Bob Bellhouse;Glenda Fuller AndrewJohnston
Release Date: 01 June 2005
Format: Paperback / softback
Category: Adolescent Psychology
This humorous, punchy book meets the needs of those working with young people in schools, youth clubs, social service provision - in fact anywhere adults and young people interact. This is serious and important work made accessible.
Within the structure of the programme there are five habits that are continually practised:
" Being calm
" Having energy
" Having courage
" Giving care
" Making plans.
The second part of the book considers:
" Alcohol and tobacco.
There are full facilitator's notes and the worksheets, activities and quizzes are presented in an enjoyable and lively style.
Bob Bellhouse began his career as a teacher in mainstream schools before finding his niche working in alternative settings with marginalised young people. For the past 15 years, he has worked as a researcher and writer, specialising in education. He has an underlying interest in finding ways that help children and youth become deeply interested (engaged) in school and learning.
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