Providing practical solutions to common behavioral problems, this book shows how to use the positive momentum approach to encourage long-term positive behaviour among children aged 3-9.
Author: Lisa Rogers
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Providing practical solutions to common behavioral problems, this book shows how to use the positive momentum approach to encourage long-term positive behaviour among children aged 3-9. Covering issues such as what to do when a child avoids doing work, when they engage in rough play, and when they won't stay in their seat, this book includes targeted behavioral strategies that start with the underlying foundations of behaviour and result in lasting positive change. Through real life examples, the book shows how educators can be role models for children, and how school staff can collaborate with families for success beyond the classroom. The book also includes information specific to working with children with special needs. Accompanying behaviour charts and goal mapping resources are available to download to help with tracking a child's progress.
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Author: Liz Williams
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
This highly accessible and much-needed resource sets out practical advice on positive behaviour management in primary schools, exploring how to support children effectively with their personal, social and emotional development. With an emphasis on implementable strategies, this book will give primary school teachers and staff an understanding as to why children may behave as they do, and what steps can be taken by the school to support a child's development. Considering a variety of factors that influence positive behaviour, such as environment, mental health, parents, and the importance of planning, this book is full of ideas that can be dipped in and out of for support in the classroom. Bite-sized and practical, this is a perfect book for busy teachers.
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Author: Georgina Durrant
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Packed full of 100 creative and engaging activities for young children with special educational needs, this book enables you to have fun and enjoy developing your child's skill-based learning with them. From building biscuit construction sites and rainbow ice towers to playing dentists, nail salons and post office workers, the variety and creativity featured on every page of this book means you'll never have a dull day with your child again! With activities for rainy days, in the garden, on walks and more, there's something new to learn wherever you go. With charming black and white line illustrations to depict each activity, this is a great way to connect with your children with SEN, while building their life skills at the same time.
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Author: Siân Rowland
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Offering ideas for different ways to teach PSHE, this is a go-to resource for the busy teacher looking for creative and engaging techniques. It provides tips, case studies and strategies on planning and pitching sessions as well as weaving PSHE into other aspects of the curriculum. The practical advice includes tips for what works with pupils, ideas for group games, ways to make discussions more engaging and proven techniques for creating inspiring sessions. The book explores a range of complex PSHE topics such as social media, sex and sexuality, mental health and British values. This tried-and-tested guidance will help to give teachers the confidence to create accessible and dynamic skills-based sessions which can make a real difference to pupils.
Screen time has been shown to have a positive relationship with an elevated BMI in children (Andersen et al., 1988; Proctor et al., 2003; Salmon, Campbell, & Crawford, 2006). In addition, peers exert increasing influence on children and ...
Author: Larry James
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Environmental, genetic, psychological, and societal factors interact to produce obesity, a chronic condition of epidemic proportions. The Handbook of Obesity Intervention for the Lifespan guides professionals in meeting this complex challenge with a multidisciplinary palette of evidence-based interventions that can be tailored to men and women across the lifespan, regardless of background. This unique reference combines salient research data and hands-on clinical applications for use with overweight patients, from the very young to the very old, and includes a “treatment resources” section with extra materials to bolster therapy—all geared toward respectful, encouraging treatment and lasting weight-loss results.
2008), so you should be prioritizing behaviors that you can adhere to day in and day out. ... To put it another way, you are making the healthier behavior the easier thing to do. Finally, build positive momentum.
Author: Sohee Lee
Publisher: Human Kinetics
Category: Sports & Recreation
Eat healthy. Exercise. Be happy. It sounds easy enough, so why is it so difficult? Because as millions of women know, it’s not easy. There are challenges and obstacles, and health programs are not one size fits all. Sohee Lee understands, because she’s faced the challenges and overcome them. As a trainer, presenter, and author, she’s shared her experiences and helped others establish healthy relationships with food and exercise for long-term results. In the book Eat. Lift. Thrive. she empowers you with tools and strategies to make your own change. You will learn how to identify issues that are holding you back and what you can do to get back on track. You’ll find motivation, exercise, and advice. And you’ll learn how to • incorporate Lee’s Living Lean Guidelines to make your diet work around your life, rather than the other way around; • perform her Primary Strength Movements and integrate them into an effective workout program; and • adjust your routine to maintain the results you’ve achieved. Eat. Lift. Thrive. also provides you with a structured, easy-to-follow 12-week training program. The program can be scaled according to your training experience, time commitment, and goals; it’s completely customizable to ensure that your changes are lasting. This book is designed to be different. By the time you’re finished, you’ll be an expert at moderation and will say goodbye to extremes in dieting. You can have your cake and eat it too—and enjoy it! CE exam available! For certified professionals, a companion continuing education exam is available which can be completed after reading this book. The Eat. Lift. Thrive. Online CE Exam may be purchased separately or as part of the Eat. Lift. Thrive. With CE Exam package that includes both the book and the exam.
In L. K. Koegel , R. L. Koegel , & G. Dunlap ( Eds . ) , Positive behavioral support : Including people with difficult ... Expanding the utility of behavioral momentum with young children : Where we've been , where we need to go .
