~ empowers kids by providing practical suggestions and humor to teach children how to stop bullies from hurting others and the know what to do in dangerous situations.
RANGE: 8-13 years
~ provides teachers with over 100 prevention and intervention strategies for use in the classroom, with victims, and with the bullies themselves. Includes 45 reproducible handouts.
CD includes all forms,surveys, handouts and letters from the book ready to customize and print.
RANGE: grades K-8
~ helps kids deal with cliques by providing sound advice about forming positive, healthy relationships and building self-esteem. This social-skills approach is punctuated with witty cartoons.
RANGE: 8-13 years
~ provides students with strategies for getting homework done. Jokes and cartoons are incorportated to make the discussion bearable.
RANGE: 8-13 years
~ (1996) is a a street-proofing program for children which facilitates teaching kids how to avoid being a victim.
NBAV Includes a four video-cassette library. (1) Introduction: You Cannot Tell by People's Faces (2) Abduction: I never believed It Could Happen To Me. (3) Officer Jim's Ten Rules for Safety: Fundamental Standards for Personal Safety. (4) Questions & Answers: a video forum covering 28 of the most commonly asked questions.
Complete Kit includes everything: All 4 videos, a Parent video kit, preview VHS, Teacher's Guide, Police guide, pk/35 Child Identification forms and a small "Bulletin board" poster for advertising the program.
Parent's kit includes only the video segments on a single tape.
Preview VHS demonstrates how the program works in schools and the community. It discusses the building of a safety partnership and strategies that work to achieve this desirable outcome.
~ (2005) offers ways to provide therapy to unwilling adolescents.
~ a set of VHS videos that feature teens telling their own stories. The series offers peer education in building character and developing strong values.
Each video includes a Teacher's Guide
RANGE: Middle and High Schools
~ (1999) is a modern classic among the social-skills training approaches to teaching emotional self-management and assisting children in acquisition of a pro-social competencies and understanding. See also Aggression Replacement listed separately in this catalog.
RANGE: ages 9-19.
~ helps promote self-discovery, self-awareness, self-esteem and empowers young people to make good choices about their lives. Workbook includes 40 fun Tests that help you learn about Yourself.
RANGE: 10+ years
~ (2007) offers a supplementary guidance curriculum and set of lessons. Each lesson is comprised of two parts: (1) an introduction, that presents the lesson concept with an attention-getting analogy and a set of discussion questions for the students, enabling the teacher to evaluate the lesson objectives. (2) a practice that provides active processing of the learned concepts.
Chapters include: Self Discovery, Self Control, Problem Solving, Safety, Emotional Management, Communication Skills, Learning and Career.
Consistent with ASCA standards, the curriculum has an evaluation component and reporting system.
RANGE: Pre-K - grade 3.
~ (1990) measures adolescent behaviour in terms of responsibility and independence. Subscales include: domestic skills, money management, citizenship, personal planning, transportation skills, career development, self-management, social maturity, and social communication. This instrument can be useful in identifying potential dropouts, determining readiness for release from special programs (school or community-based), and testing for transitional service plans.
Kit includes: test book, manual and 25 response forms
RANGE: 12-19 years
TIME: 30-45 minutes LEVEL: B
~ teach children assertiveness, responsibility, relationship skills, choice making, problem solving, goal setting and anger management. The Teacher's Guide reinforces and expands the messages of the student book with a step-by-step curriculum in 10 sessions.
RANGE: 8-12 years
~ is a 3-part program consisting of Assessment, Teacher Support, and Banking Time stages designed to enhance the relationship between an at-risk student and a teacher on the verge of burnout.The Assessment stage helps identify problems and available resourcesusing both quantitative and qualitative information.The Teacher Support Assessment stage helps the teacher change their perception of the student-teacher relationship. The Banking Time stage uses a set of specific techniques to create positive interactions with the student and to establish a supportive relationship pattern.
Kit includes: Manual, Videotape, 10 Workbooks, 10 Teachers Booklets, 50 Schedule/Log Sheets, and 50 Feedback Forms
RANGE: Teachers of 4-10 year olds
ADMINISTRATION:Group, 10-30 minutes per session LEVEL: A
~ (1997) illustrates how to educate the teenager to balance all areas of his life from studies, sports, part-time jobs to better communication with peers, and future preparation.
Copyright © 2006, www.psychtest.com a division of M.D. Angus & Associates Limited.firstname.lastname@example.org