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Creating Emotionally Safe Schools

Creating Emotionally Safe Schools Author Jane Bluestein
ISBN-10 1558748148
Release 2001-08-01
Pages 500
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Something is terribly wrong with our schools. How did a place that should be a sanctuary for kids becomes a source of fear and intimidation? What has happened? In Creating Emotionally Safe Schools, Jane Bluestein offers a plan to return schools to havens of nurturing and learning. She examines environmental, historical, developmental, psychological, sociological, interpersonal, instructional and administrative factors that contribute to the emotional climate of an educational institution. This is a comprehensive view of what makes a school feel the way it feels, and what we can do to make it feel safe for every child-and every adult-who walks through its doors. Emotional safety has many dimensions, such as: the impact of the family and early development, childhood stress and coping, the changing role of the school, acceptance and emotional support, respect and belonging, temperament and labels, gangs and violence, instructional strategies, learning styles and multiple intelligences, teacher training and support, and the inherent need for a sense of community. The message Jane Bluestein brings is positive: information, programs and solutions are available that can ultimately make our schools inviting, inspiring, and, yes-safe. Includes: Comprehensive list of references and resources Complete index



Education for a Change

Education for a Change Author Titus Alexander
ISBN-10 9781134312313
Release 2004-11-30
Pages 236
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This challenging, hard-hitting book is about making schooling relevant to modern society. It starts from the premise that our present education system is ill equipped to serve students and society in the twenty-first century. In a series of positive yet powerful and provocative chapters, the authors look at critical issues shaping schools today, with a view to: * set out the critical issues behind the headlines * show evidence from research and examples of good practice * stimulate public debate and rigorous thinking about how we educate children for life in the twenty-first century * provide practical examples of learning for the future * present a vision for school transformation. With contributions from a range of leading commentators including Tim Brighouse, Jonathan Poritt, Anita Roddick, Charles Handy and Jonathan Sacks, this is a must-read for school leaders, teachers, policy-makers, parents and all education professionals.



Virtue Based Restorative Discipline

Virtue Based Restorative Discipline Author Lynne M. Lang
ISBN-10 9781612783383
Release 2013-06-21
Pages 192
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"This faith-filled approach to addressing bullying and other disruptive behaviors stands as an exemplary model for our parishes, homes and schools." - The Most Reverend Robert J. Carlson, Archbishop of St. Louis An age-old problem is now a golden opportunity! From inspiring kids to performing simple acts of kindness, to helping teachers recognize warning signs, to empowering parents, Virtue-Based Restorative Discipline helps put an end to bullying issues and restores a safe, positive, and welcoming environment for all. Designed to decrease anti-social behaviors and increase faith practices, this unique program, as developed in the Archdiocese of St. Louis, moves away from punitive methods of dealing with anti-social behavior, getting to the root cause of the issue. Lays a foundation of spirituality for parents and kids Educates children on virtues and integrates them as part of the solution Strengthens relationships with God and others Creates high accountability and high responsibility for solving conflicts. "We are encouraged by the changes we have seen in adults and students as we strengthen Catholic identity." -- George Henry, Superintendent for Catholic Education, Archdiocese of St. Louis "When I hear my students tell me they see me showing virtue in an action, I know they understand, even as young as second grade." Nina Ashby, Teacher, Holy Trinity School "It is a program on bullying, yet we're truly working to grow in faith and love. Well worth it!" -- Ben H., Parent at St. Peter School, Kirkwood, MO "I get to do something that makes me think about my actions and help others to learn from my mistakes. I hardly ever get in trouble anymore." -- Juan, an 8th grader at Holy Trinity School Lynne Lang is director of school climate for the Archdiocese of St. Louis. An experienced Catholic educator and author, she has worked for 15 years in the fields of violence prevention, health education and curriculum development.



