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Thrive! A Survival Guide for Today's Educator is a ground-breaking masterpiece!
It will help professionals to develop a fresh enlightened perspective and attitude toward their lives and toward their noble but sometimes discouraging profession. Every educator (grades PK-12) should pause and reflect upon the urgently needed questions considerations and words of great wisdom contained in this book. It will help the readers to cut-to-the-core of what is really important in their lives and in their perceptions about being professional educators. It can be read privately or worked-through together with colleagues.
Progressing through this book will provide educators with powerful support and guidance as they experience its activities and suggestions. Each section addresses a different critical issue that confronts today's educators. Use this book for:
Author: Ronald Miles PhD
*No refund on this item: Was: $46.75* *Reduced by 20% - Now $37.40* This book is an essential resource for every school. With an ever-increasing need to focus on accountability schools need to offer students assigned to In-School Suspension an opportunity to correct misbehaviour in hopes of maximizing learning. The goals of this program are to positively impact change by instructing students about their behaviour providing activities for them to understand the behaviours and giving them steps to improve. Also included are worksheets reproducible activities case scenarios suggestions and strategies contracts... More info
Operation: Breaking the Boy Code is a one of a kind 8-week small group guidance program for boys in 3rd -5th grades. This innovative expressive art therapy group gives boys a rare opportunity to experience and celebrate different areas of masculinity. Boys work their way through 7 exciting lessons that examine the definition of masculinity and meaning of brotherhood in a variety of cultures. The group will join in at the Round Table with King Arthur and his knights as they learn about chivalry bravery and courage. They... 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