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Deiro provides powerful strategies teachers can employ to build a healthy student-teacher connection, decrease behavioral problems, and increase social and academic skills.
Foreword - Bonnie Benard Preface About the Author
1. Our Changing Roles as Teachers Changing Student Needs and the Teacher's Role Having Healthy Connections With Young People Is Key to Their Healthy Development Meeting Our Students' Needs: The Caring Teacher Central Concerns for Caring Teachers
2. Making Healthy Connections With Students What We Do To Make a Difference How I Did the Study Meet the Teachers Different Ways We Can Make Healthy Connections With Students Creating One-to-One Time with Students Using Appropriate Self-Disclosure Having High Expectations of Students While Conveying a Belief in Their Capabilities Networking with Family and Friends Building a Sense of Community Among Students Providing Rituals and Traditions Summary of the Ways To Create Healthy Connections with Students
3. Communicating to Our Students That We Care Treating Students with Dignity and Respect The Ways We Show Respect to Students How Students Respond to Respectful Treatment Summary of How We Communicate Caring
4. What It Takes to Revitalize Ourselves How We Can Revitalize Ourselves Feeling Competent Generates Emotional Rewards Beliefs About the Role of Teacher and Teaching Personal Qualities That Enhance Connecting With Students Common Interpersonal Skills and Relational Resources that Enhance Connecting with Students Support of Family, Friends, and Professionals Summary of What It Takes to Revitalize Ourselves
5. Yeah, I Hear You, But...
The Good News Responses to Concerns Concluding Thoughts Resources References Index