variance and provide evidence-based information for educators wishing to create caring, respectful and safe learning environments for all students.
The per unit cost is $5 (bulk order discounts will apply) and is available for online ordering: http://www.ctf-fce.ca/catalogue/default.aspx?lang=EN

Child Online Safety: Global Challenges and Strategies, UNICEF Office of Research Innocenti (December 2011), online: http://www.unicef.ca/sites/default/files/imce_uploads/TAKE%20ACTION/ADVOCATE/DOCS/Child_Safety_online_Globa_challenges_and_strategies.pdf

Promoting Social and Emotional Learning: Guidelines for Educators, Maurice J Elias, ed (Association for Supervision & Curriculum, 1997)

Parry Aftab, publications: http://www.aftab.com/index.php?page=cyberbullying

Barbara Coloroso, The bully, the bullied and the bystander : from pre-school to high school : how parents and teachers can help break the cycle of violence, (Toronto; Harper Collins, 2002)

Wendy Craig, publications: http://www.queensu.ca/psychology/People/Faculty/Wendy-Craig.html

Kate Hammer, “This is What Bullying Feels Like” The Globe and Mail (2 December 2011), online: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/this-is-what-bullying-feels-like/article2259123/

Keith Hampton et al, “Social networking sites and our lives” (16 June 2011) Pew Internet, online: http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2011/Technology-and-social-networks/Summary.aspx

Barbara Kaiser & Judy Sklar Rasminsky, Challenging Behaviour in Young Children: Understanding, Preventing and Responding Effectively, (Allyn & Bacon, 2006)

Larry Magid, “Digital Citizenship Includes Rights as Well as Responsibilities” (7 November 2010) Huff Post Tech Canada, online: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/larry-magid/digital-citizenship-inclu_b_780127.html

Faye Mishna, publications: http://www.socialwork.utoronto.ca/faculty/bios/mishna.htm

Faye Mishna et al, “The ongoing problem of bullying in Canada: A ten year perspective” (2010) 12:2 Canadian Social Work 43.

Jason, Ohler, “Character Education for the Digital Age” (February 2011) , online: http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/feb11/vol68/num05/Character-Education-for-the-Digital-Age.aspx

Debra Pepler, publications: http://www.yorku.ca/health/people/index.php?dept=&mid=3992

Eric M Roher, An Educator’s Guide to Violence in Schools (Aurora, Aurora Professional Press, 1997)

Eric M Roher, “Sexting and Teenagers: OMG What R U Thinking?” (2011) Principal Connections 32

Shaheen Shariff, publications: http://people.mcgill.ca/shaheen.shariff/?View=Publications

Susan W Swearer, “Five Myths About Bullying” (30 December 2010), online: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/12/30/AR2010123001751.html

Kate Waters, “Overcoming Legal barriers to Using Restorative Practices in Ontario Schools” in The Rocky Road Ahead: Balancing Competing Interests ed Roderick C Flynn (CAPSLE; Calgary, 2010) at 247.

“Best Practices in Public Education Across Canada: Lester B. Pearson School Board‟s Digital Citizenship Project” CSBA, online: http://cdnsba.org/all/education-in-canada/best-practices-in-public-education-across-canada-lester-b-pearson-school-boards-digital-citizenship-project

“You Received a “Sext,” Now What? Advice for Teens” (22 February 2011) Cyberbullying Research Center, online: http://cyberbullying.us/blog/you-received-a-sext-now-what-advice-for-teens.html