This comprehensive resource offers a proactive, preventative approach within an educational paradigm that is based on the premise that resilience can be taught and that factors can be altered to facilitate resiliency among at-risk students.
– Developing Skills to Positively Meet the Challenges of Life
The ability to overcome adversity and challenging circumstances, brought about by early conditions and experiences, by successfully adapting and making constructive changes, is termed resiliency.
While educators can’t control the family conditions or social demographics that their students experience, they can implement educational policies and practices that promote resiliency.
This comprehensive resource offers a proactive, preventative approach within an educational paradigm that is based on the premise that resilience can be taught and that factors can be altered to facilitate resiliency among at-risk students. Fundamentally it serves to implement the strategies needed to reduce risks and strengthen protective factors. It provides a unified set of practical learning opportunities that seek to help adolescents develop and enhance protective mechanisms and to offset risk factors.
This resource provides background information, implementation guidelines and targeted student activities in relation to eleven core resilience competencies.
Suitable for students aged 10-14.
Ages: 10-12 (Upper Primary), Ages: 12-15 (Junior Secondary)
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This handbook shows that resiliency-based schools give young people the ability and opportunity to redirect their energies towards achieving success.
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Rob Long’s Beating The Blues !is designed to help students to better understand the emotions that can overwhelm them in their teenage years, take ownership and look for ways to resolve their own emotional problems.
This book contains a series of 18 topics that can be used to support students in developing a repertoire of responses for managing feelings of anxiety and fear before they get out of control.
This book provides specific activities to use with young people that will help build their resiliency.
Quiet Times will not only get students thinking about what is important to them but will also allow them a welcome chance to recharge and refresh in the midst of busy and often stressful day-to-day classroom learning.
This children’s book is a story of bravery and of believing in who you are – Darcy the Brave shows that sometimes to show the greatest courage you need to forget about battling dragons and monsters and face the fears that no one else can see.
Written by playwright, Susan Battye, the Dramatic Shorts: An Anthology of Plays series focuses on a collection of short stage plays that can be easily staged in a school or drama club setting. This progressive series is packed with activities that will encourage teenage students of English and Drama to read, present and respond to plays
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These enchanting 15-minute drama games allow children and teachers to visit and explore imaginary worlds, while at the same time providing robust and energetic physical activities as a complement to the existing academic classroom programme.
This resource is designed to assist practitioners to establish a workable programme for children from birth to 2 years.
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