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Counselling Pupils In Schools

Author : Carol Hall
ISBN : 9781134726080
Genre : Education
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How can teachers support children with emotional or social difficulties? Counselling Pupils in Schools is a comprehensive guide to the effective use of counselling in schools. It provides practical guidance for teachers and those responsible for pastoral care on how to develop counselling skills and intervention strategies. The book combines theory and research with practical classroom strategies designed to focus on the social and emotional development of students and their teachers. Topics covered include: * a model for counselling in school * skills and intervening strategies for teachers * cross-cultural and sensitive issues * peer counselling and support * empowering pupils and parents * classroom-based activities The ethics of teacher-student relationships are also discussed and teachers are provided with ideas for collaboration and managing their own stress in order to be more effective in counselling and guidance. This book is relevant to all professionals who work with young people: Teachers, PSHE co-ordinators, SENCos, Education Welfare Officers and Educational Psychologists will find it particularly useful.

The Effective Teacher S Guide To Behavioural Emotional And Social Difficulties

Author : Michael Farrell
ISBN : 0415360382
Genre : Education
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Teaching and supporting pupils with emotional, social and behavioral difficulties is arguably the most challenging aspect of teaching in today's classroom. The Effective Teachers' Guide to Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficultiesprovides busy teachers with an easily digestible yet thorough overview of the basic theories surrounding behavior. The book also looks at the range of strategies that can be used in the classroom, and how their effectiveness can be assessed. The range of different strategies presented and explained include Cognitive approach Systems-based approach Behavioral approach Psychodynamic approach Also included is a chapter devoted to supporting pupils with Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder. The chapter contains new information on identifying and assessing the condition and suggests effective intervention strategies, such as developing self-esteem and interpersonal skills. Highly accessible and authoritative, andtaking into account the very latest developments in the field of Special Educational Needs, this book will prove invaluable reading for the busy practitioner eager to develop their knowledge and understanding.

Parental Involvement In Childhood Education

Author : Garry Hornby
ISBN : 1441983791
Genre : Psychology
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Parental participation has long been recognized as a positive factor in children’s education. Research consistently shows that parents’ contributions to their children’s education lead to improvements in their academic and behavioral outcomes, from elementary through middle and secondary school. Recognizing the critical role of school psychologists in this equation, Parental Involvement in Childhood Education clearly sets out an evidence-based rationale and blueprint for building parental involvement and faculty awareness. The author’s starting point is the gap between the ideals found in the literature and the reality of parental involvement in schools. An ecological analysis identifies professional, institutional, and societal factors that keep schools and parents distant. Methods for evaluating parental involvement are detailed, as is a model for developing and maintaining strong parental relationships at the instructor, school, and education system level, with an emphasis on flexible communication and greater understanding of parents’ needs. This empirically sound coverage offers readers: A detailed understanding of obstacles to parental involvement. An evidence-based model for parental participation. A three-nation study of parental involvement practices in schools. Guidelines for implementing parental involvement activities and initiatives. A review of effective communication strategies with parents. Analysis of key interpersonal skills for effective work with parents. Parental Involvement in Childhood Education is essential reading for practitioners and researchers in school psychology and counseling, social work, and educational psychology, whether they work directly with schools or in providing training for teachers and other professionals who work with children and their parents.

The Effective Teacher S Guide To Moderate Severe And Profound Learning Difficulties

Author : Michael Farrell
ISBN : 9781134237760
Genre : Education
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A sensible, workable and practical approach for any teacher who wishes to understand and promote effective classroom inclusion for children with learning difficulties, focused on the realities of teaching.

Inclusive Special Education

Author : Garry Hornby
ISBN : 9781493914838
Genre : Psychology
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Much has been written about special education and about inclusive education, but there have been few attempts to pull these two concepts and approaches together. This book does just that: sets special education within the context of inclusive education. It posits that to include, effectively, all children with special educational needs in schools requires an integration of both concepts, approaches, and techniques. It has never been more timely to publish a book that helps professionals who work with schools, such as psychologists, special education professionals, and counselors, to identify effective practices for children with special needs and provide guidelines for implementing these in inclusive schools.

Pastoral Care Matters In Primary And Middle Schools

Author : Tony Charlton
ISBN : 9781134787043
Genre : Education
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This wide ranging book offers a fresh survey of the pastoral needs of primary age pupils, and pupils in early adolescence for both trainee and practising teachers. This book is divided into four main sections: * Principles considers the future needs of children, learning processes, the planning and implementation of a pastoral programme, and the co-ordination of personal and social education * Aspects of Pastoral Care develops six specific pastoral approaches: welfare and liaison, health and medical services, life crises and counselling, managing behaviour, bullying, and starting secondary school * Viewpoints has three personal statements: television viewing, core values for teachers and parents, and the professionalism of teachers * In An Agenda for Discussion the editors comment on the various chapters of the book and add extra material on pastoral care and personal and social education

Effective Teaching In Schools

Author : Chris Kyriacou
ISBN : 0748728880
Genre : Classroom management
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This book is structured in three parts, firstly putting into context the wealth of research on what makes for effective teaching, then building on the foundation by looking at specific aspects of good classroom practice and finally looking at ways of reflecting on experience to improve classroom practice.

Becoming A Teacher Issues In Secondary Education

Author : Dillon, Justin
ISBN : 9780335242375
Genre : Education
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Becoming a Teacher, 4e remains a unique and powerful combination of ideas, analysis, questions, answers and wisdom, drawing on the professional experience of the editors and contributors.

Counselling Children

Author : Aron Thompson
ISBN : 0534171974
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An Introduction To Counselling Skills For Special Educational Needs

Author : Brenda Mallon
ISBN : 0719023874
Genre : Education
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An introductory course suitable for professionals in health, social services, education and the voluntary services who are involved in counselling people with special educational needs.

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