Often when we discuss bullying, we’re only touching the surface-never getting enough to grasp these issues. The Bullying Resolution Model does just that, as an intervention medium, to affect the change of low-level violence in schools. It shows facilitators a comprehensive five-cycle approach that promotes bullying de-escalation and resolution. The model components (bullying roles, bullying type, collaborative involvement, instructive and corrective intervention as well new skill acquisition) operate on the concept of dynamic and synergistic method. Primarily, the Bullying Resolution model is dynamic. The full energy and characteristics of its driving forces produce or undergo change and development for the conflicted parties who engage.
The bullying model components can address multi-level conflicts ranging from minor inappropriateness to a server or even complex dilemmas. With concise, easy- to- follow guidelines, “The Bullying Phenomenon” homes in on a crucial hot-button issue that continues to plague all levels of education. The authors live in Chicago. To learn more, please contact the authors at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.bullyphenomenon.com, to purchase previously published material: By Dwayne Ruffin, Ed.D. “The Bullying Phenomenon Breaking the Cycle (book)” ISBN: 978-1-5127-7349-1; ISBN: 978-1-5127-7348-4; ISBN: 978-1-5127-7347-7 Available at Westbow Press Online Bookstore, Barnes & Noble and Amazon