What Teachers Need to Know about Social and Emotional Development provides practical classroom strategies that teachers can apply in a variety of contexts to support complex and diverse student needs. Drawing on the authentic voice and experience of teachers, students and parents, this erudite book is steeped in the latest research. It includes key indicators that children may exhibit if suffering from depression, anxiety, eating disorders and other serious conditions. It also offers a swathe of practical advice, classroom activities, poster ideas and newsletter items to assist students, and inform parents of their children's changing needs. The authors note that early intervention is paramount in preventing unnecessary distress and helping children regain their emotional footing when issues arise. This notion informs their approach as they strive to provide busy teachers with strategies that lighten the workload while enhancing students' social and emotional wellbeing.
The What Teachers Need to Know About series aims to refresh and expand basic teaching knowledge and classroom experience. Books in the series provide essential information about a range of subjects necessary for today's teachers to do their jobs effectively. These books are short, easy-to-use guides to the fundamentals of a subject with clear reference to other, more comprehensive, sources of information. Other titles in the series include Teaching Methods, Numeracy, Spelling, Reading and Writing Difficulties, Learning Difficulties, Personal Wellbeing and Students with Disabilities.
Publisher: Australian Council Educational Research (ACER)
Number of pages: 152
Weight: 272 g
Dimensions: 235 x 154 x 13 mm