Leading Dynamic Schools

Leading Dynamic Schools Author Sharon F. Rallis
ISBN-10 9781412915564
Release 2008
Pages 121
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Helps educational leaders create a dialogue that represents all stakeholders, define relevant policies that are ethically sound, and integrate legally mandated policies with schoolwide resolutions.



The Active Classroom Field Book

The Active Classroom Field Book Author Ron Nash
ISBN-10 9781412981323
Release 2010-07-23
Pages 130
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Expanding on the strategies in The Active Classroom, Nash shares the stories of teachers who have successfully implemented active teaching methods in their classrooms to engage students in learning.



Library Journal

Library Journal Author
ISBN-10 IND:30000080942711
Release 2001
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Teaching Learning in College

Teaching   Learning in College Author Gary S. Wheeler
ISBN-10 PSU:000056245714
Release 2002
Pages 211
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Teaching Learning in College has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Teaching Learning in College also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Teaching Learning in College book for free.



Creating Emotionally Literate Classrooms

Creating Emotionally Literate Classrooms Author Marc A Brackett
ISBN-10 1934032182
Release 2011-01-01
Pages 123
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A research-based, field-tested program that enhances academic achievement and social competence with developmentally appropriate lessons that are integrated across the curriculum for K-5. The methodology accommodates all learning styles, with six concrete "how to" steps for quick and easy implementation. It also comes with the reproducible materials for student use, as well as supporting teacher materials.



The Perfection Deception

The Perfection Deception Author Jane Bluestein
ISBN-10 9780757318269
Release 2015-08-25
Pages 312
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When Dr. Jane Bluestein would tell someone that she just finished writing a book on perfectionism, the common reaction was a blank stare followed by the question, 'What's wrong with perfectionism?' Indeed, most people mistakenly confuse perfectionism with a healthy striving for excellence—but there is a big difference. One can lead to great achievement (or at least great learning) and the other is a psychological wound, the voice of the inner critic that screams 'failure,' 'loser,' or 'fraud,' regardless of the authenticity of our efforts, progress, or success. Over the years, Dr. Bluestein has seen the toxic and corrosive effects of perfectionism on people's thinking, their bodies, their relationships, their work, and their sense of worth: now she exposes the truth: perfectionism is actually a mask for a fear of making mistakes, a desperate need to avoid negative judgments and rejection. For those who are bound by the impossible demands of perfectionism and those who feel bound by someone else's perfectionistic standards, Dr. Bluestein emphatically shows that perfectionism is not a good thing, and it's not remotely the same as doing your best. Through personal interviews and the latest research, she explores how our culture fuels the dysfunction, how perfectionism develops, and how it can hurt our physical, mental, and social well-being. Further, she provides practical strategies for moving toward authenticity and wholeness to live with confidence, self-fulfillment, and happiness.



YC Young Children

YC Young Children Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105121751072
Release 2005
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The Win win Classroom

The Win win Classroom Author Jane Bluestein
ISBN-10 9781412965033
Release 2009
Pages 72
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Use this guide to provide teachers with focused training on building student accountability, ending power struggles with kids, and encouraging student cooperation, motivation, self-management, and on-task behavior.



Cassette Books

Cassette Books Author Library of Congress. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105122903383
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A Case Study Approach to Classroom Management

A Case Study Approach to Classroom Management Author Richard T. Scarpaci
ISBN-10 UVA:X004899051
Release 2007
Pages 235
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This text uses an interactive case study approach to guide students in understanding and implementing an effective classroom management program and is focused on turning sound theories into practice. The approach used is called the IOSIE method (Identifying the problem, deciding on the Objectives, developing a potential Solution, and Implementing it, and finally Evaluating the results). This is essentially a case study approach to classroom management for behavioral analysis. The steps involved in using this model are detailed in the text so that students will understand the conceptual foundations of classroom management in addition to knowing how to react to a range of cases and problems.



