Titulo: El Apego En El Aula (ebook) Autor: Geddes Heather Editorial: Editorial Graó ISBN: /el Apego En El Aula/ Es Uno De Los Pocos Libros . /El apego en el aula/ s un dels pocs llibres que aproxima les propostes de la teoria de l’aferrament a la pràctica educativa i a les dificultats d’aprenentatge a. Heather Geddes is the author of Attachment in the Classroom ( avg rating, 38 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), El apego en el aula ( avg ratin.
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Also, I think that sometimes Geddes stated the obvious, which was frustrating. A point was made that a child with a disruptive home life would be disruptive in school, for example.
Heather Geddes (Author of Attachment in the Classroom)
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Geddes gives some advice as to how to recognize the attachment patterns and then what to do when the child’s pattern becomes disruptive. Lauren rated it really liked it Dec 29, Kathy Simpson rated it it was amazing Jul 05, Overall, this book is a sl read and it really is helpful for those working with students and children.
Preview — Attachment in the Classroom by Heather Geddes. Geddes describes attachment theory and identifies three different attachment patterns that children can exhibit. Sep 23, Alyssa Nelson rated it liked it Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem.
For me, I think that simply reading it helps me to heatger aware of disruptive behavior and instead of reacting emotionally, I remember to reflect as to why the student is behaving that way. It points out that creating a safe, secure environment is essential for learning and gives a few really good tips for dealing with disruptive children.
Easy to understand with some clear strategies to support and intervene with attachment disorders in students. This book combines the fundamental principles of attachment theory with teacher-based case studies, and practical ‘how to’ interventions. Jun 21, Ms Childs rated it it was ok. Steven Lane rated it it was amazing Nov 21, Laurence Ross rated it it was amazing Jul 28, apeg Sarah rated it really liked it Sep 13, This is really important to know, because a lot Okay, now that I am actually taking classes in education, reviews of these sorts of books heathrr start to pop in occasionally.
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Goodreads helps heathrr keep track of books you want to read. Maria rated it really liked it Jun 18, Heatber think this is a good book to read if you deal with children at all in your job.
Attachment in the Classroom: I would have liked to read less about the theory itself and more about how to actually deal with these children. This is really important to know, because a lot of behavioral issues stem from these patterns. I think I wanted a little more complexity when Attachment in the Classroom only gives a brief overview. Emily rated it it was amazing Jan 02, Fluffychick rated wl really liked it Oct 12, Janet rated it it was amazing Nov 16, Ce Eshelman rated it really liked it Apr 02, Want to Read saving….
Emma eb it liked it Dec 31, This is a must-read for teachers dealing with young children, but will be helpful for all instructors so that they can better help their students learn. Will definitely be recommending to my son’s teacher! Jill Bolton rated it it was amazing Jul 08, I think it’s important to review textbooks as well as novels, because how else are we going to know what’s worth reading for classes?
Heater trivia or quizzes yet. Helen rated it really liked it Mar 24, Susan Anderson rated it it was amazing May 16, Of course, some were interesting and helpful, but I do think that others could have been cut out to make room for more tips and maybe even stories about how teachers handled the students with disruptive patterns. Jim rated it really liked it Dec 10, Okay, now that I am actually taking classes in education, reviews of these sorts of books may start to pop in occasionally.
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