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Learning Mentor's Resource Book 2ed

by Kathy Salter and Rhonda Twidle SAGE Publications Ltd
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Hbk 288 pages
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Being a learning mentor means supporting children and helping them deal with common problems that arise time and time again and this book gives you all the resources you may ever need to do this. Each chapter opens with a discussion of the topic it covers. These will give you all the information you may need with regards to causes, examples from experience and strategies and then moves on to provide fantastic worksheets that can be used directly with children. Chapters cover; - Bullying - Self-esteem - Transitions - Revision - Anxiety As well as more serious issues such as drug awareness and new to this edition, internet safety and hate behaviour. The book comes with a CD so you can easily print all the worksheets and is a must have resource for all those supporting children both in and out of schools.

Emotional Intelligence Self-esteem Anger Management Bereavement Self-harm Drug Awareness Bullying Internet Safety Hate Behaviour Behaviour Change Transition Attendance and Punctuality School Refusal and Anxiety Revision Friendship

Comments on the previous edition 'This practical resource, based on development work in a large high school, covers a wide range of topics and provides an excellent 'starter pack' for new mentors' - SENCO Update 'Many of you will recognise these themes as areas in which you work and here they are conveniently put together in one book. It is aimed at pupils at the upper end of KS2 up to KS4. Each chapter contains information around each topic, plus photocopiable worksheets such as emotions cards, stories, ideas for games and activities and links to websites' - Teaching Assistant News
Kathy Hampson completed her PhD at Leeds University in 2012, under the supervision of Professor Adam Crawford and Dr Emma Wincup. She worked full time for the Youth Offending Service during her studies, writing several books on working with young people in this time. She left Leeds to become the North Wales Resettlement Broker Co-ordinator in 2013.