A safe and supportive school environment is necessary for enhancing and nurturing students’ gifts, talents and abilities. Within the last ten years, however, there has been a dramatic increase in violent confrontations within school environments around the world. There is no doubt that the well-being of students is at risk. This article explores the antecedents and etiology of violence and describes psychoeducational intervention and prevention models that can be used to reduce or prevent it. It also focuses on the collaborative roles and functions of Christian educators in significantly reducing the incidence of violence through the implementation of self-enhancing, growthproducing, and character-building programs and activities for students.
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Gabriel, Elvin and Woolford-Hunt, Carole
"Curbing Violence in Schools: Implications for Christian Educators,"
TEACH Journal of Christian Education: Vol. 3
, Article 5.
Available at: http://research.avondale.edu.au/teach/vol3/iss1/5