Author: Jack P. Shonkoff
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This 2000 book provides a comprehensive overview of this complex field by an outstanding group of contributing authors.
I would also like to acknowledge the scope and assistance provided by Behaviour Momentum India (BMI) and the Autism centre, ... Increasing social engagement in young children with autism spectrum disorders using video self-modeling.
Author: Santoshi Halder
This book provides a global and social examination of how disabilities are played out and experienced around the world. It presents auto-ethnographic perspectives on disability across cultures, societies, and countries by documenting individuals’ personal narratives, thought processes and reflections. Chapter authors share cross-cultural perspectives within and across various countries, such as India, Australia, United States, Sri Lanka, United Kingdom, Croatia, Brazil, South Africa, and Qatar. Adopting a self-reflective stance following qualitative research methodology, the chapter authors discuss the current challenges in the field. Next, they deconstruct disability identities, explore the complexities of communication with differently abled persons, examine inclusive policies, practices and interventions and present insights from caregivers. The book concludes with critical reflections and a look to the future of global diversity and inclusion.
Teaching responses to questions to young children with Down syndrome. Behavioral Interventions. Belfiore, P. J., Lee, D. L., Scheeler, M. C., & Klein, D. (2002). Implications of behavioral momentum and academic achievement for students ...
Author: Rhonda Faragher
For individuals with Down syndrome, the extent of the effect of intellectual disability depends largely on the degree of provision of appropriate support and intervention. In Educating Learners with Down Syndrome, editors Rhonda Faragher and Barbara Clarke have brought together a number of expert contributors, whose chapters review recent findings in the field of DS education, highlight promising practices, and identify areas for future research. While the emphasis is primarily on the school years, links to early intervention and to life post-16 are made, with chapters organized into three parts: conceptual overview of issues in learning and teaching, learning mathematics, and literacy development. The book is also united by the cohesive themes of assessment, evidence-based practice, and inclusive practices. Educating Learners with Down Syndrome importantly incorporates the voices of individuals with Down syndrome, whose personal narratives add significance to the research mission of the text and demonstrate the authors' inclusive philosophy. Aimed at researchers, teacher educators, higher degree students, and policy makers, this book is the first of its kind to provide a compendium of research on educating learners with Down syndrome.
Building Blocks for a Successful Start Karen VanderVen. children and European American ... [T]eacher behaviors may disproportionately interfere with the academic engagement of African American children.... [T]eachers tended to interact ...
Author: Karen VanderVen
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This new volume in the Search Institute Series on Developmentally Attentive Community and Society represents a milestone in Search Institute’s signature work on the Developmental Assets that children and adolescents need in their lives to succeed. Through the research behind this book, Karen VanderVen links this strength-based, community-based approach to human development to early childhood development and practice. In doing so, she advances a lo- term vision of understanding child and adolescent development not merely as a series of discrete stages, but as a trajectory of development in which experiences in each phase of development link to, reinforce, or redirect experiences in other aspects of life. To be sure, VanderVen explores with both breadth and depth a parti- larly critical time in child development: the early childhood years, ages 3–5. The latest research in numerous ?elds has only increased our understanding of how important it is for communities to attend to children’s developmental expe- ences in these crucial years. Positive development in early childhood leads young people on a path to a healthy adulthood; and a lack of positive dev- opment in early childhood has a blunting effect that extends into elementary and secondary schooling years.
... injured young children who presented with challenging behavior, as well as organization and planning problems in the classroom. The intervention focused on (i) daily routine; (ii) positive momentum; (iii) reduction of errors; ...
Author: Cathy Catroppa
New Frontiers in Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury provides an evidence base for clinical practice specific to traumatic brain injury (TBI) sustained during childhood, with a focus on functional outcomes. It utilizes a biological-psychosocial conceptual framework consistent with the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health, which highlights that biological, psychological, and social factors all play a role in disease and children’s recovery from acquired brain injury. With its clinical perspective, it incorporates current and past research and evidence regarding advances that have occurred in outcomes, predictors, medical technology, and rehabilitation post-TBI. This book is great resource for established and new clinicians and researchers, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows who work in the field of pediatric TBI, including psychologists, neuropsychologists, pediatricians, and psychiatrists.
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Author: Cathy L. Reimers
Publisher: Specialty PressInc
A guidebook for parents and teachers of young ADHD children
Self-compassion in young adults: A randomized micro-trial of a loving-kindness meditation. ... Maternal and child nutrition: Building momentum for impact. ... The great recession: Implications for adolescent values and behavior.
