Resources for Teachers

On this page you can find resources for teachers on child anxiety and behaviour. We also have resources for parents here.

Child Development 

 

Child Encyclopedia

Child Encyclopedia has brief, easy-to-follow articles written by experts on a range of topics relevant to child development. Fabulous resource, make sure you check it out: http://www.child-encyclopedia.com

Incredible Teachers: Nurturing Children’s Social, Emotional, and Academic Competence

Here you’ll find materials to download and informative articles for teachers written by Carolyn Webster-Stratton, the developer of the Incredible Years programs. Please see the Supplementals page for more materials that teachers will find useful in the classroom. See: http://incredibleyears.com/parents-teachers/for-teachers

 

Books for Teachers

 

Chalfant, A.M. (2011). Managing Anxiety in People with Autism: A Treatment Guide for Parents, Teachers & Mental Health Professionals. Bethesda. MD: Woodbine House.

Coplan, R. & Rudasill, K. (2016). Quiet at School: An Educator’s Guide to Shy Children. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

Eisen, A.R. & Engler, L.B. (2006). Helping Your Child Overcome Separation Anxiety or School Refusal: A Step-by-step Guide for Parents. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.

Keogh, B. (2003). Temperament in the Classroom: Understanding Individual Differences. Baltimore, MD: Paul Brookes.

McClowry, S. G. (2014). Temperament-Based Elementary Classroom Management. New York, NY: Rowman & Littlefield.

 

Merrell, K.W. & Gueldner, B.A. (2010). Social and Emotional Learning in the Classroom: Promoting Mental Health and Academic Success. London: Guildford Press.

 

Riley, P.J., (2011). Attachment Theory and the Teacher-Student Relationship: A Practical Guide for Teachers, Teacher Educators and School Leaders. Abingdon: Routledge.

 

Rogers, B. (2015). Classroom Behaviour: A Practical Guide to Effective Teaching, Behaviour Management and Colleague Support. London: Sage.

 

Webster-Stratton, C. (2008). How to Promote Children’s Social and Emotional Competence. London: Sage.