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Ways teachers cope with the physical, psychological, and social disabilities of their students : diabetes, autism, ADHD, hunger, anger, and other infirmities

Author: Tony J Manson
Publisher: Lewiston, N.Y. : Edwin Mellen Press, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Addresses the need to include in classroom management the strategies employed in teacher education programs. This volume contains studies which are based on a changing awareness of, and attitude  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Tony J Manson
ISBN: 9780773449763 0773449760
OCLC Number: 232656802
Description: iii, 215 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Who is addressing the obesity crisis? / Bonita J. Manson --
Looking at school nutrition: the relationship of the universal free school breakfast program as compared to the traditional school breakfast program / Genae Brown Crump [and others] --
Attention deficit hyperactive disorder: a health issue related to sleep and academic achievement / Ada Puryear Burnette and Ubiraene Pierson --
Brain based influences of anger: scientific based treatment for reducing anger in adolescents / DeAnna M. Burney --
Understanding stress and coping / Gwendolyn James-Singleton, Jackie Collins Robinson, and Jermaine Robertson --
Understanding the inattentive, impulsive and hyperactive child: effective classroom management, instructional and behavior modification strategies / Tiffany Roberts and Tony J. Manson --
How to teach children at risk of educational failure coping with autism? / Quartil Robinson and Tony J. Manson --
Brain based influences of anger: patterns of adolescent behavior and disease / DeAnna M. Burney --
Music is key: the benefit of music education relative to other subjects and special need children / Nah'shondrea T. Massey and Tony J. Manson --
The effects of obesity and chronic disease on the mental health capacity of children and adolescents: interventions to improve healthy social lifestyles / DeAnna M. Burney and Janet Sermons --
How to teach children at risk of educational failure: coping with epilepsy / Presley L. Charles and Tony J. Manson --
Humor and social support as coping strategies on perceived stress and medical conditions among African American young adults / Melanie L. Johnson and DeAnna M. Burney --
Home-based treatment: building family resilence in families of children with ADHD / Jackie Collins Robinson and Gwendolyn Singleton.
Responsibility: edited by Tony J. Manson ; with a foreword by Joseph Jefferson.
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