Author: Emma Seppala
Publisher: Oxford University Press
How do we define compassion? Is it an emotional state, a motivation, a dispositional trait, or a cultivated attitude? How does it compare to altruism and empathy? Chapters in this Handbook present critical scientific evidence about compassion in numerous conceptions. All of these approaches to thinking about compassion are valid and contribute importantly to understanding how we respond to others who are suffering. Covering multiple levels of our lives and self-concept, from the individual, to the group, to the organization and culture, The Oxford Handbook of Compassion Science gathers evidence and models of compassion that treat the subject of compassion science with careful scientific scrutiny and concern. It explores the motivators of compassion, the effect on physiology, the co-occurrence of wellbeing, and compassion training interventions. Sectioned by thematic approaches, it pulls together basic and clinical research ranging across neurobiological, developmental, evolutionary, social, clinical, and applied areas in psychology such as business and education. In this sense, it comprises one of the first multidisciplinary and systematic approaches to examining compassion from multiple perspectives and frames of reference. With contributions from well-established scholars as well as young rising stars in the field, this Handbook bridges a wide variety of diverse perspectives, research methodologies, and theory, and provides a foundation for this new and rapidly growing field. It should be of great value to the new generation of basic and applied researchers examining compassion, and serve as a catalyst for academic researchers and students to support and develop the modern world.
Preventive management refers to the proactive strategies used by teachers to develop and maintain a positive, on-task climate. 3. The managerial task system establishes the limits for behavior and the positive expectations for students.
Author: Deborah Tannehill
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Building Effective Physical Education Programs is a unique text focused on designing and delivering school physical education programs. The text succeeds in helping pre-service, novice, and more experienced teachers to understand the essential components necessary to create and deliver impactful physical education programs within their school or organization. Through its use of engaging learning experiences found in each chapter, this text is ideal for use across various physical education teacher courses and teacher professional development programs. Written for an international audience, Building Effective Physical Education Programs acknowledges both the similarities and differences of physical education programs from country to country. International case studies are included to further illustrate worldwide practices. This text is appropriate for the student who is interested in the field of physical education as well as the seasoned professional with years of experience. Key Features: Learning Experience boxes help readers apply knowledge gained from the text to real-world practice by utilizing activities and critical-thinking questions to drive comprehension. An international perspective on physical education provides a global viewpoint and gives students a broad context for different program types A focus on current trends and issues makes this text relevant and timely Ancillaries provide instructors with the tools to implement a successful physical education teacher education course. Instructor resources include: Instructor s Manual, Test Bank and PowerPoint presentations Student resources include: Companion website and Student Study Guide"
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developed a parent-mediated model for promoting joint attention of toddlers with ASD in which parents follow a set of ... 2007) and has long been established as a positive basis for establishing family-centered programs (Bernheimer, ...
Author: Brian Reichow
This handbook discusses early childhood special education (ECSE), with particular focus on evidence-based practices. Coverage spans core intervention areas in ECSE, such as literacy, motor skills, and social development as well as diverse contexts for services, including speech-language pathology, physical therapy, and pediatrics. Contributors offer strategies for planning, implementing, modifying, and adapting interventions to help young learners extend their benefits into the higher grades. Concluding chapters emphasize the importance of research in driving evidence-based practices (EBP). Topics featured in the Handbook include: Family-centered practices in early childhood intervention. The application of Response to Intervention (RtI) in young children with identified disabilities. Motor skills acquisition for young children with disabilities. Implementing evidence-based practices in ECSE classrooms. · Cultural, ethnic, and linguistic implications for ECSE. The Handbook of Early Childhood Special Education is a must-have resource for researchers, professors, upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, clinicians, and practitioners across such disciplines as child and school psychology, early childhood education, clinical social work, speech and physical therapy, developmental psychology, behavior therapy, and public health.
Prevent-teach-reinforce: The School-based Model of Individualized Positive Behavior Support. ... Raising Self-reliant Children in a Self-Indulgent World: Seven Building Blocks for Developing Capable Young People.
Author: Doug Whitener
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Category: Family & Relationships
The imagery of a sculptor chipping away to free an angel from the stone suggests the idea that children have "miraculous human" qualities that can be released if a sculptor takes the time to free the child. In this book Doug Whitener asserts that parents and teachers are the lead sculptors who can help free children to live meaningful and responsible lives. Mr. Whitener draws upon forty-five years of experience as a parent and as an educator to outline key child guidance ideas. The reader is tr
The rationale behind large-scale, district-wide PBS is to not only have continuity, but to build on early learning by setting clear behavioral expectations from a very young age that do not differ across classroom teachers nor across ...
Author: Laura Baylot Casey
Applied Behavior Analysis in Early Childhood Education provides a basic introduction to applied behavior analysis and the highly beneficial role that it can play in early childhood education for both typically developing children and those with special needs. The objective is to provide future and current early childhood professionals with the tools that they need to positively impact the lives of young children. Specifically, the book will describe and provide useful examples related to the following: Implementing effective techniques for changing behavior; Strategies for every day challenges both in the classroom and at home; Strategies for addressing less frequent issues; Suggestions for how to consult and correspond with parents and caretakers. Applied Behavior Analysis in Early Childhood Education is written for professionals preparing for—or those already in—careers in child development, behavior analysis, early childhood education, developmental therapy, counseling, special education, and other helping professions. A Companion Website featuring additional information and resources for students and instructors can be accessed at www.routledge.com/cw/casey.