self esteem a guide for teachers

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Self Esteem

Author : David Miller
ISBN : 9781446265635
Genre : Education
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Do some of your pupils suffer from low or fragile self-esteem? Perhaps you want to help, but don't know how? If so, this book is for you. Using insights from theory, research and classroom practice, it provides strategies and techniques that will enhance the confidence of primary school children through authentic learning experiences. This book includes: -discussions on a range of issues surrounding self-esteem enhancement in school -studies of recent work in this area -links between self-esteem and the development of competence (fitting in with the Raising Attainment agenda) -research evidence from real primary classrooms -a clear articulation of strategies and techniques to use in classrooms -a summary and analysis of the key theoretical and empirical work in the area The book's clear practical focus will be of interest to all teachers and managers keen to enhance self-esteem in their schools. It will prove equally useful for teachers in training and more experienced teachers undertaking further study. This book will empower you to develop your practice with a clear sense of direction - and with increased confidence. David Miller is Professor of Education at the University of Dundee. Teresa Moran is the Associate Dean (Education and Professional Development) at the University of Dundee.

Teaching With Confidence

Author : Denis Lawrence
ISBN : 0761963316
Genre : Education
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`The book is an ideal companion for the newly qualified teacher or for colleagues unfamiliar with social psychological concepts and basic communication theory' - ELAN Teaching with Confidence shows how to combat the stress and low self-esteem suffered by many teachers. Denis Lawrence focuses on the relationship between stress and self-esteem, and sets out a programme of easy-to-use everyday strategies to reduce stress and enhance self-esteem. The author, previously Chief Educational Psychologist for Somerset, has worked with teachers in Somerset, Cornwall and Australia. He has extensive experience of running workshops on the topics of self- esteem enhancement, behavioural difficulties, counse

A Teacher S Guide To Stick Up For Yourself

Author : Gershen Kaufman
ISBN : 9781575426761
Genre : Education
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The revised and updated edition of our popular guide reinforces and expands the messages of the Stick Up for Yourself! with a step-by-step curriculum in ten easy-to-use sessions. Includes reproducible handout masters.

Positive Self Talk For Children

Author : Douglas Bloch
ISBN : 9780929671123
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This is the e-book edition of the beloved classic "Positive Self-Talk for Children" which was first published by Bantam Books in 1993. Positive Self-Talk for Children is a book that teaches children self-esteem through the affirmation process. It is a guide that can be used by parents, teachers and counselors to instruct children how to speak kindly and lovingly to themselves. Positive Self-Talk for Children makes affirmations easy to teach, understand, and use. Kids learn affirmations for many situations and challenges such as school and academics, athletics, facing fears, feeling angry, getting teased, feeling depressed, and more. In addition, the book contains special sections of affirmations for a child’s specific developmental stage (infancy through adolescence) and for children with special needs (such as a child with a physical, emotional or learning disability). What others are saying about this book... Table of Contents Acknowledgments Introduction How to Use This Book Affirmation Subject Index PART ONE: THE POWER OF THE SPOKEN WORD 1. Sticks and Stones Will Break My Bones, But Words Will Wound Me Forever 2. Affirmations: The Power of Positive Speaking 3. Introducing Positive Self-Talk to Children 4. Positive Self-Talk For the Adult Caregiver PART TWO: POSITIVE SELF-TALK FOR SELF-ESTEEM AND EMOTIONAL WELL BEING 5. General Affirmations For Self-Esteem 6. Positive Self-Talk for Health, Body Image and Athletic Performance 7. Positive Self-Talk for Learning and Academics 8. What to Say When You Are Scared: Positive Self-Talk for Childhood Fears 9. What to Say When You Are Sad: Positive Self-Talk for Loss and Divorce 10. What to Say When You Are Mad: Positive Self-Talk for Anger Management 11. What to Say When You Are Teased: Positive Self-Talk for Responding to Put Downs PART THREE : AFFIRMATIONS FOR SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES 12. Prenatal Affirmations 13. Affirming the Infant (0-9 months) 14. Affirming the Toddler (age 9 months-2 1/2 years) 15. Affirming the Preschooler (age 2 1/2-6 years) 16. Affirming the School-Age Child (age 6-Puberty) 17. Affirming the Adolescent PART FOUR: POSITIVE SELF-TALK FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 18. Positive Self-Talk for the Child With a Physical, Emotional, or Learning Disability 19. Positive Self-Talk for the Child From a Chemically Dependent Family 20. Positive Self-Talk for the Abused Child 21. Positive Self-Talk for the At-Risk and Acting Out Child 22. Positive Self-Talk for the Adopted and Foster Child Epilogue Bibliography Additional Resources

