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Creating schools that heal : real-life solutions

Author: Lesley Koplow
Publisher: New York : Teachers College Press, 2002.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Koplow, Lesley.
Creating schools that heal.
New York : Teachers College Press, 2002
(DLC) 2002021141
(OCoLC)49383828
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lesley Koplow
ISBN: 0585475849 9780585475844
OCLC Number: 53219741
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 232 pages)
Contents: pt. 1. First things first : understanding children's social and emotional needs. The development of personhood --
Teaching ourselves to read in the early years : recognizing signs of distress and addressing psychosocial history --
Saving kindergarten --
pt. 2. The emotionally safe school environment. Teacher, teacher! : the teacher's role in the emotionally responsive classroom --
Creating a healing environment : the role of the principal --
The role of the school-based clinician in schools that heal --
pt. 3. Possibilities for emotionally responsive practice. A staff-development approach to responsive practice --
The power of teacher-focused mental health in public schools --
The tools of emotionally responsive classrooms --
A room with a view : preventive practice in the early-grade classroom --
pt. 4. A challenge for policymakers. The danger of institutional denial : the "as if" school in the community --
The responsive school during crisis : what we are learning from September 11 --
A question of standards --
[Handouts]. Inviting and containing workshop --
Inviting and containing workshop : which is which? --
Inviting and containing : a menu of interventions --
Why gather stories? --
Story-gathering day --
Confidentiality statement, story-gathering information --
Guide to creating emotionally responsive books --
Drawing technique.
Responsibility: by Lesley Koplow.

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