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High Risk Children In Schools

High Risk Children In Schools Author Robert Pianta
ISBN-10 9781317795568
Release 2014-06-03
Pages 198
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High Risk Children in Schools offers a way for psychologists and educators to see and talk about the growing population of "at-risk" children--those likely to fail at formal schooling--while helping to redefine the relationship between schools and families. Using systems theory and developmental psychology, the authors present a new framework for the study and education of children who are at-risk. This framework--the Contextual Systems Model--creates a dialogue between the child and schooling through which meaning, goals, and experiences are shared and accepted.



Students at risk in at risk schools

Students at risk in at risk schools Author Hersholt C. Waxman
ISBN-10 UOM:39015029195099
Release 1992-02-19
Pages 275
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What can educational leaders and teachers do to assist at-risk students? This volume examines educators' responsibility for students who fail, the dropout issue and school reform; contributors also explore learning differences, technologies available for learning, effective classroom environments, specific methods for improving leadership, training programmes for education professionals and action plans for quality education.



Handbook for Working with Children and Youth

Handbook for Working with Children and Youth Author Michael Ungar
ISBN-10 9781452214658
Release 2005-05-11
Pages 552
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The Handbook For Working With Children & Youth: Pathways To Resilience Across Cultures and Contexts examines lives lived well despite adversity. Calling upon some of the most progressive thinkers in the field, it presents a groundbreaking collection of original writing on the theories, methods of study, and interventions to promote resilience. Unlike other works that have left largely unquestioned their own culture-bound interpretations of the ways children and youth survive and thrive, this volume explores the multiple paths children follow to health and well-being in diverse national and international settings. It demonstrates the connection between social and political health resources and addresses the more immediate concerns of how those who care for children create the physical, emotional, and spiritual environments in which resilience is nurtured.



Assessment for Intervention

Assessment for Intervention Author Rachel Brown-Chidsey
ISBN-10 9781606237458
Release 2005-04-04
Pages 382
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Problem-solving-based assessment has been recognized as a cornerstone of improved educational outcomes for all children, yet until now no single resource has focused on the full range of problem-solving-based approaches. This book fills a crucial need by bringing together leaders in the field to review the state of the science and provide a handy primer on practice. Presented are a conceptual framework and up-to-date tools for identifying and remediating the many environmental factors that may contribute to academic, emotional, or behavioral difficulties. Coverage includes problem-solving-based applications of such methods as interviews, observations, rating scales, curriculum-based measurement, functional behavioral assessment, and published tests.



Strategies for Teaching Boys and Girls Elementary Level

Strategies for Teaching Boys and Girls    Elementary Level Author Michael Gurian
ISBN-10 1118041143
Release 2010-12-15
Pages 216
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In his best-selling classic Boys and Girls LearnDifferently, Michael Gurian explained the origin and nature ofgender differences in the classroom. His important book exploredthe behavior teachers observed and the challenges they faced withboth boys and girls in their classrooms. Taking the next step,Strategies for Teaching Boys?Elementary Level: A Workbook forEducators and Girls offers teachers a hands-on resource thatdraws on the Gurian Institute's research and training withelementary schools and school districts. The workbook presentspractical strategies, lessons, and activities that have beenfield-tested in real classrooms and developed to harness boys' andgirls' unique strengths. The workbook is designed to help teachers build a solidfoundation of learning and study habits that their students can usein the classroom and at home. It covers the key curricular areasand offers proven techniques to make learning, no matter what thesubject, more engaging for all students. The workbook is an essential resource for all teachers who wantto improve their practice and get the most from allstudents?whatever their gender.



Bringing Children to Literacy

Bringing Children to Literacy Author Bill Harp
ISBN-10 UOM:39015033977672
Release 1993-01-01
Pages 211
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Bringing Children to Literacy has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Bringing Children to Literacy also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Bringing Children to Literacy book for free.



