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|ISBN:||0415231981 9780415231985 9780203995778 0203995775|
|Description:||vi, 138 p. ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||Pt. I. On how anger is causing problems to pupils and teachers in our schools. 1. A survey of anger situations that teachers face in schools. 2. The conflicts of managing behaviour in schools. 3. Teacher stress in managing behaviour. 4. The educational world and macho. 5. Where does the macho culture come from? --
Pt. 2. Whole school and classroom strategies for dealing with anger. 6. The anger cycle. 7. How can a teacher intervene in the anger cycle? 8. Dealing with crisis behaviour. 9. After the rage is over. 10. Whole school approaches to anger management --
Pt. 3. The Everyman project: the inspiration for the pilot anger management course in schools. 11. The principles of the course. 12. Responsibility, choices and action: Module One. 13. Having feelings and learning to live with them: Module Two. 14. Conclusion: the need to promote emotional intelligence.
'At its heart, Mr Blum is a teacher with vast experience in some of our worst schools ... [His book] is a clear and useful set of proposals for how schools could try rewarding students, rather than