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Seven Keys to a Positive Learning Environment in Your Classroom.
Acknowledgments -- Table of Contents -- About the Author -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 -- Chapter 2 -- Chapter 3 -- Chapter 4 -- Chapter 5 -- Chapter 6 -- Chapter 7 -- Chapter 8 -- Epilogue -- References and Resources -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Problem children--Behavior modification.;
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Why Can't My Child Behave? [electronic resource] : Empathic Parenting Strategies that Work for Adoptive and Foster Families by Elliott, Amber.;
Why Can't MyChild Behave?Empathic Parenting Strategies that Workfor Adoptive and Foster Families; Foreword; Chapter 1: 'I've Tried Everything! Why Isn't It Working?'; The long answer…; A couple of clarifications; The importance of getting it right; What's wrong with reward-punishment strategies?: 'old logic glasses'; So why are the 'old logic glasses' so commonly used?; The science behind the 'new logic glasses'; 'But won't he think he can get away with murder if I don't put in boundaries?'; Put simply…; You already know the answers!; The short answer…What is empathic behaviour management (EBM)?Chapter 2: The Importance of Carers' Emotions; 'Why are we talking about me? Just tell me what to do with my child!'; Empathy is the key; Why empathy can be so difficult; How to deal with your negative feelings in the moment; Compassion fatigue: 'I couldn't do what you've done!'; When two worlds collide; Your support; Why is damaged empathy so difficult to acknowledge?; What are the consequences of waning empathy?; 'I don't recognise myself'/'I've turned into my mother!'; Chapter 3: Attention-Seeking Versus Attachment-Seeking'Ignore him, he's just attention-seeking'Why do babies seek attachment?; What is attachment-seeking?; Attachment-seeking and you; Reward-punishment responses to attachment-seeking; Empathic behaviour management strategies; Chapter 4: The Red Mist; What is the red mist?; Typical reward-punishment strategies for rage outbursts; Making sense of rage outbursts; Rage outbursts and you; Consequences of not responding empathically to rage outbursts; Empathic behaviour management strategies: rage outbursts; Chapter 5: The Girl in a Bubble; Introduction to the 'zoning out' phenomenonWhat is zoning out?Typical strategies; Making sense of zoning out; Consequences of not responding empathically to zoning out; Empathic behaviour management strategies: zoning out; Chapter 6: The High-Energy Child; Examples; Typical reward-punishment strategies for high-energy children; Making sense of energetic children; Consequences of using reward-punishment thinking with high-energy children; Empathic behaviour management strategies for high-energy children; Chapter 7: Wrestling for Control; Examples of controlling behaviour; Other examples; Typical strategiesMaking sense of the need for controlConsequences of using reward-punishment thinking with children who control; Empathic behaviour management strategies for children who control; Chapter 8: Lying; Examples; Promoting a useful image; Protective denial; Carers' reactions and typical strategies; Understanding the need to 'lie'; Consequences of using reward-punishment strategies with children's 'lies'; Empathic behaviour management strategies for children who lie; Chapter 9: Sexualised Behaviour; Examples of sexualised behaviour; Sexualised behaviour towards adultsSexualised behaviour towards other childrenWhy Can't My Child Behave? gives a step-by-step guide to understanding empathy and provides a readable and authoritative book on dealing with childrens' challenging behaviour within foster or adoptive families.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adopted children; Foster children; Parenting; Problem children.;
© 2013., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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Implementing Restorative Practice in Schools [electronic resource] : A Practical Guide to Transforming School Communities by Blood, Peta.; Thorsborne, Margaret.;
