English-Spanish bilingual editions of titles in Free Spirit’s popular Best Behavior series.
Author: Elizabeth Verdick
Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
English-Spanish bilingual editions of titles in Free Spirit’s popular Best Behavior series. This friendly, encouraging bilingual English-Spanish book introduces and reinforces where and when to use an “indoor voice” or an “outdoor voice.” Vivid illustrations teach children the times and places for an indoor voice, the ways people ask us to quiet our voices, and how to use our words to talk about a problem. Includes a section for parents and caregivers in both languages.
As parents and teachers know, yelling comes naturally to children. This friendly, encouraging book, geared to preschool and primary children, introduces and reinforces where and when to use an indoor voice or an outdoor voice.
Author: Elizabeth Verdick
As parents and teachers know, yelling comes naturally to children. This friendly, encouraging book, geared to preschool and primary children, introduces and reinforces where and when to use an indoor voice or an outdoor voice. Vivid illustrations
22.214.171.124 Best Behavior Series This collection of board books and paperbacks by Elizabeth Verdick helps guide children ... Are Not Forever 2007) Tails Are Not for Pulling (2005) Teeth Are Not for Biting (2003) Voices Are Not for Yelling ...
Author: Deborah Kramer
This book offers solutions on how to enhance the normal development of the well child incorporating complementary medicine. The primary care provider is the only healthcare professional to see every child (0-18) and their parent, and can assess the child’s health and advise parents on how to provide a healthy environment and important practices to nurture healthy children. The book provides realistic scenarios encountered by new nurse practitioners in their clinical training. It is structured in a question and answer framework to help practitioners critically think through the best practices to be implemented during the well child visit and develop a plan of action for the family. This book provides assessment and diagnostic criteria and tools and presents common developmental and behavioral issues for each age group. The book promotes the role of professional as advocate by making recommendations for broad social policies to help all children succeed.
—Alexandre Dumas Yelling at students disrupts important relationships with them that are necessary to maintain classroom ... Raising your voice will not help a situation. ... It rarely helped the student to change their behavior.
Author: Franzy Fleck
Take charge of your school today with What Successful Principals Do! In this friendly, energetic, and engaging book, Franzy Fleck draws on his experience as a principal to share dozens of practical strategies for running a successful school. Organized into manageable chapters, Fleck’s advice is both powerful and realistic. In this second edition, you’ll find 30 additional tips covering the most timely issues, as well as 13 bonus tips! You’ll learn how to: Effectively use social media Enhance relationships with students, parents, and staff Manage complex decision-making Develop HR and personnel leadership Deal with grief, trauma, and crisis
People around us were yelling at the top of their voices, the conductor could not calm them down and Réza yelled back. They pushed and I had to push too because I couldn't let Roza do the fighting alone, I used my elbows, ...
Author: Peter Nádas
Publisher: Random House
In 1989, the memorable year when the Wall came down, a university student in Berlin on his early morning run finds a corpse lying on a park bench and alerts the authorities. This classic police-procedural scene opens an extraordinary novel, a masterwork that traces the fate of myriad Europeans - Hungarians, Jews, Germans, Gypsies - across the treacherous years of the mid-twentieth century. The social and political circumstances of their lives may vary richly, their sexual and spiritual longings may seem to each of them entirely unique, yet Peter Nádas's magnificent tapestry unveils uncanny, reverberating parallels that link them across time and space. Three unusual men are at the heart of Parallel Stories: Hans von Wolkenstein, whose German mother is linked to dark secrets of fascist-Nazi collaboration during the 1940s, Ágost Lippay-Lehr, whose influential father has served Hungary's different political régimes for decades, and Andras Rott, who has his own dark record of dark activities abroad. They are friends in Budapest when we eventually meet them in the spring of 1961, a pivotal time in the postwar epoch and in their clandestine careers. But the richly detailed, dramatic memories and actions of these men, like those of their friends, lovers and family members, range from Berlin and Moscow to Switzerland and Holland, from the Mediterranean to the North Sea, and of course, across Hungary. The ever-daring, ever-original episodes of Parallel Lives explore the most intimate, most difficult human experiences in a prose glowing with uncommon clarity and also with mysterious uncertainty - as is characteristic of Nadas's subtle, spirited art. The web of extended dramas in Parallel Stories reaches not just forward to the transformative year of 1989 but back to the spring of 1939, with Europe trembling on the edge of war; to the bestial times of 1944-45, when Budapest was besieged, the final solution devastated Hungary's Jews, and the war came to an end; and to the cataclysmic Hungarian Revolution of October 1956. But there is much more to Parallel Stories than that: it is a daring, demanding, and very moving exploration of humanity at its most constrained and its most free.
