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A Longitudinal Study of Children's Theory of Mind, Self-Concept
self-worth, and school behavior. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 32, 141-155. Bosacki, S. (2008). Children's emotional lives: Sensitive shadows in the classroom. New York: Peter Lang. Bosacki, S., & Astington, J. (1999). Theory of mind in preadolescence: Relations between social understanding and social competence.
Elementary School Teachers' Reflections on Shy Children in the
This study explored teachers' perceptions of shy children in the classroom during the elementary school grades. .... emotional lives in the classroom, the dearth of in-depth analyses of teachers' perceptions, attitudes, and ...... Classroom Silence (2005, Peter Lang) and Children's Emotional Lives: Sensitive Shadows in the.
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Early adolescents' emotional perceptions and engagement with
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A Longitudinal Study of Children's Theory of Mind and Drawings of
Aug 30, 2013 ... Children's emotional lives: Sensitive shadows in the classroom. New York: Peter Lang. Bosacki, S., & Astington, J. (1999). Theory of mind in preadolescence: Relations between social understanding and social competence. Social Development, 8, 237-255. Bosacki, S., Varnish, A., & Akseer, S. (2008).
theory of mind and self-concept in Canadian and Polish youth
Children's emotional lives: Sensitive shadows in the classroom. New York, NY: Peter Lang. Bosacki, S., & Astington, J. (1999). Theory of mind in preadolescence : Relations between social understanding and social competence. Social Development, 8, 237–255. Bronfenbrenner, U. (1977). Toward an experimental ecology ...
Shadow play: mindfulness and reflection in Waldorf education
because they seek to live in the bright light of the spirit (Miller, 2012). ... offerings, sustainability; inclusion of students with special needs and behavioural and emotional difficulties and dealing with parent ... Waldorf schools are profound learning communities for children, but rarely conscious learning communities for adults.
Embracing diversity: toolkit for creating inclusive, learning-friendly
as ensuring equity in the classroom, in learning materials, in teaching and learning ... Understanding and Responding to Children's Needs in Inclusive. Classrooms. UNESCO (2001) Paris. UNICEF's Web sites on Life Skills as well as “Teachers Talking About. Learning ... social, emotional, linguistic, or other characteristics.
Overseas Schools Offering Support to Children with Special Needs
impairments, and mild emotional/behavioral disabilities. SEN teachers are qualified and support assistants are qualified or come with years of classroom experience of supporting children in this setting. Due to limited resources, assessments of children of learning disabilities would need to occur before a decision of ...
Establishing a Research Agenda for American Indian and Alaska
Children's Personal and Emotional Development . . . . .33 ..... and cultural sensitivity in carrying out and reporting research results, .... unique cultural characteristics of children and families and the goals and values of the local communities in which they live. National research and evaluation activities of Head Start typically.
Developmentally Appropriate Learning
Supporting children's emotional development involves helping students become skilled in recognizing and. II. ... what they see as salient to their lives and compatible with social expectations of their abilities and behavior. Chil- ..... Similarly, helping younger students understand how shadows are formed will later help them.
Parenting skills: Impact of parental knowledge and expectations
Can changing parental knowledge, dysfunctional expectations and attributions, and emotion regulation improve outcomes for children? ... However, mothers who report high parental self-efficacy but low knowledge are least sensitive in their interactions with their infants.4. In general, there is scant research on parents' ...
Creativity in the English language classroom
This chapter focuses on the idea that a sensitive awareness of the characteristics and potential of the ... This chapter looks at children learning English as a foreign language at primary schools and how by using seven ... perfect environment for teachers and students to tell stories about their own lives and experiences.
Supporting the Student with Down Syndrome in Your Classroom
similarities in appearance, children with Down syndrome will look more like their family members than they do one another. They will have a full range of emotions and attitudes, are creative and imaginative in play, and grow up to live independent lives with varying degrees of support and accommodations. Individuals with ...
Children on the Autism Spectrum and the Reggio Emilia Approach
education in a child's early life.6 The Reggio Emilia approach inspires students to create their own “learning environment that will facilitate [their] co-construction of [ their] own cognitive, social and emotional powers through meaningful relationships with peers, teachers and surroundings.”7 Studies in the 1990s found that ...
Autism Speaks School Community Tool Kit.
Sharon Copeland, Autism Classroom Teacher, Wilshire Elementary School, Thornhill, Ontario. □ Sonia Dickson Bracks, Autism Program Consultant, Los Angeles, California. □ Lori Ernsperger, Ph.D. Autism and Behavioral Consulting, Henderson, NV. □ Kathy Fallin, Exceptional Children Program Specialist for ...
PRESCHOOL MATERIALS GUIDE
In this guide, we look at the whole classroom to identify and describe basic equipment and materials that should be in classrooms for preschool aged children. The following sections of this guide provide descriptions of common learning centers found in early childhood classrooms. The description of each learning center ...
Guidelines for Preschool Learning Experiences
Apr 1, 2003 ... Many Massachusetts preschool classrooms include children with disabilities. Teachers need to promote the integration of these children with their peers in regular classroom activities. Emphasizing what children can do and enjoy doing builds their confidence. Children with disabilities should be viewed as ...
Learning from the Challenges of our Times: global security, terrorism
Jul 1, 2011 ... Be mindful of trauma and how it has played a role in the lives of your students. ... Be sensitive to the vulnerability of students who have a history of trauma in their own lives and how they may ... students were young children in 2001 and may recall emotional responses and behaviors to images in 2011 as.