Implementing Restorative Practices in Schools: A Practical Guide to Transforming School Communities; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Introduction; What's in this Book and What Isn't; Terminology; Section1: A Whole School Approach; 1 Restorative Practice Explained; 1.1 A Changing Paradigm in Schools; 1.2 The Problem with Punishment; 1.3 History of Restorative Practice in Schools; 2 Restorative Practice in Schools; 2.1 Building Social Capital; 2.2 The Continuum of Practice; 2.3 A Whole School Approach; 2.4 The Link between Pedagogy, Social and Emotional Literacy and RP3 The Restorative School: Begin with the End in Mind3.1 Cultural Change: Changing a Paradigm; 3.2 The Restorative School; Section 2: Managing the Change Process; 4 Understanding the Change Process; 4.1 Rogers' Diffusion Model of Innovation; 5 Why Change Fails; 5.1 Kotter's Eight Mistakes and the Consequences; 5.2 Zigarmi et al.'s Fifteen Mistakes; 6 Change is an Emotional Process; 6.1 The Emotional Stages; 6.2 The Blueprint for Emotional Connection; 6.3 What Concerns do People Have?; 6.4 Denial; 6.5 Resistance; 7 Elements of an Effective Change Process; 7.1 First and Second Order Change7.2 The Elements of Effective Change7.3 The Rate of Adoption; 8 The Importance of Leadership; 8.1 Leading the Way; 8.2 Leadership Behaviours; Section 3 Making It Happen: AnImplementation Guide; 9 Overview; 9.1 Seven Circles; 9.2 Eight Steps for Change; 10 Getting Ready for Change; Step 1 Making a Case for Change; Step 2 Putting an Implementation Team Together; Step 3 Creating a Vision for the Future; 11 Overcoming Inertia and Getting the Ball Rolling; Step 4 Communicating the Vision to Capture Hearts and Minds; Step 5 Removing Obstacles and Empowering Action; Step 6 Generating Short-term Wins12 Implementing and Embedding ChangeStep 7 Keeping the Pressure On; Step 8 Maintaining the Gains; Conclusion; Appendix 1 Eight Step Planning Grid: Getting Ready for Change; Appendix 2 Readiness for Change Checklist; Appendix 3 Audit Tools; Appendix 4 Sample Detention Survey; Appendix 5 Strategic Planning Template; Appendix 6 Key Planning Areas; References; Further Reading; Subject Index; Author Index; Blank PageA guide which explains the value of restorative approaches in schools and its potential to transform behaviour and educational achievements. It also details how to achieve the cultural and organisational changes needed in order to ensure that restorative practice 'sticks', featuring sample pro formas and charts.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Education; Problem children -- Behavior modification.; Problem children -- Education.;
© 2013., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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A Big Problem : What's the Problem?. by Fowler, Leona.;
Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Problem solving in children.;
On-line resources: CGCC online access.;
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Children solve problems / by De Bono, Edward,1933-(SAGE)1669886;
Subjects: Problem solving in children.; Children's art;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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Creating Loving Attachments [electronic resource] : Parenting with PACE to Nurture Confidence and Security in the Troubled Child. by Golding, Kim(SAGE)1905965; Hughes, Daniel.(SAGE)2025126;
Creating Loving Attachments: Parenting with PACE to Nurture Confidence and Security in the Troubled Child; Acknowledgements; Preface; Introduction; 1. Love: The Essential Ingredient; Part I: Play; 2. The World of Play; 3. Playful Parenting; Part II: Acceptance; 4. Acceptance of the Inner World of the Other; 5. Parenting with Unconditional Acceptance; Part III: Curiosity; 6 Curiosity: Finding a Different Perspective; 7. Staying Curious within Parenting; Part IV: Empathy; 8. Empathy: Connecting in the Emotional World; 9. Joining Your Child with Empathy10. Bringing It All Together and an Additional IngredientGlossary; References; IndexAll children need love, but for troubled children, a loving home is not always enough. Children who have experienced trauma need to be parented in a special way that helps them feel safe and secure, builds attachments and allows them to heal. Playfulness, acceptance, curiosity and empathy (PACE) are four valuable elements of parenting that, combined with love, can help children to feel confident and secure. This book shows why these elements are so important to a child's development, and demonstrates to parents and carers how they can incorporate them into their day-to-day parenting. Real life
Subjects: Electronic books.; Attachment behavior in children; Parenting; Problem children;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Directory of Programs for Students at Risk. by Williams, Thomas.