The Importance of Teacher Self-Awareness in Working With Students With Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

Richardson, Brent G.; Shupe, Margery J.
November 2003
Teaching Exceptional Children;Nov/Dec2003, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p8
Academic Journal
Highlights the importance of teacher self-awareness in working with students with emotional and behavioral disorders. Evidence on the increase in the frequency and intensity of students' emotional and behavioral disorders; Steps and considerations for increasing teacher self-awareness; Strategy for identifying and defusing emotional triggers in students. INSETS: Strategy for Identifying and Defusing Emotional Triggers;Strategy for Shifting our Focus (The Penny Transfer Technique);Strategy for Reducing Burnout and Nurturing Teacher Mental...;Strategies for Assessing Our Ability to use an Appropriate...


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