Developing emotional intelligence: a guide to behavior management and conflict resolution in schools
This book is a call to educate rather than control. It shows how to create a noncoercive behavior management program in which students learn to intentionally use their emotions to guide them in making responsible, need-fulfilling choices. Covers areas such as learning; interpersonal relationships; problem solving; and adapting to the complex demands of growth, development, and change. The appendix presents seven lessons to give students a basic understanding of their behavior -- emphasizing that all behavior is purposeful and that all behavior is chosen.
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Leaving College: Rethinking the Causes and Cures of Student Attrition
No preview available - 1993
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