Recognize and Respond to Emotional and Behavioral Issues in the Classroom

A Teacher's Guide

Nonfiction, Reference & Language, Education & Teaching, Special Education, Socially Handicapped, Administration, Teaching, Teaching Methods
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Author: Andrew Cole Psy.D., Aaron Shupp Psy.D. ISBN: 9781598572582
Publisher: Brookes Publishing Publication: January 10, 2014
Imprint: Brookes Publishing Language: English
Author: Andrew Cole Psy.D., Aaron Shupp Psy.D.
ISBN: 9781598572582
Publisher: Brookes Publishing
Publication: January 10, 2014
Imprint: Brookes Publishing
Language: English
Based on the authors' years of experience with students, teachers, and families, this reader-friendly guide is equally useful for working with students with and without a specific diagnosis. Teachers will learn practical strategies they can immediately implement to help students with a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and social difficulties:
  • bullying—both verbal and physical
  • poor concentration and impulsive behavior
  • performance anxiety during exams and class time
  • trouble fitting in with peers
  • low moods
  • aggressive behavior
  • rule-breaking and disregard for authority
  • resistance to or fear of school
  • communication challenges
  • struggles with social cues
  • lack of personal boundaries
In each concise, accessible chapter, teachers will get a case study and quick profile of a specific emotional or behavioral issue, recommendations on optimal classroom structure and student and family collaboration, and guidelines on when to seek further consultation or referral. Practice exercises and discussion questions make this an ideal resource for professional development sessions, and the helpful forms and handouts (also available online!) are easy to use with students and email to families. A must for new teachers and seasoned educators who want fresh, effective strategies, this book is the perfect starting point for addressing everyday emotional and behavioral challenges so that all students are ready to learn.
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Based on the authors' years of experience with students, teachers, and families, this reader-friendly guide is equally useful for working with students with and without a specific diagnosis. Teachers will learn practical strategies they can immediately implement to help students with a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and social difficulties:
  • bullying—both verbal and physical
  • poor concentration and impulsive behavior
  • performance anxiety during exams and class time
  • trouble fitting in with peers
  • low moods
  • aggressive behavior
  • rule-breaking and disregard for authority
  • resistance to or fear of school
  • communication challenges
  • struggles with social cues
  • lack of personal boundaries
In each concise, accessible chapter, teachers will get a case study and quick profile of a specific emotional or behavioral issue, recommendations on optimal classroom structure and student and family collaboration, and guidelines on when to seek further consultation or referral. Practice exercises and discussion questions make this an ideal resource for professional development sessions, and the helpful forms and handouts (also available online!) are easy to use with students and email to families. A must for new teachers and seasoned educators who want fresh, effective strategies, this book is the perfect starting point for addressing everyday emotional and behavioral challenges so that all students are ready to learn.

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