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- SAGE Publications 2012; US$ 22.95 US$ 19.51
Teach respect and help students achieve their full potential STAND TALL is a video-based educational program that educates teachers and students in Grades 4?6 about how to respond to disrespectful behavior. This STAND TALL Teacher's Manual accompanies the DVD. The STAND TALL program results in three core competencies: RESPECT for... more...
- SAGE Publications 2012; US$ 36.95 US$ 31.41
Build a positive, accountable classroom environment with restorative discipline! Used together with The School Leader?s Guide to Restorative Discipline , this teacher?s guide shows how to implement a positive approach to classroom discipline based on shared expectations of behavior, contributing to consistent discipline schoolwide. The authors... more...
- SAGE Publications 2012; US$ 34.95 US$ 29.71
A positive model for restorative discipline The authors provide a research-based and field-tested model that gives school leaders more productive alternatives to punishment, exclusion, and out-of-school suspension. This positive program helps improve behavior and keep students in school. This guide?s model covers school-wide prevention, restoration,... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 76.95
Since the first edition was published in 1988, the role of crisis intervention and prevention has become central to mental health professionals working in the schools. Disasters such as hurricane Katrina, terrorist attacks both in this country and around the world, and various school shootings have greatly increased school crisis research and policy... more...
- Hamilton Books 2009; US$ 29.99
This book develops a rubric that can assist colleges, universities, and communities in providing stronger outcomes for students seeking a career path in dance. This study will serve as a catalyst for inter-academic dialogue to strengthen and advocate the integrity and position of dance education in American colleges and universities. more...
- SAGE Publications 2013; US$ 36.95 US$ 31.41
Target interventions to the students who need help the most! How do you make counseling effective and efficient when both counselors and students are pressed for time? The answer: by identifying and working with students who are most in need of counseling services through a PBIS/RTI framework. This user-friendly guide presents three counseling... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 34.95
Speaking from years of experience, author Franklin Schargel provides 152 field-tested ideas about working with at-risk students. Designed to be read and implemented quickly, these are concise snapshots of what educators can do to keep students from dropping out. You can apply these practical tips in your classroom today. The 152 tips are divided into... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 57.95
This book is designed to increase the awareness among mental health professionals and educators about the potential sources of support for students struggling with substance abuse, addiction and compulsive behaviors. The book includes a description of the scope of the problem of substance abuse in high schools and colleges, followed by sections describing... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 20.00
Is there more disruptive behavior in schools today? The simple answer to this often asked question is probably yes. But the reasons lie more outside teenagers than inside. For too many teachers there can be an attitude of: "I was a teenager once, therefor I know what it is like." But we all develop in a unique time and the issues are unique to that... more...