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  • 80 Creative Strategies for Working with Challenging Parents

    80 Creative Strategies for Working with Challenging Parents

    by Youthlight

    This unique and invaluable book provides eighty easy-to-follow strategies suggestions and activities for dealing with different kinds of challenges educators face when attempting to communicate and work with some parents. Included are helpful insights to help you understand why some parents may seem particularly challenging to professional educators. Then eighty strategies are offered on how to work with parents who have: Anger and Hostility Inconsistent Parenting Styles Anxieties A Project Blaming Approach Emotionally Withdrawn Behaviour Lack of Follow-Through Mental Health Issues An Oppositional Disposition Reluctance to Own Responsibilities Alcohol/Drug Problems Memories...

  • A Year of School Counseling

    A Year of School Counseling

    by Youthlight

    *No refund on this item: Was: $35.40* *Reduced by 20% - Now $28.30* This book provides a select collection of the best hints reproducibles activities and alternate tie-ins to the curriculum from the ASCA archives (American School Counsellor Association). For each month the materials follow guidance and counselling themes such as: Beginnings National School Counselling Week Safe Schools Partnerships and Collaborations Human Rights Transitions Parent/Family Involvement Child Advocacy Career Education Personal and Professional Renew (Paperback) View Sample Pages Author: Barbara Muller-Ackermann

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health - Volume 376

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health - Volume 376

    by Editor: Justin Healey

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples live about 10 years less than non-Indigenous Australians. Since 2006, the ‘closing the gap’ campaign has been pursued in collaboration between government and health, welfare and rights agencies to try and close the health and life expectancy gap within a generation. The health disadvantages experienced by Indigenous Australians are shaped by history and the broader social and economic conditions in which they live; progress has been slow and mixed. This book evaluates the progress made towards closing the gap. How can Indigenous outcomes be...

  • ADHD: 102 Practical Strategies for "Reducing the Deficit"

    ADHD: 102 Practical Strategies for "Reducing the Deficit"

    by Youthlight

    This best seller on ADD/ADHD is a concise easy-to-follow resource that features powerful strategies to help ADD/ADHD students improve their academic and social/emotional abilities. The authors present 102 ways parents and professionals can help children and adolescents cope with and overcome ADHD. Included are checklists and charts to help with organizational skills. Using a brief and quick reference format this book shows you how the deficit in ADD/ADHD can be reduced in children and adolescents. This resource is immediately useable for professionals educators and parents. It includes: Understanding and Treating ADHD...

  • Aggressive and Violent Students

    Aggressive and Violent Students

    by Youthlight

    Aggressive and Violent Students 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. (Paperback) View Sample Pages Author: Robert Bowman, Jo Lynn Johnson, Michael Paget & Mary Thomas-Williams

  • Anger's Way Out

    Anger's Way Out

    by Youthlight

    This is a cleverly written tale that allows the young reader to grasp the concept of where anger is and how to 'let it out' in appropriate ways. The author effectively illustrates what happens inside the body when anger is suppressed and leads the reader to understand why it is important to express all feelings in a healthy way. Following the story are several lesson plans discussion questions and reproducible worksheets that can be used by an adult to help add breadth depth and personalization to this story...

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