Since children don't always see the best of their parents' behaviors, appropriate modeling from teachers becomes even more important. ... This confused me, as I have many faults, but yelling at students was not one of them.
Author: Dan St. Romain
Publisher: National Center for Youth Issues
Looking for Behavior Support? Although behaviors in the school system have changed a great deal in the past few decades, our strategies for supporting those behaviors have not. When we move beyond punitive practices for dealing with misbehavior, we find strategies that work. The information in this book is not a program, nor is it a one-size-fits-all set of strategies. It is a framework based on brain research for helping educators analyze their behavioral philosophy and practices. Positive Behavior Principles outlines nine core principles that can be used to design prevention, intervention and crisis strategies for supporting student behaviors in schools. This information complements both PBIS, as well as behavioral RTI efforts.
“Good boy!” may make your dog feel good, but he's not going to know the name of the behavior he performed to earn the ... stress when you yell or scream at him, but you also desensitize him to that particular tone of voice—not so good ...
Author: Tamar Geller
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
From Oprah’s dog trainer and the New York Times bestselling author of The Loved Dog—a groundbreaking thirty-day plan for coaching dogs of all ages to become housebroken, happy, and well behaved within one month. Long known as a dog coach to the stars—her clients include Oprah Winfrey, Ben Affleck, Courteney Cox-Arquette, Owen Wilson, Natalie Portman, and Larry King—Tamar Geller changed the way Americans relate to their dogs with her bestselling book The Loved Dog. Her approach is simple and down-to-earth. Instead of utilizing the negative and often painful feedback of physical dominance, choke chains, and prong collars, Tamar recommends love, play, and mutual respect as the keys to a happy home for dog and human alike. Now, Tamar makes her Loved Dog™ Method accessible for everyone with this day-by-day guide that will lead you through the first thirty days with your new dog—or help you make a fresh start with your current dog. Drawing on her studies of wolves in the wild and basing her method on the principles of child development, Tamar uses an "instincts versus choice" approach that satisfies a dog’s Seven Basic Needs and will result in a pet with good manners. 30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog covers every question commonly asked by people embarking on the momentous journey of dog ownership: why it’s important to choose the appropriate dog for you and your lifestyle, what you can expect from a puppy versus an adult dog, how to introduce your new dog to your home, and how to respond when things don’t go according to plan. Tamar guides you every step of the way, from addressing undesired behaviors in your dog to crate and paper training him to introducing him to other dogs and helping him become relaxed with strangers. Included are important but often overlooked tips about the use of words and body language to communicate, the power of play, and the amazing value of teaching your dog some lighthearted pet tricks. Along the way, Tamar debunks myths in need of debunking: that dogs are frequently "alpha" by nature and need to be dominated; that discipline is the key to dog training, and that "success" only means getting your dog to do what you want. Instead, she shows how to align your dog's wishes with your own to create a rich and enduring relationship that works wonderfully for you both. Gentle, firm, and effective, 30 Days to a Well-Mannered Dog will build your relationship with your dog to make every new day together a day of love, joy, and discovery.
... you lowering your voice or not yelling, and discussing your concerns in private [#4]. During this encounter it is crucial to maintain nonthreatening body language and a safe distance (e.g., leg's length), maintain good eye contact, ...
Author: Deborah Antai-Otong
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
"Advances in information technologies, changes in societal demographics, and a greater emphasis on interdisciplinary teams to deliver quality and individualized health care necessitate astute listening and interpersonal skills. Nurse-Client Communication presents an overview of effective communication and its influence on therapeutic relationships across the life span."--BOOK JACKET.
Consequences □ If the student is not following instructions, his or her consequences will be as follows: Verbal Warning: for instance, if the student is yelling and one of the objectives is to use his or her inside voice, say, ...
Author: L. K. Masao
Publisher: R&L Education
No More Theories Please!: A Guide for Elementary Teachers is a classroom management guide for current and prospective elementary classroom teachers. In the book Masao discuss the 3 Rs of management—rules, routines, and reinforcement—as well as behavior management plans and organization. Some chapters provide templates of management systems that the author created and implemented successfully in her own classroom. Unlike many other education texts, this book does not speak in theoretical terms. Rather it provides a how-to guide that clearly defines each strategy and procedure. The book is divided into three sections: organization; routines, rules, and reinforcement; and classroom behavior management systems. Each section has three or four chapters and provides tangible and pragmatic steps that can be taken to create the structured environment desired. Masao writes with a conversational tone, guiding the reader through the process.