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Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. ASCD, , adults 76p. Teachers in Elementary and Secondary Schools. A great book for teachers and other educators who want to bulid effective ways to assist in each other's professional development. Explains what peer coaching is; provides a rationale for using peer coaching to help teachers work collaboratively to improve their skills; explains the peer coaching process, the factors that affect program success, and how to plan and maintain a peer coaching program.
A school principal and assistant superintendent describe a peer coaching approach used in their district that has yielded excellent results for both teachers and students. The speakers detail the principles and practices as well as the steps necessary to implement such a program.
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While the approach has at its core, an opportunity for teachers to participate in a variety of ways, most teachers involved formed cooperative peer coaching teams and provided on-going, concrete help to each other based on in-class observations on areas believed to be of key importance to effective teaching. Focuses on how peer coaching helps teachers with continued growth and development. Provides implementation suggestions for any school setting. Explains what works and what doesn't, along with the honest reactions of teachers who have tried it. ASCD, , adults p. The authors believe that the key to maximize student learning is through schoolwide change that gives teachers and administrators the opportunity to imagine what might work best for their own students in their own school with the assistance of external facilitators known as school support teams.
These teams are composed of skilled teachers and administrators, pupil services administrators, pupil services personnel, and distinguished educators from K and postsecondary education who have had experience with successful school improvement initiatives. Team members act as mentors or coaches, assisting schools in planning and implementing school improvement efforts such as reconfiguring the school day, increasing collaboration among teachers, studying new ideas about teaching and learning, controlling school resources, combining federal funds to initiate innovative practices, and finding ways for the school to be released from unnecessarily restrictive mandates.
The authors provide practical advice on how to develop a pool of potential team members, organize a system of school support teams, coordinate teams with schools, maintain communication with teams and team leaders, and support the success of the initiative. The book includes suggested agendas for training sessions, detailed descriptions of field-tested training activities, and numerous handouts and blackline transparency masters for use in training sessions. Available to peer assistance organizations at no cost from: While not completely devoted to peer coaching, this book provides a short chapter on peer coaching and includes a variety of checklists and structured handouts that can assist in the design and conduct of a successful teacher-to-teacher peer support program.
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Peer Review of Teaching: This concise yet comprehensive sourcebook is for administrators, particularly deans and department chairs, who wish to develop a strong peer review component to their system for evaluating and improving teaching. And this book is for faculty who will be engaged in the system, as both evaluators and as subjects of teaching evaluation. It consists of two parts: Part One details a framework for designing and implementing peer review, and Part Two provides guidelines, protocols, and forms for each task involved in an effective system of peer review.
Part One includes the following information about peer review: Part Two includes the following reproducible forms and materials: The Search Institute, , youth by Dr. Young people are a powerful influence in the lives of their peers and this book prepares youth workers, educators and other adults to build on the positive connection of peers. Written by the acknowledged founder of peer helping, this comprehensive curriculum provides 15 interactive training activities based on the Search Institute's asset building strategies.
The guide brings together the most effective training for peer helpers with the key elements of building character and shows how they can be put into practice to assist peers in deep as well as practical ways. MarCo Products, , youth by Susan Mayes. This peer-mentoring program helps students make a successful transition from elementary school to middle or junior high school by taking a "family" perspective. Peer leaders are trained to help incoming students develop feelings of belonging, importance, and security in their new school environment.
Each peer leader receives complete instructions for facilitating a family group and each session contains information, discussion, and a relevant game. The manual includes detailed instructions for implementation of a leadership training course, peer mentoring sessions, reproducible activities and charts as well as training role plays.
A pilot-tested and evaluated smoking prevention and cessation program using a peer-leader approach and an adult facilitator. Canadian Intramural Recreation Association. Designed to be used by and for children to create a safe and fun play environment. Although this book is out-of-print it is worth searching for. Search for this work online from Amazon. A great resource demonstrating the how creative and skilled peer leaders in Alberta have taken the work of Rey Carr and put it into solid practice. When ordering ask for item A. There is also a video that accompanies the manual item A.
Accelerated Development, , schools by Judith Tindall. Peer Power, Book 1: Educational Media Corporation , by Robert D. This updated version by the pioneers of the peer helping field is bound to be a winner! Mentoring and Tutoring by Students London, England: Stylus, by Sinclair Goodlad.
The Peer Partners Handbook: An excellent book for teens and parents on how to reverse negative peer pressure. Myrick and Betsy E. Peer Counselling in Schools: Leading a Friends Helping Friends Group: Written by an award-winning and highly experienced Canadian peer trainer. A great set to establish and maintain effective cross-age buddy tutoring. Tutees benefit from individual attention and continual assessment while tutors learn by reviewing, reconstructing knowledge, and having a purpose for learning. The Guide details how to plan, set up and manage the program in many different settings; and the Buddy Coaching Guide teaches the tutor how coach their partners.
