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Building Authentic Relationships With Youth At Risk provides all members of a school staff with an approach to connecting with students that has proven successful with all students, especially those hardest to reach. All the tools needed for providing ten sessions of professional development, or combined sessions, are contained on the DVD.
(2011)Item Number: PD1102
Research-Based Remedial Reading Strategies for Teens provides the basis for an understanding of the core components or remedial reading instruction, methods for evaluating adolescents¹ reading skills and abilities, and reading resources that can be used by a teacher. (2011)Item Number: ES1101
Learn how to guide your students' reflections to incorporate ethical decision making, whether it's related to everyday problems or global issues. (2011)Item Number: SL1101
Learn how elected officials, in particular mayors, can be engaged in dropout prevention and what school officials and citizens can do to engage their elected officials. (2010)Item Number: ES1002
Authentic relationships between students and educators are important in the process of learning. Building these relationships with disengaged or at-risk students can be difficult at best. This monograph presents an overview of an approach to building authentic relationships based on the experience, insights, and educational background of the author, who is both a principal and a clinical social worker. Building trust as a means to building relationships is presented as the base of this approach. The theory behind it and the five essential strategies to building trust are presented with supplementary resources. (2010)Item Number: ES0902
This thorough presentation of the PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) model provides educators with a systemic approach to dropout prevention. In addition, results from implementation in several New Hampshire high schools illustrate its strengths. (2010)Item Number: ES1001
The Positive Effects of Mentoring provides staff with a comprehensive introduction to mentoring, as well as an in-depth look at the essential components to an effective mentoring program. All the tools you need to conduct ten sessions of professional development, or combined sessions, are contained on the DVD. (2010)Item Number: PD1101
If your students can't read, they cannot learn science, math, or history and are more likely to become dropouts. With this latest publication, educators at the middle and high school levels will learn techniques to assist their struggling readers in learning important reading skills, no matter what these educators teach. (2009)Item Number: ES0901
Service-learning has the potential to strengthen the protective factors that make young people resilient. This guidebook shows how to maximize the service-learning experience to promote positive youth development. (2008)Item Number: SL0602
A principal, effective with students at risk, shares his strategies for successful school leadership. (2007)Item Number: ES0602
Young people will learn how to evaluate their service-learning programs with this guidebook, empowering them with the skills for other evaluation opportunities throughout life. (2007)Item Number: SL0603