Helping Children To Build Self Esteem

Author : Deborah Plummer
ISBN : 184642609X
Genre : Self-Help
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This second edition of the highly successful Helping Children to Build Self-Esteem is packed with fun and effective activities to help children develop and maintain healthy self-esteem. New and updated material has been added including a section on running parent groups alongside children's groups, as well as a brand new layout, fresh illustrations, an expanded theoretical section and extra activities. Based on the author's extensive clinical experience, this activities book will equip and support teaching staff, therapists and carers in encouraging feelings of competence and self-worth in children and their families. It is primarily designed for use with individuals and groups of children aged 7-11, but the ideas can easily be adapted for both older and younger children and children with learning difficulties. This fully photocopiable resource is invaluable for anyone looking for creative, practical ways of nurturing self-esteem in children.

Fundamentals A Guide For Parents Teachers And Carers On Mental Health And Self Esteem

Author : Lynn Crilly
ISBN : 9781784182977
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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'SELF-ESTEEM' IS ONE OF THOSE PHRASES THAT'S BEEN OVERUSED TO THE POINT OF LOSING ALL MEANING, YET IT'S ESSENTIAL TO EVERY HUMAN BEING'S DEVELOPMENT AND HAPPINESS.In what can be an incredibly toxic and frightening modern culture, young people in particular are struggling to gain some vestige of self-esteem and are subsequently battling myriad mental and physical health issues. Parents, teachers and carers want to help but often struggle to know quite what they can do.DA-DAAA! Enter this book: a self-help book for people who are fed up with being patronised by self-help books. This guide will give you pragmatic, relevant advice on how to nurture self-esteem and discuss and deal with mental health issues, delivered with positivity, humour and realism.Although touching on specific issues such as self-harm, eating disorders and anxiety, this is more generally geared towards instilling confidence and promoting a positive state of mind.A collaborative effort between Lynn Crilly - a mother and counsellor who writes with love and warmth for her fellow parents and carers - and Natasha Devon - a journalist and activist, who writes with passion (and a few swear words) for teachers - there's something in this book for everyone.'Self-Esteem education in schools like that provided by Natasha and her team, as described in this book, is exactly what the UK is crying out for!' - GOK WAN'This is essential reading for all parents - Full of practical and useful tips.' - EAMONN HOLMES'Finally, a straight talking, streetwise, empathetic and, most importantly, practical guide for all families whose lives are touched by the common mental health challenges of contemporary life. Unique, essential and highly recommended.' - DR HILARY JONES

200 Ways To Raise A Girl S Self Esteem

Author : Will Glennon
ISBN : 1573241547
Genre : Psychology
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A practical set of guidelines for improving the self-image of young girls helps parents and teachers understand the difference between self-esteem "boosters" and "busters." By the author of Fathering. Original. Tour.

Enhancing Self Esteem In The Classroom

Author : Denis Lawrence
ISBN : 9781847878793
Genre : Education
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Praise for the first edition: `The underlying philosophy of this practical book is that raising self-esteem in pupils (including dyslexics) will lead to achievement of higher academic results and fewer behaviour problems. This book is primarily for primary and secondary teachers but would provide much material for discussion among SpLD teachers, given the unexpected and controversial results of Denis Lawrence's research' - Dyslexia Contact `Many useful suggestions offered in this book about learning activities are likely to help pupils to feel better about themselves, to learn to respect others and to experience how feelings can be expressed safely' - British Journal of Special Education Raising self-esteem in pupils can lead to the achievement of higher academic results and fewer behavioural problems. Outlining in simple terms what self-esteem is and providing strategies to support it in the classroom, this book includes clear explanations of the terminology and theory behind self-esteem, and lots of practical examples and useful activities for use with children. The book also covers the main issues surrounding the self-esteem of practitioners. It sets out tried-and-tested strategies that teachers can use to recognise and reduce stress and maintain their self-esteem. This new edition has been fully updated and now includes new case study material and activities.

A Teacher S Guide To Cooperative Discipline

Author : Linda Albert
ISBN : UOM:49015003116531
Genre : Education
File Size : 58. 99 MB
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Show Me How

Author : Vivian Kirkfield
ISBN : 0967014751
Genre : Child rearing
File Size : 62. 91 MB
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