The Journal of Special Education Apprenticeship
Bullying is a prevalent problem in school systems in the United States and abroad. This literature review focuses on elementary school-based bullying interventions for students published between 2005-2012. Ten studies reviewed included students from the first grade through the eighth grade from five countries. There were many common themes among successful bullying interventions including: (a) teacher training, (b) school-wide interventions, (c) social skills training in the classroom, (d) homework as a follow up to instruction, and (e) the incorporation of storybooks. Implications for practice and future research directions are shared.
Goodman, Jennifer; Medaris, Jessica; Verity, Kimberley; and Hott, Brittany
"A Synthesis of International School-based Bullying Interventions,"
The Journal of Special Education Apprenticeship: Vol. 2:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/josea/vol2/iss2/3