School Psychology Review

School Psychology Review Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015066004667
Release 2004
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School Psychology Review has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from School Psychology Review also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full School Psychology Review book for free.



Education for a Civil Society

Education for a Civil Society Author Dan Gartrell
ISBN-10 1928896871
Release 2012
Pages 169
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Focuses on early childhood education for the hope of creating and sustaining a more civil society. The democratic life skills are: 1) Finding acceptance as a member of the group and as a worthy individual; 2) Expressing strong emotions in non-hurting ways; 3) Solving problems creatively, individually and in cooperation with others; 4) Accepting unique human qualities in others; 5) Thinking intelligently and ethically.



Handbook of School Family Partnerships

Handbook of School Family Partnerships Author Sandra L. Christenson
ISBN-10 9781135892586
Release 2010-06-10
Pages 544
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Family-school partnerships are increasingly touted as a means of improving both student and school improvement. This recognition has led to an increase in policies and initiatives that offer the following benefits: improved communication between parents and educators; home and school goals that are mutually supportive and shared; better understanding of the complexities impinging on children’s development; and pooling of family and school resources to find and implement solutions to shared goals. This is the first comprehensive review of what is known about the effects of home-school partnerships on student and school achievement. It provides a brief history of home-school partnerships, presents evidence-based practices for working with families across developmental stages, and provides an agenda for future research and policy. Key features include: provides comprehensive, cross-disciplinary coverage of theoretical issues and research concerning family-school partnerships. describes those aspects of school-family partnerships that have been adequately researched and promotes their implementation as evidence-based interventions. charts cutting-edge research agendas & methods for exploring school-family partnerships. charts the implications such research has for training, policy and practice especially regarding educational disparities. This book is appropriate for researchers, instructors, and graduate students in the following areas: school counseling, school psychology, educational psychology, school leadership, special education, and school social work. It is also appropriate for the academic libraries serving these audiences.



Mapping risks in education

Mapping risks in education Author Keffrelyn Denise Brown
ISBN-10 WISC:89094347648
Release 2006
Pages 338
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Findings suggest that "risk" plays a pivotal role in how academic achievement is understood and acted on in education sites. However, contrary to perspectives suggesting "risk" and the deployment of the category of the "at-risk" student operate in a universal and entirely problematic manner, this study illustrates the complicated, complex and contextual ways these notions emerge. While engaging in risk discourse---or identifying those students presumed more likely than their peers to experience low academic achievement---is seen as necessary to remedy students' academic needs, this process simultaneously may rely on stereotypical and/or racist beliefs about students and thus, limit its effectiveness. Yet at the same time, who gets categorized as "at-risk" depends on markers that converge and diverge from entrenched societal constructions of normality. These findings, coupled with the complex, yet still seemingly deficit explanations used to account for low academic achievement suggest the need to illuminate and challenge the multiple configurations of knowledge about risk and academic achievement that inform teacher practice.



Psychological portraits of adolescents

Psychological portraits of adolescents Author Carol J. Eagle
ISBN-10 UOM:39015032738612
Release 1994-01
Pages 305
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In order to make a complete and accurate psychological analysis of an adolescent, the psychologist must understand the clinical interpretations of psychological test performance in light of the adolescent's development. Psychological Portraits of Adolescents demonstrates how psychological test materials are analyzed and integrated according to developmental expectations. Using their extensive experience testing young people, Eagle and Schwartz give detailed interpretations of the results of several classic psychological tests such as the Wechsler Intelligence Scales, the Bender-Gestalt, the Rorshach, and figure drawing. The book begins at the point after the tests have been administered and scored, and it examines the psychological growth of adolescents from ages twelve to twenty-one through the interpretation of the psychological test data. Eagle and Schwartz provide actual test data based on thirty years of testing thousands of adolescents in school settings, guidance clinics, psychiatric hospitals, private treatment, and research programs. For each age group, the authors provide a picture of the normal developmental level and test results, with an explanation of how to evaluate degrees of deviance from normal expectations. This approach will assist clinical psychologists working with adolescents to better understand the psychological testing of adolescents and the data found in psychological reports. The authors use an ego psychological model reduced to four functional dimensions: cognition, dynamics, defenses, and affect. The relationship between these different areas of functioning and the test data are detailed, so the reader can appreciate how the diagnostic profile is determined by the data. Each diagnosis is explained in terms of the test data and its DSM III-R equivalent. Psychological Portraits of Adolescents provides an innovative framework that child and forensic psychiatrists and school psychologists can use to integrate psychological test results and apply them through all stages of development. Anyone involved in the testing of adolescents or relying on the results of such testing will find this book invaluable.



