The Empathy Advantage: Coaching Children to Be Kind, Respectful, and Successful

The Empathy Advantage: Coaching Children to Be Kind, Respectful, and Successful

by Lynne Azarchi
The Empathy Advantage: Coaching Children to Be Kind, Respectful, and Successful

The Empathy Advantage: Coaching Children to Be Kind, Respectful, and Successful

by Lynne Azarchi

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Overview

At a time of increased bullying, racism, and intolerance, The Empathy Advantage fills a critical need. This easy-to-use guide helps busy parents and educators teach children of all ages the ability to “walk in someone else’s shoes.” These people skills last a lifetime and help kids grow into caring, kind, respectful adults, ensuring future success.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781538143704
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 11/04/2020
Pages: 324
Product dimensions: 5.70(w) x 8.60(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Lynne Azarchi is executive director of Kidsbridge Tolerance Center outside of Trenton, New Jersey—a nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering bullying prevention, anti-bias, diversity appreciation, empathy, and empowerment strategies for youth. She is a tireless advocate for improving the lives of at-risk youth in communities across New Jersey. Kidsbridge is the only evidence-based center dedicated to youth in the country, with more than 2,500 preschool, elementary, and middle school students and educators improving their social-emotional skills each year. Azarchi has won many awards and been published both in newspapers and academic journals. She is a frequent speaker to parent and teacher groups, corporations and major educational conferences. She lives with her husband in Princeton Junction, New Jersey.

Table of Contents

CONTENTS Acknowledgments Chapter 1 – Why YOU Should Care about Empathy Chapter 2 – Empathy CAN Be Taught Chapter 3 – The Science and Biology of Empathy Chapter 4 – Empathy 101: Defining How Empathy Fits in with Other Emotional Skills Chapter 5 – Empathy, Media, and Social Media Chapter 6 – Parent Tips – Strengthening Moral Compasses Chapter 7 – Teaching Empathy: Infant to Three Years Chapter 8 – Teaching Empathy: Three to Six Years Chapter 9 – Teaching Empathy: Elementary Years Chapter 10 – Teaching Empathy: Middle School Years Chapter 11 – Teaching Empathy: High School Years Chapter 12 – Empathy: Critical for Bullying Prevention Chapter 13 – What Parents Want Chapter 14 – Self-Compassion and Self-Empathy Chapter 15 – Active Listening Chapter 16 – Empathy and Gender Chapter 17 – Empathy’s Cousins: Social-Emotional Skills Chapter 18 – Teaching Empathy through Documentary Films, Storytelling, and Photos Chapter 19 – Pets and Empathy Chapter 20 – Heroes and More Heroes Chapter 21 – Empathy and Paying It Forward Last Thoughts Appendices Bibliography
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