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How to manage children's challenging behaviour

Author: Bill Rogers
Publisher: London : Paul Chapman Pub., 2006, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This title addresses the issue of challenging behaviour and behaviour disorders in schools. It shows how teachers, in a supportive team, have made a significant difference to their students in terms of behaviour, attitude, self-esteem and peer acceptance.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Rogers
ISBN: 1412902177 9781412902175
OCLC Number: 787857966
Description: xiv, 132 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: IntroductionPART ONE: EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIOURAL DISORDER: THE CHALLENGE TO OUR THINKING, ATTITUDES AND STRATEGYWe Cannot Predict Where Our Students May End Up - Bill Rogers'The Pygmalion Effect' - Bill Rogers Where Expectancy Can Lead'Dear Luke' - Elizabeth McPherson What I Saw at the Outset and How Children's Behaviour Challenges Us as in Positive WaysMy Global Classroom - Peter D'AngeloPART TWO: UNDERSTANDING CHALLENGING CHILDREN AND CHILDREN WITH EMOTIONAL BEHAVIOUR DISORDERUnderstanding Emotional and Behavioural Disorder in Mainstream Schools - Bill RogersMeasurement of Difference or Meaning (when Working with Challenging Children) - Ken SellChanging Perceptions of Challenging Behaviours - Larry Taylor Tom and His TeacherFinding a Connection Point for Change in Behaviour - Karen Kearney Alex 'Wins a Race'Choosing to Teach - Elizabeth McPherson Choosing to Make a Difference PART THREE: TEACHING CHILDREN WITH EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIOURAL DISORDERS Introduction - Bill RogersOne, Two, Three, Four, Out the Door - or STOP (Straight to the Office Please) - Bette BlanceThere Is Always a Way Back - Mara Smart, Mariette West and Pamela Curtain An Individual Behaviour Management PlanHelping a Child Change His Behaviour and His Short Attention Span - Kerrie MillerAD/HD and Teaching Academic Survival Behaviours - Bill RogersA Tall Order - Patsy Finger A Challenging Student on Day One and AfterIndividual Behaviour Management Plans and Group Support with Infant Age Children - Debbie Hoy Troy's Story PART FOUR: THE HARD-TO-MANAGE CLASS: WHEN IT IS MORE THAN ONE OR TWO The Hard-to-Manage Class - Bill Rogers Reasons, Options, SupportMy Most Challenging Year 8 Class Ever - Leanne WrightThe 'Class from Hell' - Denise FrostClassroom Meetings to the Rescue - Carmen PriceA Winner - in a Hard Class - Heather FraserPART FIVE: WORKING TO BUILD A CO-OPERATIVE CLASSROOM GROUP: CLASSROOM MEETINGS: CLASSROOM MEETINGS AND BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS Friendship Problems - Carmen Price Using a Solving CircleRelationships and Conflict-Resolving (Classroom and Playground) with Infants - Debbie Hoy and Ros DanielsCreating the Peaceable School - Carmel RyanA Beautiful Place - Larry Schwartz Building a Multicultural SchoolA Human Story - UnsourcedPART SIX: ESSENTIAL PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES THAT ENABLE US TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE WITH INDIVIDUAL CHILDREN AND CLASSROOM GROUPS - Bill RogersPART SEVEN: NARRATIVES: HOW TEACHERS' STORIES CONNECT US, SUPPORT US, ENCOURAGE US AND ENABLE US AS TEACHERS - Sharn Hatch
Responsibility: edited by Bill Rogers.

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