3 edition of Educator"s legal guide to stress-free discipline and school safety found in the catalog.
Educator"s legal guide to stress-free discipline and school safety
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Lawrence E. Mazin, John T. Hestand, Ruth E. Koester.|
|Contributions||Hestand, John T., Koester, Ruth E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 311 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||311|
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Mazin, John T. Hestand, Ruth E. Koester. This guide presents practical steps to improve the school environment and to minimize the legal liability of educators. It provides strategies and techniques for discipline and safety, documentation, dealing with harassment, gang activities, physical violence, off-campus problems affecting school environment, issues concerning special education students, life away from school, and the giving Cited by: 1.
Educator's legal guide to stress-free discipline and school safety. Bloomington, Ind.: National Educational Service, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lawrence E Mazin; John T Hestand; Ruth E Koester.
This guide presents practical steps to improve the school environment and to minimize the legal liability of educators. It provides strategies and techniques for discipline and safety, documentation, dealing with harassment, gang activities, physical violence, off-campus problems affecting school environment, issues concerning special education.
An Educator's Legal Guide to Stress-Free Discipline and School Safety by John T. Hestand, Ruth E. Koester Lawrence E. Mazin ISBN ISBN Unknown; Solution Tree; ISBN ERIC is an online library of education research and information, sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S.
Department of Education. Although how we deal with issues change as children grow and learn, I want to share a couple techniques I use to have stress free discipline in our home.
Being a parent is hard. I always knew I wanted to have children and have a background in education, but nothing prepared me to taking on the responsibility of two little human beings with the. Stress-Free Discipline: Simple Strategies for Handling Common Behavior Problems [Au, Sara, Stavinoha Ph.D., Peter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Stress-Free Discipline: Simple Strategies for Handling Common Behavior Problems/5(15). Blending developmental insights with an arsenal of proven techniques, Stress-Free Discipline prepares parents for any challenge: the preschooler who throws a fit the second-grader who refuses homework the budding tween who dishes out insults.
The book helps determine the root cause, explaining what drives the behavior, why it's. Get this from a library. Stress-free discipline: simple strategies for handling common behavior problems. [Sara Au; Peter L Stavinoha] -- "All children test boundaries (and sometimes your patience).
It's a natural part of growing up. Your job as a parent is to let them know. Stress-Free Discipline presents a view on discipline that it is about education rather than punishing. There are good points in the book but I found it to be more clinical than realistic.
A one-approach fits all really failed to merge with the reality of what I and my family have faced raising children/5. Stress-Free Discipline: Simple Strategies for Handling Common Behavior Problems, by Sara Au and Peter L.
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Lawrence Mazin: Stress-Free Discipline Bibliography Mazin, Lawrence E., John T. Hestand, and Ruth E. Koester. An Educator's Legal Guide to Stress-Free Discipline and School Safety. Bloomington, IN: National Educational Service, Print. Communicating Disciplinary Rules. Coping With Stress At School Our time at school is meant to be a time of self-discovery, education and self-improvement.
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Introduce the idea of offering an after-school stress management program to teachers by having the school psychologist administer a needs assessment to determine level of perceived need and interest.
The results of the survey can direct the planning from that point and begin a .Make time during the school year for your hobbies. Don't wait for summer vacation. Apologize when you're wrong. Put a cartoon or photo that makes you laugh in you plan book or desk drawer and look at it when you need a boost.
Take a walk during lunch, a planning period, or after school. During your walk, don't think about the things you have to do. Note to Readers: Kids biting and hitting at school or the playground cause a stressful parenting issue that many of us would rather not have to punishments usually escalate the unwanted behaviors.
It is important to understand why a child might hit, bite, or scratch and guide your child to more acceptable social behavior.