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Aggressive and Violent Students was created originally for the nationally acclaimed seminar presents the School-Wide-Risk Inventory for Violence along with a collection of practical strategies and programs that have been shown to be effective in working with aggressive, hostile and/or violent students. Included are "6 Powerful Skills for Managing & Surviving Hostile or Aggressive Students" and many other useful strategies for working with these challenging students.
Author: Robert Bowman, Jo Lynn Johnson, Michael Paget & Mary Thomas-Williams
Love is Louder, Always (LILA) is a story that is founded on the "Love Is Louder" (JED Foundation) movement that is sweeping across North America. It is a full colour story about Lila, a girl whose family moves across the country. In her new school, Lila is surprised to find that many of the students seem so much more disrespectful and unfriendly to others. After talking with her parents, Lila was encouraged to "be the change" at her school. Lila wants to show others that doing and saying... More info
*No refund on this item: Was: $18.35* *Reduced by 20% - Now $14.65* Counsellors, parents and teachers will find this book to be one of the most unique thought-provoking practical and somewhat unconventional guides they've ever picked up. It is based on recent research that tells us that a person's grit (hard work, determination, perseverance) combined with good soft (social) skills are better predictors of future success than IQ grade point averages and standardised test scores. Although the book focuses on several serious topics it is filled with humour short... More info
Recent research has shown that an average of 8% of children as young as 3rd graders are engaging in self-injuring behaviours. This book provides a first-of-its-kind, story-based tool for helping these young people. Elisa, a sixth grader, has started purposely hurting herself. No one understands why she wants to do these things, not even her mother. When her self-injuring becomes more noticeable, a teacher takes her to speak with the school counsellor. Elisa eventually is helped by the counsellor and by a therapist, with her mother involved. With support, Elisa... More info