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  1. Autoethnography 1 item
  2. Reflection & Journaling 4 items
    1. Why is reflective thinking uncommon - Hans Gelter 10/2003

      Article Essential

    2. Learning journals: a handbook for reflective practice and professional development - Jennifer A. Moon 2006

      Book Recommended

  3. Theoretical Perspectives 5 items
    References in this section focus on different theoretical perspectives on relationships and behaviors.
    1. Beyond behaviorism: changing the classroom management paradigm - H. Jerome Freiberg, Jere E. Brophy c1999

      Book Recommended

    2. Perspectives on behaviour: a practical guide to interventions for teachers - Harry Ayers, Don Clarke, Anne Murray 2000

      Book Essential

    3. Motivation and personality - Abraham H. Maslow 1987

      Book Recommended

    4. Behaviour in schools: [theory and practice for teachers] - Louise Porter 2014

      Book Essential

    5. Behaviour management in the classroom: a transactional analysis approach - Sandra Newell, David Jeffery 2002

      Book Essential

  4. FBA/BIPs 7 items
    1. A Screening Matrix for an Initial Line of Inquiry - P. D. Nordness, K. D. Swain, A. Haverkost 01/03/2012

      Article 

  5. Resilience/Self-determination 7 items
  6. School Wide Positive Behavioral Supports (SWPBS) 10 items
    1. Behavior management: a practical approach for educators - Thomas M. Shea, Anne M. Bauer, James Edwin Walker c2012

      Book 

    2. The Impact of Enhancing Students’ Social and Emotional Learning: A Meta-Analysis of School-Based Universal Interventions - Joseph A. Durlak, Roger P. Weissberg, Allison B. Dymnicki, Rebecca D. Taylor 01/2011

      Article 

    3. Changing behaviour in schools: promoting positive relationships and wellbeing - Sue Roffey 2011

      Book 

    4. Managing classroom behavior using positive behavior supports - Terrance M. Scott, Cynthia M. Anderson, Peter Alter c2012

      Book 

  7. Emotional/Social Skills Training 7 items
    1. Handbook of emotional & behavioural difficulties - Peter Clough 2005

      Book Essential

    2. Emotional Intelligence and Education: A critical review - Neil Humphrey, Andrew Curran, Elisabeth Morris, Peter Farrell 04/2007

      Article 

    3. Measures of Social and Emotional Skills for Children and Young People: A Systematic Review - N. Humphrey, A. Kalambouka, M. Wigelsworth, A. Lendrum 01/08/2011

      Article 

  8. Peer Support/Peer Mediation 6 items
    1. Peer-Mediated Social Skill Instruction for African American Males with or at Risk for Mild Disabilities - Ya-yu Lo, April L. Mustian, Alicia Brophy, Richard B. White 19/07/2011

      Article 

    2. Peer mediation - Hilary Cremin, ebrary, Inc 2007 (electronic resource)

      Book  Comprehensive text, outlining peer mediation and the role it can play with regard to student voice, inclusion and empowerment when thoughtfully implemented and sustained.

  9. Restorative Justice 11 items
    1. Restorative approaches to conflict in schools: interdisciplinary perspectives on whole school approaches to managing relationships - Edward Sellman, Hilary Cremin, Gillean McCluskey 2014

      Book Essential

    2. Restorative Justice: Pedagogy, Praxis, and Discipline - Brenda E. Morrison, Dorothy Vaandering 04/2012

      Article 

    3. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Restorative Justice: Developing Insights for Education - Hilary Cremin, Edward Sellman, Gillean McCluskey 12/2012

      Article  Article discussing the different conceptualisation of restorative justice within different academic disciplines and their applicability to education.

    4. Challenges to school exclusion: exclusion, appeals, and the law - Neville S. Harris, Karen Eden, Ann Blair, ebrary, Inc 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book  Think about the following factors: What are the most common reasons given to justify exclusion, do you have any comments, even concerns, about the categorisations used? Age – do exclusions peak at a particular age and why might this be? Gender – are boys excluded more than girls and why might this be? Ethnicity – are some ethnic groups more vulnerable to exclusion than others and why might this be? SEN status – is having special needs identified protective at all? Can you identify any other patterns?

    5. The Role of School Exclusion Processes in the Re-Production of Social and Educational Disadvantage - Louise Gazeley 14/09/2010

      Article Recommended Offers a critique of exclusion from school with sociological and socio-political analyses

    6. Building and restoring respectful relationships in schools: a guide to using restorative practice - Richard Hendry 2009

      Book  To familiarise yourself with the key characteristics of restorative approaches in schools and some of the key implementation issues, please read Chapters 1-3.

  10. Bullying/Anger Management 4 items
    1. Anger management: a practical guide - Adrian Faupel, Elizabeth Herrick, Peter Sharp 2011

      Book 

  11. Self-esteem/Self-concept/Shame 6 items
    1. The dangerous rise of therapeutic education - Kathryn Ecclestone, Dennis Hayes 2009

      Book Recommended

    2. Freedom to learn - Carl R. Rogers, H. Jerome Freiberg c1994

      Book Recommended

  12. Intimate Relationships 5 items
  13. Teacher Stress 6 items
    1. Resilient teachers: resisting stress and burnout - Sue Howard, Bruce Johnson 2004

      Article 

    2. Stress management for teachers - Elizabeth Hartney, ebrary, Inc 2008 (electronic resource)

      Book 

  14. ADHD 5 items
    1. Critical new perspectives on ADHD - Gwynedd Lloyd, Joan Stead, David Cohen 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    2. ADHD and comorbid conduct problems among adolescents: associations with self-esteem and substance use - Kerrie Glass, Kate Flory, Amber Martin, Benjamin L. Hankin 2011-3

      Article 

  15. Handbook of emotional & behavioural difficulties - Peter Clough 2005

    Book 

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