Creating Safe Schools

Creating Safe Schools Author Franklin P. Schargel
ISBN-10 9781317820697
Release 2014-03-21
Pages 162
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Students, parents, and school staff deserve a safe learning environment. Yet recent headlines of violence, bullying, and drug abuse have shown the vulnerability of schools. In this timely and important resource, leading expert Franklin Schargel provides leaders, teachers, counselors, parents, and students with the necessary information to address and diminish safety problems in schools. Creating Safe Schools explores the background and data about the severity of safety issues facing schools today and also provides the strategies and tools to address them. Clearly organized according to issue, this book allows for easy reference and is packed with tools, activities, checklists, strategies, and tips. Coverage includes: Bullying Driving Drugs, Alcohol, and Tobacco Internet Safety Violent School Incidents Sexual Activity Suicide Truancy/Suspension Youth Gambling This important resource will help educators prevent violence from happening in their schools and provide children with a safe and secure learning environment. Helpful templates and additional resources for educators and parents are available as free downloads at www.routledge.com/9780415734790.



Creating Schools That Heal

Creating Schools That Heal Author Lesley Koplow
ISBN-10 9780807774632
Release 2015
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“Lesley Koplow’s well-examined truths uncover an image of intimacy between teacher and child sorely needed in our schools. Her ‘emotionally responsive’ teacher is the pivot for a classroom community that visibly supports and honors it’s members in the great variety of their lives. ‘What stands in the way?’ is the question Ms. Koplow courageously answers.” —Vivian Gussin Paley, author of In Mrs. Tulley’s Room: A Childcare Portrait In a world where children are beset by violence and stress, Lesley Koplow provides educators with clear, level-headed advice on how to construct therapeutic learning environments for all children. This is a book about integrating preventive mental health practice into public schools (preschool through grade 5). Koplow, a psychotherapist, discusses the mandate for violence prevention and offers an intervention framework for teachers, administrators, and school-based clinicians who want to improve the emotional climate in their school. This important and timely volume: Helps educators read the signs of distress or problematic social/emotional development as they are likely to manifest themselves in the school setting.Introduces a practice model that calls for strengthened teacher-child connections.Addresses, in separate chapters, the roles of the teacher, principal, and school-based clinician, providing guidance and effective strategies for each.Demonstrates that interventions can be done effectively by existing school personnel.Describes a project to facilitate teacher gathering of psycho-social history that can be used to inform constructive curricular practice.Poses compelling questions for policymakers, including concerns about the effect that the current focus on standards and test scores is having on the emotional tone of schools.Includes a chapter addressing what we’ve learned from the recent tragic events of September 11th in New York City.



Boys and Girls Learn Differently A Guide for Teachers and Parents

Boys and Girls Learn Differently  A Guide for Teachers and Parents Author Michael Gurian
ISBN-10 047094059X
Release 2010-08-26
Pages 400
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A thoroughly revised edition of the classic resource for understanding gender differences in the classroom In this profoundly significant book, author Michael Gurian has revised and updated his groundbreaking book that clearly demonstrated how the distinction in hard-wiring and socialized gender differences affects how boys and girls learn. Gurian presents a proven method to educate our children based on brain science, neurological development, and chemical and hormonal disparities. The innovations presented in this book were applied in the classroom and proven successful, with dramatic improvements in test scores, during a two-year study that Gurian and his colleagues conducted in six Missouri school districts. Explores the inherent differences between the developmental neuroscience of boys and girls Reveals how the brain learns Explains when same sex classrooms are appropriate, and when they’re not This edition includes new information on a wealth of topics including how to design the ultimate classroom for kids in elementary, secondary, middle, and high school.



Homeschooling for Success

Homeschooling for Success Author Rebecca Kochenderfer
ISBN-10 9780446556958
Release 2009-02-28
Pages 304
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This practical, hands-on guide from the No. 1 homeschooling Web site gives readers everything they need to create a customized education plan that works with children's unique intelligence and learning style. Veteran homeschoolers and interested newcomers alike can benefit. (July)