(DLC)1781720;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Acknowledgments -- Foreword -- About the Author -- Table of Contents -- 1 Introduction and Background -- An Overview -- Placing a Few Things into Perspective -- A Personal Perspective -- Background, Rationale, and Purpose -- Organization of the Remainder of the Book -- Background Information Related to Students At Risk -- The Purpose of the School -- Definition of Dropout -- Defining and Calculating Event Dropout Rates Using the Common Core of Data -- Types of Dropout Rates -- The Dropout Problem -- Factors that Impact a Student's Decision to Drop Out of School -- Race-Ethnicity -- Income -- Age -- Geographic Region -- Teen Pregnancy -- Creating a Professional Learning Community: An Environment That Facilitates Student Learning and Achievement of Students At Risk -- Moving Toward Excellence: Establishing a Positive School Environment -- Classroom-Related Activities That Foster Learning -- Resiliency-Building Class Strategies -- Strategies for Reclaiming Black and Hispanic Students -- Parental Engagement of Students At Risk -- So, Does Involving Parents Really Make a Difference? -- An Ending Note-What Parents Want From Teachers -- 2 Program, Instructional, and Curricular Initiatives -- Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) -- The California Mini-Corps -- Core Knowledge -- Equity 2000 -- Help One Student To Succeed (HOSTS) -- Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) -- International Youth Leadership Institute (IYLI) -- Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) -- The (Ronald E ) McNair Program -- MegaSkills -- Parent Expectations Support Achievement (PESA) -- Project Zero -- SCORE -- Success for All (SFA) -- 3 Comprehensive School-Improvement Initiatives -- Accelerated Schools Project -- The Coalition of Essential Schools (CES).The Developmental Studies Center Child Development Project -- The Edison Project -- The Efficacy Institute -- Effective Schools -- Foxfire -- Different Ways of Knowing-The Galef Institute -- The League of Professional Schools -- The Paideia Program -- The School Development Program -- SCORE -- 4 Teacher Training and Professional Development Initiatives -- The Center for the Study and Teaching of At-Risk Students (C-STARS) -- The National Writing Project -- Reading Recovery -- Teach For America (TFA) -- Teacher Expectations and Student Achievement (TESA) -- Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc (TESOL) -- 5 District, State, and National Systemic Initiatives -- The Center for Educational Renewal -- The Center for Leadership in School Reform (CLSR) -- The Center for Research in Human Development and Education (CRHDE) -- The Center for the Study and Teaching of At-Risk Students (C-STARS) -- The Clearinghouse for Immigrant Education (CHIME) -- Education Commission of the States -- The Holmes Partnership -- The Institute for Urban and Minority Education (IUME) -- The National Center on Education and the Economy (NCEE) -- The National Coalition of Advocates for Students (NCAS) -- New American Schools (NAS) -- The Panasonic Foundation -- The Urban Education Web -- 6 Epilogue -- Bibliography -- Appendices -- Appendix A: High School Completion Rates -- Appendix B: Membership, Dropout Counts, and Event Dropout Rates -- Appendix C: Race-Ethnicity and Income -- Appendix D: Event Dropout and Persistence Rates -- Appendix E: Selected Web Sites -- Appendix F: Information About Parental Involvement -- Appendix G: New Report Documents Public Engagement -- Appendix H: The PTA's National Standards -- Appendix I: Schools of Promise -- Appendix J: Listen, Discuss, and Act: Recommendations from the Education Commission of the States.Appendix K: Resources for Change Schools -- Appendix L: Mobilization for Equity Partner Organizations -- Appendix M: School Choice Resources -- Appendix N: Programs At-a-Glance (In Alphabetical Order).This book summarizes over 40 programs which enhance the success of students at risk. The emphases of these programs include individual students' learning skills, whole-school improvement, professional development, and parent and family improvement. Names and addresses of key people at each site are also included.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Problem children - Education - United States.;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Directory of Programs for Students at Risk. by Williams, Thomas.(DLC)1781720;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Acknowledgments -- Foreword -- About the Author -- Table of Contents -- 1 Introduction and Background -- An Overview -- Placing a Few Things into Perspective -- A Personal Perspective -- Background, Rationale, and Purpose -- Organization of the Remainder of the Book -- Background Information Related to Students At Risk -- The Purpose of the School -- Definition of Dropout -- Defining and Calculating Event Dropout Rates Using the Common Core of Data -- Types of Dropout Rates -- The Dropout Problem -- Factors that Impact a Student's Decision to Drop Out of School -- Race-Ethnicity -- Income -- Age -- Geographic Region -- Teen Pregnancy -- Creating a Professional Learning Community: An Environment That Facilitates Student Learning and Achievement of Students At Risk -- Moving Toward Excellence: