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Here you will find useful academic research related to Professionally Speaking's popular Professional Practice feature.

Click on the titles to see them in the online catalogue of the Margaret Wilson Library. To borrow items from the library you will need to sign in using your College Registration Number and Members section password.

Professional Practice: Respect

From September 2016

Building everyday leadership in all kids: an elementary curriculum to promote attitudes and actions for respect and success
by MacGregor, Mariam G.

Connecting character to conduct: helping students do the right things
by Stein, Rita
Growing character: 99 successful strategies for the elementary classroom
by Brown, Deb Austin.
How to stop bullying and social aggression: elementary grade lessons and activites that teach empathy, friendship, and respect
by Breakstone, Steve., Dreiblatt, Michael., Dreiblatt, Karen.
Making good choices: developing responsibility, respect, and self-discipline in grades 4-9
by Curwin, Richard L.
No more "us" and "them" [electronic resource] : classroom lessons and activities to promote peer respect
by Roessing, Lesley.
Teaching discipline & self-respect: effective strategies, anecdotes, and lessons for successful classroom management
by Khalsa, SiriNam S.
The virtues project educator's guide: simple ways to create a culture of character Show details
by Popov, Linda Kavelin.


From June 2013

Becoming a win-win teacher: survival strategies for the beginning educator
Jane Bluestein

Bravo, teacher!: building relationships with actions that value others
Sandra Harris

Fires in the bathroom: advice for teachers from high school students
Kathleen Cushman and the students of What Kids Can Do ; with an introduction by Lisa Delpit

Fires in the middle school bathroom: advice for teachers from middle schoolers
Kathleen Cushman, Laura Rogers

A healthy classroom
Michael Grinder

How to say the right thing every time: communicating well with students, staff, parents, and the public
Robert D. Ramsey

The inspired teacher [electronic resource]: how to know one, grow one, or be one
Carol Frederick Steele

The inspired teacher: how to know one, grow one, or be one
Carol Frederick Steele

Inviting school success: a self-concept approach to teaching, learning, and democratic practice
Watson Purkey, John M. Novak

Inviting students to learn : 100 tips for talking effectively with your students
Jenny Edwards

Making a difference in the classroom [electronic resource]: strategies that connect with students
Sandra J. Balli

Managing your classroom with heart : a guide for nurturing adolescent learners
Katy Ridnouer

Managing your classroom with heart [electronic resource]: a guide for nurturing adolescent learners
Katy Ridnouer

Teaching, the hardest job you'll ever love! [electronic resource] : helpful ideas for teachers in and out of the classroom
Steve Sonntag

What do you say when-- ? [electronic resource]: best practice language for improving student behavior
Hal Holloman, Peggy H. Yates

With all due respect: keys for building effective school discipline
Ronald G. Morrish

French Titles

Développer les compétences sociales des adolescents par des ateliers de parole
Édith Tartar Goddet

Ados, comment les motiver: la méthode Gordon appliquée à la motivation scolaire
Vincent Acker, Christophe Inzirillo, Bruno Lefebvre

L'apprenti ado: favoriser les apprentissages scolaires des adolescents en tenant compte des fonctions cognitives et du stress
Geneviève Daigneault, Ani-Josée Laurin, Annie-Claude Perrault

La psycho 100% ado
Philippe Jeammet, Odile Amblard ; illustrations Soledad

Savoir communiquer avec les adolescents
Édith Tartar Goddet

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