Changing Behaviour in Schools
"Changing Behaviour in Schools" is an excellent resource for parents and teachers with an interest in being part of a positive school community.
This optimistic book by Sue Roffey, is divided into four sections, the first dedicated to fostering the best qualities and skills in teachers, the next two focus on students and how to encourage positive behaviour in a pro-social classroom; while the final section draws on the role of the whole school.
"Changing Behaviour in Schools" is both refreshing and inspirational as the author gains meaning from the challenging behaviour expressed by students who are often considered 'troublemakers' and instead she offers insight into inclusive practices and teacher resilience.
This highly recommended book is also useful for principals, psychologists and school counsellors as a tool to restore relationships based on the power of positivity, emotional literacy and participation. Family Counsellor are also likely to find the points on positive relationships fantastic food for thought for clients of all ages within the context of family counselling.
ASD & De-Escalation Strategies
A practical guide to positive behavioural interventions for children and young people by Steve Brown. With clear advice and strategies that can be easily implemented in practice, Steve Brown explains...
Asperger's and Girls
Recently added to our recommended book list, "Asperger's and Girls" is an informative and practical title to support parents with female children with Aspergers. This title has won the Book...
Fitting in to school and social life can be the single most challenging task when you have Asperger's syndrome — "Asperger's Rules!" can help. The strategies in this book will...