Handbook of Individualized Strategies for Building Resiliency in At-Risk Students

By W. George Selig, EdD, Alan A. Arroyo, EdD, et al.

Handbook of Individualized Strategies for Building Resiliency in At-Risk Students

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2006

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Handbook of Individualized Strategies for Building Resiliency in At-Risk Students

Handbook of Individualized Strategies for Building Resiliency in At-Risk Students

BY W. GEORGE SELIG, EDD, ALAN A. ARROYO, EDD, LOUIS P. LLOYD-ZANNINI, PHD, AND HOPE JORDAN, PHD

This handbook shows you how to build resilience in students who are at risk for educational failure. Using a reproducible Resiliency-Building Worksheet, you can assess a student’s needs, behavior style, and current level of resilience and then create an individualized plan to help that student respond to the adversity in his or her life. The strategies presented can be used with students from kindergarten through high school. You can adapt, modify, or combine these strategies to increase their effectiveness.

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