Building student resilience : strategies to overcome risk and adversity, K-8
- Gabe Simon.
- Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin Press, 
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- x, 101 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Education Library (Cubberley)
|LC4801 .S53 2013||Unknown|
- Simon, Gabe.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 93-97) and index.
- Introduction: Turning Points, Urgently Identifying the Roadblocks to Student Success 1. How Do We Know They Will Bounce Back?: Evidence from the Record Books 2. The Caring School Team: The Schoolwide Game Plan 3. The Engaging Classroom Team: The Classroom Game Plan 4. What We Urgently Stand For and Against: Does Your School Truly Put Student Learning First? 5. All Star Performance Appendices References Index.
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- Building Student Resilience, K-8 presents strategies and solutions that can easily be implemented in the school and classroom to improve engagement and teacher-student and administrator-student relationships. By using these strategies and understanding how these relationships affect performance, teachers can help students learn at a higher level regardless of risk factors. This book provides a detailed and comprehensive treatment of resiliency and working with at-risk students. Readers will learn about the power of establishing caring connected relationships between adults and students in schools across our country. You will also discover how increasing student engagement can propel students' academics quickly upward as achievement gaps are vastly narrowed and student learning greatly improves.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781452258676 20160612
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