INSET handbook provides sensible structure for teachers to review their skills in managing behaviour in the classroom, describes how they can act positively and creatively when responding to disruptive behaviour, emphasises the impact of good communication, motivation, correction & more
How do you talk to your teen when their only focus is the screen in front of them? How do you help them to build a core of self-esteem in a world obsessed with appearances? This practical guide from one of the UK's leading adolescent psychoanalysts helps you through every possible hurdle in the teenage years.
Primary and secondary teachers who experience difficult behaviour from young children in their classrooms will welcome this handbook which encourages an objective approach to tackling behaviour problems.
Emphasizing the positive, this guide offers teachers advice on handling students with behaviour and performance problems. Family therapist and former junior high teacher Linda Metcalf describes techniques and strategies for creating a motivational atmosphere, preventing behaviour problems, and more.
This book helps adults to understand, manage and reflect on children's anger. Featuring a wealth of games, it is designed to foster successful anger management strategies for children aged 5-12. It covers the theory behind the games, and includes a broad range of activities: active and passive, verbal and non-verbal, and for different sized groups.
A Volcano in My Tummy: Helping Children to Handle Anger presents a clear approach to helping children and adults alike understand and deal with children's anger. Using easy to understand skills for anger management, this book offers engaging, well-organized activities which help to overcome the fear of children's.
From Inclusion to Engagement challenges the rhetoric that has come to dominate so much of the academic discourse on inclusive education. The authors call for an immediate shift in focus towards a more inclusive theoretical approach.
This text outlines eight major perspectives on behaviour and their implications for the classroom: biological, behavioural, cognitive-behavioural, social learning, psychodynamic, humanist, ecosystemic and ecological.
Teaching isn't all about teaching, new teachers quickly realize that they need to be lion tamers too. This title tells teachers what the teacher training didn't, and offers strategies for dealing with the common, and extreme, classroom scenarios. It helps teachers, old and new, to assert their authority in the classroom.
Living with teenagers can be more stressful and emotional than anything parents have previously experienced. This book discusses about adolescence, based on the advice of experts, interviews with parents and their children.