The Transition to Kindergarten

The Transition to Kindergarten Author Robert C. Pianta
ISBN-10 1557663998
Release 1999
Pages 395
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In this issues-focused book, the experts explore the research on early schooling and reexamine educational beliefs, policies, and practices relating to the first years of school. Scholars, researchers, and other professionals will learn about readiness assessment, cultural diversity, entrance ages, children with disabilities, grade retention, children in poverty, classroom structure, personnel preparation, and family-school-community partnerships. In this resource that investigates the kindergarten issue with academic rigor, professionals will discover why early school transitions need to be improved and how these critical transitions affect children's future educational success.



Critical Issues in Early Childhood Professional Development

Critical Issues in Early Childhood Professional Development Author Martha J. Zaslow
ISBN-10 1557668256
Release 2006
Pages 412
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Effective teaching leads to positive student outcomes, and professional development for early childhood teachers is key to improving both. But what exactly do we mean by 2professional development3? What effect does it have on school readiness? Which models and approaches really work? This is the book the early childhood field needs to take the crucial first steps toward definitive answers. Top experts in early childhood education help readers: define professional development; examine research across a range of settings Head Start, public preschools, private programs on professional development and school readiness; consider both the extent and the content of professional development; learn from detailed explorations of promising professional development models; investigate key economic considerations and policy implications; identify areas for further exploration.



Social Relationships and Peer Support

Social Relationships and Peer Support Author Rachel Janney
ISBN-10 1557668213
Release 2006
Pages 192
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Positive, mutually supportive relationships among students with and without disabilities are a critical part of inclusive schooling - they improve students' social skills and help boost academic achievement. Educators will foster these meaningful relationships with the revised and updated edition of Social Relationships and Peer Support. This second edition is enhanced throughout with new information on legislative changes, thoroughly updated references, new peer support guidelines for middle and high school, and ready-to-use strategies on everything from teaching social skills to making peer instruction work.



Sociocultural Factors in Social Relationships

Sociocultural Factors in Social Relationships Author Lilia D. Monzó
ISBN-10 UCSC:32106016227487
Release 2001
Pages 17
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More Strategies for Educating Everybody s Children

More Strategies for Educating Everybody s Children Author Robert W. Cole
ISBN-10 0871205017
Release 2001-01-01
Pages 151
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Provides nearly seventy teaching strategies directed to meet the needs of minority, homeless, and immigrant students and includes techniques for teaching science, geography, civics, and history at every grade level and for all types of learners.



Success for all

Success for all Author Yanyu Zhou
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105131636172
Release 2008-10
Pages 278
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"Success for All provides a detailed account of an educational experiment in a middle school in Shanghai, China. The school, Zhabei No, 8 Middle School, is located in a run-down, lower working class district. Since the mid-1980s the school has experimented on an educational reform program called success education, aiming to help those at-risk students to be successful in school. This book illustrates how this educational experiment has been carried out and to identify experiences that could be learned by the international educational community." "The book analyzes the critical role played by Principal Liu Jinghai, and particular attention is paid to the strategies adopted by the school to help enhance students' self-esteem through integrating love and care throughout the school's curriculum and activities. The pivotal roles played by teachers called "class directors" are meticulously studied, and efforts the school has made to collaborate with parents and the local community are examined."--BOOK JACKET.