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101 Ways to Develop Student Self-esteem and Responsibility: The Teacher As Coach (One Hundred One Ways to Develop Student Self-Esteem & Respon) epub

by Jack Canfield,Frank Siccone


101 Ways to Develop Student Self-esteem and Responsibility: The Teacher As Coach (One Hundred One Ways to Develop Student Self-Esteem & Respon) epub

ISBN: 0205133681

ISBN13: 978-0205133680

Author: Jack Canfield,Frank Siccone

Category: Education and Teaching

Subcategory: Schools & Teaching

Language: English

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon (June 1, 1992)

Pages: 288 pages

ePUB book: 1315 kb

FB2 book: 1622 kb

Rating: 4.5

Votes: 127

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Jack Canfield Jack Canfield earned his Bachelor's of Arts from Harvard .

Jack Canfield Jack Canfield earned his Bachelor's of Arts from Harvard and a Master's degree from the University of Massachusetts. he also has an honorary doctorate from the University of Santa Monica. He is the founder of Self Esteem Seminars in Santa Barbara, California, which trains entrepreneurs, educators, corporate leaders and employees in how to accelerate achievement. Siccone is President of Siccone Institute, an organization that provides training and consulting services in the areas of business, education, and personal development.

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To achieve this goal, 101 activities that can foster students' self-esteem and responsibility are presented in this book. Assuming that education reform should begin with teachers, the first section is devoted to them and what they can do to improve their own self-esteem

To achieve this goal, 101 activities that can foster students' self-esteem and responsibility are presented in this book. Assuming that education reform should begin with teachers, the first section is devoted to them and what they can do to improve their own self-esteem. It asks teachers to envision new roles for themselves-as leaders, as role models, and as coaches-and outlines activities to help them realize these roles.

The Teacher As Coach (One Hundred One Ways to Develop Student Self-Esteem & Respon). Motivation in education, Self-actualization (Psychology), Self-esteem. by Jack Canfield, Frank Siccone. Published June 1992 by Allyn & Bacon Motivation in education, Self-actualization (Psychology), Self-esteem.

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Self-esteem is an important component to almost everything children do: Not only will it help with academic performance, it supports social skills and makes it easier for children to have and keep friends.

Self-esteem is an important component to almost everything children do: Not only will it help with academic performance, it supports social skills and makes it easier for children to have and keep friends. Relationships with peers and teachers are usually more positive with a healthy dose of self-esteem. Children are also better equipped to cope with mistakes, disappointment, and failure, they are more likely to stick with challenging tasks and complete learning activities

101 Ways To Develop Student Self-Esteem and Responsibility by Jack . Self-esteem refers to how you feel about yourself as a person and how much you value yourself

101 Ways To Develop Student Self-Esteem and Responsibility by Jack Canfield and Frank Siccone. Building Self-Esteem by Linda R. Zack. The Skin I'm In by Sharon G. Flake. Their thematic units bring personal and environmental health issues to life using real-world examples based on their students, schools and communities. Self-esteem refers to how you feel about yourself as a person and how much you value yourself. In this lesson, students learn strategies to protect, raise, and reinforce their self-esteem.

Teacher resource on developing student self-esteem and responsibility.
Lots of good ideas here for a teacher.
Great stuff!
This book is a toolbook. A compendium of practical strategies for teachers who understand the relationship between the developing self-concept of young people and how well those young people handle the often trying and challenging processes involved in learning. School can be exasperating, confusing, frightening --- as well as exhilarating, enabling, freeing, empowering. Even the best teacher's efforts with a student can be sabotaged by that student's own self-doubts and fears of failure. Here is a book that helps teachers find ways to help students explore and heal their self-esteem and find renewed strengths to deal with the stresses of school.

I wish I had this book thirty years ago when I was working with high school students. I highly recommend it. The person who managed to post the same negative review TWICE (Is Amazon reading any of these things?) probably either didn't read the book, has a personal problem of some kind or simply has no teaching experience at all. I've been a teacher, a social worker, a professor of educational psychology --- an educator with nearly forty years of experience. This is a GREAT book!
As a former founding member of the National Association for Self-Esteem, I've often found myself reading and reviewing self-esteem books, curricula and other materials. Many are of the "let's get the kids to feel good" variety or even worse. This book is lightyears beyond that. It's a really thoughtful compendium of classroom-tested techniques for helping students to explore and enhance their self-esteem and to do so with the guidance of adults: parents, teachers and counselors.

When we get one more horror story in the news about young people doing some destructive act or engaging in self-destructive behavior, I'm again saddened that books of this quality are not in the hands of every teacher in our nation. I believe if these kinds of strategies were in use more consistently, we'd see a real decline in those negative stories and a perceptible rise in stories of children engaging in self-development and community service.

This is a must read book for anyone concerned with education of young people in America. It's extremely practical as well as thought provoking.
I am purchasing this book for the second time. I used this book at least 15 years ago in college and when substituting. I have never forgotten the student's response to lessons. I have moved several times and have managed to either misplace it or forgot who I loaned it to. My original copy with ear tagged pages and highlighted text was falling apart. Buying a new copy will allow me to experience it all again as a counselor in middle school. This book is better than any anti bullying book on the market today.
This book is a great tool for educators who are looking for practical and effective ways of increasing their students' self-esteem and sense of personal responsibility. The authors' dedication to this worthwhile goal is clearly evident on every page of this book. Their suggested activities are well thought-out, described in helpful detail -- and really do work in the classroom.
This is an excellent teaching manual for teachers of all grade levels. Jack Canfield and Frank Siccone present concise lessons to develop self-esteem and responsibility. The lessons are peppered with amusing cartoons, and provide step-by-step activities. This should be required reading for all teachers and coaches.
Well this book starts at a chapter i believe is how to cope with yourself and this chapter tells u all about the subject like why you have to do this and that alot is explained in this book about coping with relationships