Videos on the Resource CD demonstrate how to work with tutees who cannot read yet as well as those who can read well. A Class of Their Own: A top-rated guide for helping students learn how to become effective peer tutors. This unique 3-ring binder plus color transparencies and reproducible forms integrates a developmental assets approach as created by the Search Institute with helping students learn effective tutoring techniques.
The binder includes the basics of a four-hour training curriculum. Purchase this work directly from the publisher online: Business and employees in organizations. An expensive book that centers on the various use of peers in work settings. Toxic Emotions at Work: McGraw Hill, by Peter J. Natural helpers exist throughout society, including the workplace. But few other places can have such great potential for harmful or toxic influences.
Some of the sources are accidential, some are intentional, and many are related to workload, rules and practices, personality, insensitivity and workplace politics. This book outlines the key role played by individuals who, regardless of their position in the hierarchy, handle the emotional pain experienced by others. In most cases these "toxic handlers" act as listeners, facilitators, coaches, mentors and buffers. But such a role has its limits, and often natural helpers succumb to all the toxicity they absorb. The book provides ideas for organizations about how to build on the already existing skills of toxic handlers and prevent them from becoming debilitated.
While the author does not use the term peer assistance, his suggestions mirror what peer leaders have known for some time. This book, however, places the emphasis on the workplace and the unique solutions required to contribute to producitivty and well-being. Recently updated from a previous version to reflect best practices and the latest research, the purpose of this book serves as a comprehensive introduction to conflict resolution and peer mediation; a complete technical assistance manual for those involved in the process of implementing a peer mediation program; and a reference work for those who currently operate peer mediation programs.
The book includes many tools such as reproducible program forms, 12 complete conflict resolution lessons, transcripts of peer mediation sessions, and surveys to determine implementation readiness. The author provides guidance on topics and issues such as the value of collaborating when resolving conflict, the benefits of peer mediation, the relationship between peer mediation and discipline, selecting peer mediators, whether a coordinator should be part of a peer mediation session, and other valuable areas.
Using Peer Mediation in Classrooms and Schools: Peer Mediation - Program Guide: Crawford, and Richard J. This comprehensive guide can be considered the foundation book for helping students learn about peer mediation and conduct effective mediations. The authors provide details about organizing a peer mediation service, training students in basic and advanced peer mediation skills, orienting and training staff to make the most use of student mediators, and evaluating the results of a mediation program.
Appendices include all necessary forms, case studies, additional interactive exercises, and simulations. A Student Workbook is also available. Peer Mediation - Student Workbook: This Student Workbook has been designed through field-testing and successfully implemented peer mediation programs to accompany Peer Mediation - Program Guide. The workbook provides student mediators with resources and details of the mediation program's goals and objectives, the six steps of the mediation process and many interactive training activities. MarCo Products, , youth by Joseph E.
This manual provides complete, easy to follow, step-by-step information for setting up an elementary school peer mediation program. It includes detailed instructions for both formal and informal mediation training sessions, addresses issues such as student selection and supervision, and provides reproducible role-play booklets for the future mediators. This proven program allows schools to develop a peer-mediation program and reduce harmful conflict without a large budget. The book contains complete directions, reproducible student booklets, forms, posters, and reference sheets.
Cunningham, and Vince Martorelli. This manual, developed after extensive piloting with young people and considerable research, is most appropriate for primary and middle school mediation programs in Canada, but can easily be adapted for wider use. The authors stress that "the manual outlines what we consider to be a sample of the minimum prerequisites or benchmarks to an effective student mediation program.
There are numerous ideas and tips for running a program, appendices of core materials to cover the various steps of a mediation program and some useful chapters on office mediation, the role of teachers and playground supervisors, as well as an invaluable chapter on training parents as mediators, and a whole lot more.
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A user-friendly, invaluable resource for anyone interested in exploring then possibilities of running an effective student mediation program for primary and middle school students. Review by Peer Resources Network member, R. Educational Media Corporation , p. Johnson and Roger T. Typically referred to as the "peacemakers program" these materials are published in a workbook format.
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Its primary focus is on how to use conflict for instructional purposes and how to teach students the procedures and skills involved in constructive conflict management. Sections focus on 1 what are constructive conflicts; 2 creating a cooperative classroom environment; 3 negotiating; 4 conflict strategies; 5 managing anger; 6 mediating conflicts among students; 7 managing develomental conflicts; and 8 peacemaking.
The School Mediator's Field Guide: