Über den Autor
Victoria B. Damiani is a trainer of school psychologists at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Her research interests include crisis intervention, families of exceptional children, and gifted education.
Part 1 Introduction Part 2 Part I: School Crises: The Theoretical and the Real Chapter 3 The Nature of Crisis in the Schools Chapter 4 A Crisis Role for the Classroom Teacher Chapter 5 Children in Crisis: An Overview Part 6 Part II: Crises and Interventions Chapter 7 Natural Disasters Chapter 8 Children and Death Chapter 9 The Suicidal Student Chapter 10 The Hostile/Aggressive Student Chapter 11 Parents in Crisis Part 12 Part III: More Than an Ounce of Prevention Chapter 13 Beign Prepared and Setting a Positive Tone Chapter 14 Prevention Techniques for Use in the Classroom Chapter 15 Crisis Response Teams Chapter 16 The Teacher as Advocate
The author outlines expected reactions to stress for children at different ages and makes suggestions for helping students who are victims of natural disasters, the death of a loved one, or bullying. Also included are resources and websites that offer support services to teachers and tips to manage teacher stress when coping with school crisis events.