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In an article on September 21, 2011 entitled Relational Aggression, Part 1, I examined the “clique”. By the end of second grade girls begin to form tight knit little groups led by one strong willed young [...]
Two weeks ago I wrote a blog concerning statistics and what students in middle school understand about bullying. Despite having classroom guidance lessons since kindergarten, the students I surveyed in a middle school had limited understanding [...]
We all know that bullying in school has become a problem that is gaining increased press in recent years. At first, much of the outcry against bullying centered on the “part of life” notion that adults are feign to take [...]
Relational Aggression or relational bullying is the most common type of bullying children today deal with. Whether verbal, written or texted, children are exposed to relational aggression daily. Sometimes they are the aggressor, sometimes the receiver [...]
Clique is not a noise you make with your fingers. What is a clique? Girls really hate the word. Ask any group of fourth grade girls and they will tell you: “we don’t have cliques, we [...]