4 edition of educator"s guide to safe schools found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Eric M. Roher, Robert W. Weir.|
|Contributions||Weir, Robert W. 1964-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 224 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||224|
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This book is a user-friendly source of data, ideas, and resources for educators and communities at large."--Marie Sobers, Teacher Intern Supervisor, George Mason University "Creating Safe Schools is filled with facts, figures, and tables to help understand the complexities of creating safe schools while dealing with the sensitive issues.
The 5/5(1). This item: Creating Emotionally Safe Schools: A Guide for Educators and Parents by Jane Bluestein PhD Paperback $ Only 4 left in stock (more on Cited by: Early Warning, Timely Response: A Guide to Safe Schools was based on the work of an independent panel of experts in the fields of education, law enforcement, and mental health.
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The Safe Schools Project provides a variety of resources for students, families and educators. Local support services with contact information for students and parents ; Resources for Educators; Publications: Inclusive Sex Education: A Comprehensive Sex Education Guide for Teachers; LGBT History Curriculum Guide: 11th Grade.
A Guide for Parents & Educators. by Dr. Jane Bluestein. Save 20%!We are closing our Store and only have limited quantities of this book remaining. This thoroughly readable, research-based book covers all the bases—including, social, neurological, emotional, academic, cultural and physical factors that impact the emotional climate of a school, and how safe schools feel to the people who.
The NEA HIN School Crisis Guide A step-by-step resource created by educators for educators can make it easier for NEA leaders and school district administrators and principals to keep schools safe — so teachers can teach and children can learn.
Maintaining a Safe Environment: In Middle Schools. A Guide to Safe Schools Sections in this guide include: Ł Section 1: Introduction. All staff, students, parents, and members of the community must be part of creating a safe school environment.
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The book offers ‘tips from the trenches’ with practical suggestions and strategies to help school administrators, teachers, parents, and students create safe schools.”.
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Schools are safe places. Our school staff works with local police and fire departments, emergency responders, and hospitals to keep you safe. Our school is safe because. We all play a role in the school safety.
Be observant and let an adult know if you see or hear something that makes you feel uncomfortable, nervous, or frightened.For educators and school personnel, the reality of these crimes and the severity of their impact are cause for a call to action.
Schools can and should be safe havens for students, and even more so for some students whose lives are otherwise characterized by instability and lack of safety or security.
In these cases, school personnel.Early Childhood Educators Establish Routines. Routines are an important part of building a safe environment. Preschool teachers learn in their Early Childhood Educator courses how to establish and enforce classroom routines.
While these routines provide other important functions such as teaching kids about responsibility and self-discipline, they also help with establishing rules and guidelines.