5 edition of Understanding and engaging adolescents found in the catalog.
Understanding and engaging adolescents
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Jeffrey Miller and Peter Desberg.|
|LC Classifications||LB1623 .M56 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781412970006, 9781412970013|
|LC Control Number||2009003336|
Understanding and Treating Adolescent Substance Use Disorders: Assessment, Treatment, Juvenile Justice Responses / Nancy Jainchill, Ph.D. ISBN Discusses ways to better engage adolescents who have experienced trauma in treatment. This fact sheet, a part of the Understanding the Links Between Adolescent Trauma and Substance Abuse: A Toolkit for Providers, contains information on identifying and encouraging youth to seek help, getting adolescents to come to treatment, engaging homeless youth, addressing practical barriers to care, .
"Adolescent Education: A Reader, a stimulating collection of carefully selected essays, provides a cross-disciplinary approach to understanding today's adolescents. The authors, leading scholars as well as practitioners, confront stereotypes of teenagers and reframe the way we think about adolescents and adolescence. 2. Children and adolescents have needs and capacities that are significantly different from those of adults. 3. Although certain general features of child development are predictable, there are significant cultural differences in the ways in which children and adolescents develop, and in the beliefs, goals and expectations and child-.
Sub-Saharan Africa’s growing adolescent population, expected to reach million by , has the potential to fuel powerful change – if Governments invest in and engage it. 1 in 4 of the poorest adolescents has never attended school, and more than million adolescents of secondary school age are out of school. This statement, formerly known as A Call to Action: What We Know About Adolescent Literacy Instruction and Ways to Support Teachers in Meeting Students’ Needs, was updated in July with the new title, A Call to Action: What We Know about Adolescent Literacy Instruction.
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Understanding & Engaging Adolescents blends concepts of learning and motivation with classroom applications and activities. The authors cover theory, learning styles, and classroom management and present easy-to-implement, innovative strategies that educators can use.
A proven-to-work tool kit for motivating adolescent learners. Combining commonsense advice with social/behavioral psychology, this engaging book provides a comprehensive look at how adolescents learn and offers activities to inspire greater student interest and : $ Understanding and engaging adolescents.
[Jeffrey Miller; Peter Desberg] -- A proven-to-work tool kit for motivating adolescent learners. Combining commonsense advice with social/behavioral psychology, this engaging book provides a comprehensive look at how adolescents learn. This engaging, accessible book combines commonsense advice with social/behavioural psychology to provide a comprehensive look at how adolescents learn.
"Finally, a book that targets reading motivation and engagement during the critical years of middle and high school. This rich compendium of information offers a solid plan of action for teachers who want to ensure that their students are highly motivated literacy learners."Reviews: 2.
Written by teachers, in collaboration with renowned Understanding and engaging adolescents book John Guthrie, Engaging Adolescents in Reading depicts five vital classroom practices for engaging adolescents in reading.
Each practice is linked to a key motivational quality such as interest, ownership, confidence, collaboration, and the desire to understand texts fully. The key to engaging reluctant teen readers is finding books that are both appealing and accessible. Here are some books that cover topics of high interest to teens, but are written at lower reading levels.
“A Boy Called Twister,” by Anne Schraff This is one of many books that are called “hi-lo.”. Engaging Adolescents™. ONE-DAY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT. Equips you with the knowledge to teach parents and carers skills to resolve teenager behaviour problems.
This workshop provides easy-to-use techniques to teach to parents and carers skills that they can use to enlist adolescents to manage their own teenager behaviour problems and emotional reactions.
This book was written inso there may be more rich kids in America now than listed in this book, but it remains an engaging read for young adults. The kids (ages 9 to 23) are great role. Asking them to perform the story will engage them with the content much more than just reading or listening.
Similarly watching their peers perform is always an enjoyable activity for teens – particularly if it involves laughter. Some teens will be happy to perform solo, but it is generally safer if possible to get teens to perform in groups.
Engaging Adolescents in Reading book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Start by marking “Engaging Adolescents in Reading” as Want to Read: Reread for the third time. I consider John Guthrie's research vital to my understanding of reading engagement and the reading needs and challenges of teens.4/5(4).
Drawing on psychologist Michael Hawton’s 30 years of experience, Engaging Adolescents is a practical guide to help you steer your teenager through the challenging times with confidence/5(3). His book Engaging 'Tweens and Teens: A Brain-Compatible Approach to Reaching Middle and High School Students aims to show teachers how to cope with the developing -- and often baffling -- teenage brain.
(Read an excerpt from the book.)Author: Amy Standen. Early adolescence can be a challenging time for children and parents alike. Parents often feel unprepared and they may view the years from 10 through 14 as a time just “to get through.” However, research and common sense tell us that this view is very limited.
During the early adolescent years, parents and families can greatly influence the. Despite some adults' negative perceptions about teens, they are often energetic, thoughtful, and idealistic, with a deep interest in what's fair and right.
So, although it can be a period of conflict between parent and child, the teen years are also a time to help kids. Life is about understanding others. This book will help you do that. Influence by Robert B. Cialdini. This classic book teaches you the science of persuasion. And it’s full of research and anecdotes that will change the way you look at life, relationships, business, and people’s intentions.
A common sight in malls, in pizza parlors, in Starbucks, and wherever else American teens hang out: three or four kids, hooded, gathered around a table, leaning over like monks or druids, their.
Understanding Oppositional Children. A Classroom Incident single best predictor of antisocial behaviors at age 27, 28 And having a socialized conduct disorder during adolescence is the best predictor of fight with unfamiliar peers, skip school, and engage in vandalism.
When their behavior comes to the attention of the mental health. Developmentally, adolescents also tend to be more impulsive and emotional—they are more inclined to make impulsive decisions, engage in impulsive behaviour, and act recklessly compared to adults.
Adolescence is a time of amazing creativity, intensive emotionality, social engagement but also a time of taking risky decisions and behaviour.
Opportunities. Social media contains a wealth of patient-generated content, providing an opportunity to better understand the patient-perspective on their healthcare and their perception of quality. 6 For example, regularly tracking comments or reviews that adolescents and young adults post on physician or healthcare rating sites, such as andcan identify.
Parenting teenagers can be tricky at the best of times. But when the tough issues arise — behavioural problems, unacceptable risk-taking, lack of motivation to fit in with the family’s values — parents can struggle with what to do, their child often seemingly out of reach to their influence.
Drawing on psychologist Michael Hawton’s 30 [ ].Understanding Adolescents by Lisa Baron, LCSW Adolescence is a time of change. Of primary importance to adolescents is their developing independence and autonomy, being heard, their friends, and their developing interests. understanding and working with adolescents in the context of larger systems (Lerner & Galambos, ); although working with adolescents and families is critical, systemic change is sometimes needed to safeguard adolescent health.
Also at the heart of Developing Adolescentsis the theme that today’s adolescent needs one thing that adults seem.