Establishing a Positive School Environment -- Classroom-Related Activities That Foster Learning -- Resiliency-Building Class Strategies -- Strategies for Reclaiming Black and Hispanic Students -- Parental Engagement of Students At Risk -- So, Does Involving Parents Really Make a Difference? -- An Ending Note-What Parents Want From Teachers -- 2 Program, Instructional, and Curricular Initiatives -- Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) -- The California Mini-Corps -- Core Knowledge -- Equity 2000 -- Help One Student To Succeed (HOSTS) -- Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) -- International Youth Leadership Institute (IYLI) -- Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) -- The (Ronald E ) McNair Program -- MegaSkills -- Parent Expectations Support Achievement (PESA) -- Project Zero -- SCORE -- Success for All (SFA) -- 3 Comprehensive School-Improvement Initiatives -- Accelerated Schools Project -- The Coalition of Essential Schools (CES).The Developmental Studies Center Child Development Project -- The Edison Project -- The Efficacy Institute -- Effective Schools -- Foxfire -- Different Ways of Knowing-The Galef Institute -- The League of Professional Schools -- The Paideia Program -- The School Development Program -- SCORE -- 4 Teacher Training and Professional Development Initiatives -- The Center for the Study and Teaching of At-Risk Students (C-STARS) -- The National Writing Project -- Reading Recovery -- Teach For America (TFA) -- Teacher Expectations and Student Achievement (TESA) -- Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc (TESOL) -- 5 District, State, and National Systemic Initiatives -- The Center for Educational Renewal -- The Center for Leadership in School Reform (CLSR) -- The Center for Research in Human Development and Education (CRHDE) -- The Center for the Study and Teaching of At-Risk Students (C-STARS) -- The Clearinghouse for Immigrant Education (CHIME) -- Education Commission of the States -- The Holmes Partnership -- The Institute for Urban and Minority Education (IUME) -- The National Center on Education and the Economy (NCEE) -- The National Coalition of Advocates for Students (NCAS) -- New American Schools (NAS) -- The Panasonic Foundation -- The Urban Education Web -- 6 Epilogue -- Bibliography -- Appendices -- Appendix A: High School Completion Rates -- Appendix B: Membership, Dropout Counts, and Event Dropout Rates -- Appendix C: Race-Ethnicity and Income -- Appendix D: Event Dropout and Persistence Rates -- Appendix E: Selected Web Sites -- Appendix F: Information About Parental Involvement -- Appendix G: New Report Documents Public Engagement -- Appendix H: The PTA's National Standards -- Appendix I: Schools of Promise -- Appendix J: Listen, Discuss, and Act: Recommendations from the Education Commission of the States.Appendix K: Resources for Change Schools -- Appendix L: Mobilization for Equity Partner Organizations -- Appendix M: School Choice Resources -- Appendix N: Programs At-a-Glance (In Alphabetical Order).This book summarizes over 40 programs which enhance the success of students at risk. The emphases of these programs include individual students' learning skills, whole-school improvement, professional development, and parent and family improvement. Names and addresses of key people at each site are also included.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Problem children - Education - United States.;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Conflict resolution [electronic resource (video)] / by Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584; Video Education Australasia(SAGE)1969292;
Global Conflicts (5:11) -- Community-Level Conflicts (6:27) -- Conflicts in the Workplace (6:05) -- Personal Conflicts (8:03)Peaceful solutions to conflict are wonderful, in theory, but how do they work in the real world? Using actual case studies, this program examines conflict and conflict resolution on four different levels: global, community, workplace, and school. Applying a novel teaching approach, it features a pair of news desk anchors and four different reporters, each covering a specific conflict scenario. Topics include diplomacy, peaceful protest, and mediation.9 to 12.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Problem children; Problem children; Teacher training.;
© [2006], c2003., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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Parenting the difficult child / by Ketterman, Grace H.(SAGE)1681994;
Includes bibliographical references (p. [240]-241)
Subjects: Problem children.; Child rearing; Child psychology.;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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