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Engaging students at risk through the power of relationships.
|Quelle||Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press (2019), XIV, 184 S.|
|Schlagwörter||USA; Students with social disabilities; United States; Students with disabilities; Affective education; Social skills in children; Study and teaching; Teacher-student relationships; Classroom management; Erziehung |
Student; Students; Social disabilities; Schüler; Schülerin; Studentin; Verhaltensstörung; Soziales Verhalten; USA; Disability; Disabilities; Behinderung; Affektive Erziehung; Social competence; Soziale Kompetenz; Sozialkompetenz; Kind; Kinder; Study; Studies; Teaching; Studium; Unterricht; Teacher; Teachers; Relationship; Lehrer; Lehrerin; Lehrende; Wechselbeziehung; Verbindung; Unterrichtsorganisation
|Abstract||Develop the mindset -- Show that you care -- Establish a culture for learning -- Take an ecological approach -- Teach life skills and give students hope -- Build students' self-esteem -- Don't take bad behavior personally -- Have an effective classroom management plan -- Develop empathy -- Use the back door -- Get to the root of the problem -- Communicate with your heart -- Open up -- Connect through content -- Seal the deal. "In Power for Good: Building Trusting Relationships with At-Risk Students author Don Parker shares numerous evidence-based strategies designed to build trusting and mutually beneficial relationships with at-risk students. In his book, Dr. Parker declares that the research is in and it shows that the old, zero tolerance methods of classroom control are not effective. In reality, the most effective methods of increasing positive classroom behavior and academic success are positive, uplifting student-teacher relationships and counseling from authority figures. If educators wish to curb behavioral issues in the classroom and, more importantly, empower their at-risk students, then they must embrace these new methods. Dr. Parker provides the evidence-based guidance necessary for teachers to make these adjustments in their teaching styles. Through this book, educators will learn how to build uplifting relationships with at-risk students and create a climate and culture in their schools that will enable student success"--Provided by publisher.|
|Erfasst von||Library of Congress, Washington, DC|