RESOURCES

Our site is dedicated to helping teachers become better and more effective and our guests have shared the following resources that have made a difference in how they teach.


RESOURCES:

Recommended Book: “Raising Boys” by Steve Biddulph  or visit his web site at:  http://www.stevebiddulph.com/Site_1/Books.html

Michelle Garcia Winner    https://www.socialthinking.com

News-to-you and Unique Learning systems at:  https://www.n2y.com/default.aspx

“Teaching with Love and Logic” by Jim Fay and Davis Funk. https://www.loveandlogic.com

HighScope Educational Research Foundation can be found at http://highscope.org/

You can find more information here

  1. About resolving conflicts with young children at www.highscope.org/conflict
  2. About the HighScope approach at www.highscope.org/preschool
  3. About working with children special needs children at www.highscope.org/specialneeds
  4. HighScope distributes Conflict Resources from Betsy Evans here https://secure.highscope.org/ProductCart/pc/showsearchresults.asp?pageStyle=H&resultCnt=10&keyword=Betsy+Evans
  5. Schools/programs can purchase workshop’s taught by Betsy by contacting at HighScope

Betsy Evans author of “You Can’t come to my Birthday Party” a book about conflict resolution for children:   http://www.amazon.com/Birthday-Party-Conflict-Resolution-Children/dp/1573791598/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

Life Space Crisis Intervention (LSCI) is a nationally recognized training and certification program for turning crisis situations into learning opportunities for children and youth with chronic patterns of self-defeating behaviors. There web site is:   http://www.lsci.org/

Boys Town is home to parenting and child behavior experts who have developed a wealth of original content over the years that is available for free in their For Parents section at:   http://www.boystown.org/

CPI was established in 1980 for human service professionals to address the need for training in safe, respectful, noninvasive methods for managing disruptive and assaultive behavior. Their web site is:    http://www.crisisprevention.com/