Creating Emotionally Safe Schools A Guide for Educators and Parents

ISBN-10: 1558748148
ISBN-13: 9781558748149
Edition: 2001
Authors: Jane Bluestein
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Description: Something is terribly wrong withour schools. How did a place that should be a sanctuary for kids becomes asource of fear and intimidation? What has happened? In CreatingEmotionally Safe Schools, Jane Bluesteinoffers a plan to return schools to  More...

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List price: $14.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Health Communications, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/1/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 500
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.672
Language: English

Something is terribly wrong withour schools. How did a place that should be a sanctuary for kids becomes asource of fear and intimidation? What has happened? In CreatingEmotionally Safe Schools, Jane Bluesteinoffers a plan to return schools to havens of nurturing and learning. Sheexamines environmental, historical, developmental, psychological, sociological,interpersonal, instructional and administrative factors that contribute to theemotional climate of an educational institution. This is a comprehensive view ofwhat makes a school feel the way it feels, and what we can do to make it feelsafe for every child-and every adult-who walks through its doors. Emotional safety has manydimensions, such as: the impact of the family and early development, childhoodstress and coping, the changing role of the school, acceptance and emotionalsupport, respect and belonging, temperament and labels, gangs and violence,instructional strategies, learning styles and multiple intelligences, teachertraining and support, and the inherent need for a sense of community. The message Jane Bluestein brings ispositive: information, programs and solutions are available that can ultimatelymake our schools inviting, inspiring, and, yes-safe. Includes: Comprehensive list of references and resources Complete index

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Dimensions of a Very Big Picture
What Safety Is
Defining Emotional Safety
Safety for Adults in Schools
The Heart of the Matter: Feelings and School
Safety: It's a Brain Thing
Learning and the Brain
Memory and Emotion
Fear, Stress and Learning
Stressful or Painful School Events, Experiences and Situations That Can Compromise Emotional Safety
Body and Mind
Movement and Learning
Turn It Up, Turn It Down
How We Look, What We See
Monsters in the Closet: Where Children Are Coming From
Monsters in the Closet
When the Cradle Falls
"No, Really ... I'm Fine": Coping and Compensating
Fight, Flight or Freeze
Taking Our Family Roles to School
Survival Behaviors in the Classroom
Over the Edge: A World of Violence
Violence in Kids' Lives
That's Entertainment
Bang, Bang! You're Dead!
When Violence Happens in Schools: The Reactions
Brave New World: The Changing Role of the School
Rethinking Our Priorities
Testing, Testing
The Age of Connectedness
All Are Welcome Here: The Need for Community
Worth the Investment
Connecting in School
Logistical Issues: A Sizeable Question
The Power of Advocacy
Putting It All Together
All the King's Horses
Snags in the Tapestry
The School as a Dysfunctional Family
Impression Management
Oversimplification
Reactivity
Scarcity Thinking and Negativity
Product vs. Process
Constructive Alternatives to Dysfunctional Patterns
More Welcome than Others: Discrimination and Belonging
One Fine Stew
Pretty and Popular
Stand by Me
Where Never Was Heard a Discouraging Word
How Does Your Garden Grow? More Diversity, More Discrimination
The Animal School: A Fable
When the Elevator Only Goes Down
Diversity 101: Lots of Ways to Learn
Is This Channel Open?
Personality and Temperament
How Are You Smart?
The Toolbox
Academic Safety: Learning and Success
Power, Success and the Freedom to "Fail"
How'm I Doing? Feedback and Assessment
Winners All Around: Cooperation and Service
Emotional Safety: Personal and Character Development
I Been Down So Long
Bouncing Back: The Art of Resiliency
The Myth of the Self-Esteem "Myth"
The Myth of the Self-Esteem Myth
Toward a Strong, Moral Character
Bearing Witness: Support for Children in Crisis
The Spirit of the School
Social Safety: Belonging and Interpersonal Competence
When Kids Don't Play Nice
The Other End of the Stick
Bully-Proofing the Schools
Respecting Differences, Changing Beliefs
The Teacher as Model
Behavioral Safety: Discipline and Cooperation
Traditions of Disempowerment
Zero-Tolerance and Push-Out Strategies
Spare the Rod!
A Discipline Paradigm for the New Millennium
The Win-Win Classroom
Physical Safety: The Student Body
Things That Go Bump in the Environment
Yummy, Yummy, Yummy, Is There Food in Your Tummy?
I'm Hyperactive, You're Hyperactive
Taking the Path Less Traveled
The Grownups
Teacher Safety: Protecting the Protectors
Teachers as Learners
The State of the Teacher
Are You at Risk?
Follow the Leader
Administrative Behaviors That Motivate, Empower, Value, Inspire and Build Commitment and Trust
Work-Environment Questionnaire
The Collaborators: Parents and Community
Dealing Successfully with Your Students' Parents
Rethinking Our Priorities, Part II: Valuing the People Who Work with Our Kids
Epilogue: Are We Almost There Yet?
Survey: Is Your School an Emotionally Safe Place?
Building Emotional Safety Worksheet
Chapter Notes
Recommended Resources
Index

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