|ბიბლიოგრაფია, და ასე შემდეგ , შენიშვნა
|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|| The good behavior game : developing positive classroom behavior / Renee O. Hawkins and Carla Luevano -- The timely transitions game : occasioning efficient transitions / Merilee McCurdy, Christopher Skinner, Peter Ignacio, and Victoria Van Maaren -- Promoting supportive peer relationships using peer reporting interventions / Tai A. Collins, J. Meredith Murphy, and Kamont̉ Heidelburg -- The role of play in the social development of children with Autism spectrum disorder / Jonathan M. Campbell, Jessica D. Steinbrenner, and Kirsten Scheil -- Promoting social development with the superheroes social skills program / Keith C. Radley, Kate A. Helbig, and Stefanie R. Schrieber -- Supporting urban youth through play : facilitating social and emotional skills / Stephen S. Leff, Katherine V. Streit, and Brooke S. Paskewich -- Involving preschool-age children with special needs on playgrounds / Laura Nabors, Myia Lang, and Kristen Welker -- Summer camp as a therapeutic landscape / Cindy Dell Clark -- Children with chronic illnesses and their siblings : building self-esteem and optimism / Michelle L. Burbage, Laura A. Nabors, and Rebecca A. Vidourek.
|მოკლე შინაარსი, და სხვა
|| This ground-breaking textbook focuses on the use of play techniques and games to facilitate the positive behavioral, social, and emotional development of children with and without special needs. The chapters in this book center on the use of games and play to facilitate emotional expression, develop friendships and encourage appropriate behaviors in community contexts, such as schools, that are critical to children's adaptation in the world. For example, there are chapters explaining the importance of playground interactions for children, role play to develop social skills and learn to express emotions, games to facilitate appropriate behavior and prosocial development in the classroom, and play as an outlet for the expression of emotion and development of children with special needs, including medical and mental health conditions. Readers will learn skills for coaching positive behaviors in individual and group settings, and will learn strategies to enhance social skills and help children develop emotionally in a variety of contexts (e.g., classrooms) and circumstances (e.g., having chronic illnesses or coping with mental health issues that make social engagement more challenging). Important "take-home" messages and critical techniques for fostering children's skills will be presented, and the engaging material presented in the chapters will facilitate knowledge of what to do and how to improve children's social and emotional development through play techniques and games. -- Back cover.