The Crisis Manual For Early Childhood Teachers: How To Handle The Really Difficult Problems
The Crisis Manual for Early Childhood Teachers: How to Handle the Really Difficult Problems
Winner of the Benjamin Franklin Award. The only source book you'll need to face those really difficult issues in the classroom. Learn effective strategies for addressing the most challenging problems you may encounter as a teacher, such as the death of a family member, domestic violence, substance abuse, sex abuse, homelessness, natural disasters and children with HIV/AIDS. Chapters for each crisis include describing the problem, insights from child development, when to seek help, how to respond, and suggestions of organizations and individuals you can turn to for help.
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|Publisher||Gryphon House, Inc.|
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