Über den Autor
Robert Brower, a school superintendent, has been a professional public school educator in Indiana for more than 30 years and is the author of Whose Business Is School Reform? Letting the Experts Drive School Improvement (Rowman & Littlefield Education, 2006). Amy Keller is a science department chair and teacher at Avon High School in Avon, Indiana.
Part 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Building the Foundation for the 7 Powerful Strategies Chapter 3 Strategy #1: The Power of Making Critical Distinctions Chapter 4 Strategy #2: The Power of Building Strong and Resilient Relationships Chapter 5 Strategy #3: The Power of Avoiding Negative Attention Chapter 6 Strategy #4: The Power of Positive Body Language Chapter 7 Strategy #5: The Power of Small, Positive Behaviors and Actions Chapter 8 Strategy #6: The Power of Practicing "Mirror Relationship Building" Chapter 9 Strategy #7: The Power of Understanding and Accepting Consequences Chapter 10 Discipline in Schools as the Foundation for All Learning Chapter 11 Character and Success Chapter 12 Bringing It All Together Chapter 13 Appendix A: Student Wallet Cards With Strategies Summarized Chapter 14 Appendix B: Teacher Reference Note Page Chapter 15 Appendix C: Implementation Guide and Strategies
In Empowering Students, educators Robert Brower and Amy Keller provide teachers with seven powerful steps that build character and promote success in students' lives. These steps include making critical distinctions; building strong and resilient relationships; avoiding negative attention; positive body language; small, positive behaviors and actions; practicing 'mirror relationship building'; and understanding and accepting consequences of your actions.