By Carrie Goldman
Carrie Goldman turned an unforeseen voice for the antibullying circulation after her weblog submit approximately her daughter Katie's bullying adventure went viral and an internet group of aid generated overseas cognizance. In Bullied, Goldman brings jointly the services of major specialists with the candid debts of households dealing firsthand with peer victimization to provide confirmed concepts and urban instruments for educating kids find out how to communicate up and hold themselves with self belief; name one another out on cruelty; get to the bottom of clash; focus on teasing, taunting, actual abuse, and cyberbullying; and be clever shoppers of expertise and media. As a mom, she calls on us all—families, faculties, groups, shops, celebrities, and media—to fiercely study our personal stereotypes and include our joint accountability for making a tradition of recognition and appreciate.
for folks, educators, and a person nonetheless wrestling with earlier reviews of victimization and worry, Bullied is an eye-opening, prescriptive, and finally uplifting consultant to elevating varied, empathetic, tolerant childrens in a being concerned and secure global.
not less than 25 percentage of youngsters were bullied on-line. One in 5 adolescents has been bullied in school. greater than 1/2 bullying behaviors will cease in under ten seconds whilst one other scholar intervenes.
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1979). Joel exhibited successive gesturing, reaching thenheadshaking to an offered object, then reaching again, at 14 months, and simultaneous gesturing, reaching while headshaking, at 15 months. Jean also produced simultaneous gesturing, pointing plus nodding, at 15 months. Carol's only instances of successive gesturing involved pointing, reaching, and waving at 17 months. No examples of successive or simultaneous gesturing were observed on Allen's tapes. In addition, Joel and Jean each displayed evidence of visual perspective-taking at 14 months: Joel rotated a picture book 180 to face his mother, and Jean turned a mirror she had been looking into toward her mother's face.
All disagreements were resolved by consensus. Results Tables 1-3 display the children's production of all three gestures and their characteristics by month. Since the sample is small, the findings will be presented descriptively with frequent recourse to the data in the tables. Characteristics of Gestural Development Despite individual variation in rate of acquisition and amount of production, the children's gestures exhibited consistent patterns of development. All the children acquired open-handed reaching early, by 8 or 9 months.
In this chapter, we summarize research that documents how 9- to 15month-old infants deploy their attention when they use gestures and words with The work reported here was supported in part by the National Science Foundation(BNS-80l2068 and BNS-83007l6). B. Adamson et al. adult and peer partners. In addition, we discuss a study that examines the relationship between object sharing during the preverbal period and variations in early language acquisition. This work supports the view that sharing attention to objects with adults provides infants with a rich context for communication months before infants can routinely coordinate attention to both objects and people.
Bullied: What Every Parent, Teacher, and Kid Needs to Know About Ending the Cycle of Fear by Carrie Goldman