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Teasing and Bullying: 
Unacceptable Behaviour Program (TAB)

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Last updated on
February 10, 2011


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Reviewer Comments

"...an excellent program especially well-suited to support children who are different for some reason and find themselves tormented by their peers."
Debra Pepler, PhD, LaMarsh Centre for Research on Violence and Conflict Resolution, York University.

"...an ideal component for inclusion in a school-wide social skills training program ... can serve as a valuable and practical stand-alone program for any elementary teacher..."
Jaan Pill, grade 4 teacher and co-founder of the Canadian Association of People Who Stutter (CAPS).

"...[TAB] will become a classic resource for teachers and other professionals who need clear and concise steps for dealing with the complex issues related to 'differences'..."
Rosalee Shenker, PhD, Montreal Fluency Centre, McGill University.

"...[TAB] meets an ever increasing need for those of us who work with people who stutter ... provides practical, well structured procedures."
Gyndon Riley, PhD, California State University and Jeanna Riley, PhD, Riley Speech and Language Institute, Tustin, California.

"...here for the first time is a program that helps teachers, speech pathologists and youngsters who stutter examine teasing and bullying ... the video and materials [are] valuable in guiding students from new insights to constructive changes in feelings and behaviour."
Hugo Gregory, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Northwestern University.

"...[TAB] is phenomenal. A very effective tool. Scenarios were excellent. A real awakening."
Councillors and teachers in 26 Red Deer elementary schools.




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