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Culturally Considerate School Counseling

Author : Kim L. Anderson
ISBN : 9781412987516
Genre : Education
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This compassionately written guidebook cultivates "cultural competence," integrates ASCA National Model standards, and provides strategies for exploring each student's individuality and responding accordingly.

Creating Culturally Considerate Schools

Author : Kim L. Anderson
ISBN : 9781452283654
Genre : Education
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Are you seeing your students clearly? This unique collaboration between a veteran educator and a psychotherapist asserts that the educators who are most effective in teaching diverse populations are those who can "see students clearly and respond to their needs without hesitation or bias." Framed around an original, eight-stage model of diversity development, this book provides readers with essential tools for building a sturdy foundation of mutual respect. Included are specific strategies for creating a school environment that: Gives voice and consideration to all students Shows interest, empathy, and respect for all staff members Advocates respect and reverence of individuality

Introduction To School Counseling

Author : Robert J. Wright
ISBN : 9781483384832
Genre : Social Science
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This comprehensive graduate-level text prepares readers to handle the problems and responsibilities they'll face as professional school counselors, preschool through high school. It covers a wide range of topics in-depth, including: effective interventions for racism and bullying, the continuing score gap between ethnic groups, a school counselor's leadership role in implementing school-based action research, a model for advocating on behalf of, and providing services to children with disabilities. The book is packed with real life examples and case descriptions: it provides strategies for preventing and responding to social and emotional problems, improving educational outcomes, and helping children score at optimum levels on high-stakes tests.

How To Teach Students Who Don T Look Like You

Author : Bonnie M. Davis
ISBN : 9781452257914
Genre : Education
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Engage diverse learners in your classroom with culturally responsive instruction! This new edition covers standards-based, culturally responsive lesson planning and instruction, differentiated instruction, RTI, and the Common Core.

What Grown Ups Need To Know About Art Therapy For Kids

Author : Kim L. Anderson
ISBN : 0971850828
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What Grown-Ups Need to Know About Art Therapy for Kids is written for any adult who cares about a child in treatment. Author, Kim L. Anderson, is a licensed clinical social worker, board certified art therapist, and consultant. She shares insights and suggestions from over thirty years of work with children & families, schools & organizations. Parents, grandparents and other primary caregivers as well as teachers, school counselors and other helping professionals will all benefit from the information and examples provided.

The War Against Boys

Author : Christina Hoff Sommers
ISBN : 9781501125423
Genre : Education
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An updated and revised edition of the controversial classic--now more relevant than ever--argues that boys are the ones languishing socially and academically, resulting in staggering social and economic costs. Girls and women were once second-class citizens in the nation's schools. Americans responded w ith concerted efforts to give girls and women the attention and assistance that was long overdue. Now, after two major waves of feminism and decades of policy reform, women have made massive strides in education. Today they outperform men in nearly every measure of social, academic, and vocational well-being. Christina Hoff Sommers contends that it's time to take a hard look at present-day realities and recognize that boys need help. Called "provocative and controversial . . . impassioned and articulate" ("The Christian Science M"onitor), this edition of "The War Against Boys" offers a new preface and six radically revised chapters, plus updates on the current status of boys throughout the book. Sommers argues that the problem of male underachievement is persistent and worsening. Among the new topics Sommers tackles: how the war against boys is harming our economic future, and how boy-averse trends such as the decline of recess and zero-tolerance disciplinary policies have turned our schools into hostile environments for boys. As our schools become more feelings-centered, risk-averse, competition-free, and sedentary, they move further and further from the characteristic needs of boys. She offers realistic, achievable solutions to these problems that include boy-friendly pedagogy, character and vocational education, and the choice of single-sex classrooms. "The War Against Boys" is an incisive, rigorous, and heartfelt argument in favor of recognizing and confronting a new reality: boys are languishing in education and the price of continued neglect is economically and socially prohibitive.

The School Practitioner S Concise Companion To Mental Health

Author : Cynthia Franklin
ISBN : 9780195370584
Genre : Social Science
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Here, readers will find an overview of adolescent mental health disorders and step-by-step guidelines for intervening effectively. The book covers ten major mental health issues as well as strategies for working with co-occurring disorders and managing psychopharmacological treatments.

Sticks And Stones

Author : Emily Bazelon
ISBN : 9780812992809
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Offers insights into teen bullying in the Internet era, counseling parents, educators, advocates, and kids on how to understand its dynamics and consequences and take appropriate protective measures.

The School Counselor S Mental Health Sourcebook

Author : Rick Auger
ISBN : 9781632201157
Genre : Education
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The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model urges school counselors to know every student and broaden their knowledge of mental health disorders. With more students in need of mental health services than ever before, the timing is ideal for a guide that equips staff to meet these challenges. The School Counselor’s Mental Health Sourcebook provides tools for keeping students on track, including: Methods for addressing many disorders, including anxiety, autism, and other disruptive behavior disorders Intervention strategies that work Effective ways to collaborate with families from various cultures The impact of culture and race on a child’s mental health Communicating with teachers and families about students’ needs Rick Auger describes the disorders and strategies with a balance of simplicity and clinical depth. This time-saving resource gives busy school counselors strategies for helping students succeed in school and in life.

Life Stages And Native Women

Author : Kim Anderson
ISBN : 9780887554162
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 83. 12 MB
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A rare and inspiring guide to the health and well-being of Aboriginal women and their communities.The process of “digging up medicines” - of rediscovering the stories of the past - serves as a powerful healing force in the decolonization and recovery of Aboriginal communities. In Life Stages and Native Women, Kim Anderson shares the teachings of fourteen elders from the Canadian prairies and Ontario to illustrate how different life stages were experienced by Metis, Cree, and Anishinaabe girls and women during the mid-twentieth century. These elders relate stories about their own lives, the experiences of girls and women of their childhood communities, and customs related to pregnancy, birth, post-natal care, infant and child care, puberty rites, gender and age-specific work roles, the distinct roles of post-menopausal women, and women’s roles in managing death. Through these teachings, we learn how evolving responsibilities from infancy to adulthood shaped women’s identities and place within Indigenous society, and were integral to the health and well-being of their communities. By understanding how healthy communities were created in the past, Anderson explains how this traditional knowledge can be applied toward rebuilding healthy Indigenous communities today.

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