Children’s Needs III: Development, Prevention, and Intervention
George G. Bear
Kathleen M. Minke
What do children need to succeed?
Children’s Needs III provides an authoritative resource
that educators and health care providers can use every day to meet the social,
emotional, academic, family, and health needs of all children. With an emphasis
on school-based strategies and interventions, this essential volume will help
school-based and community-based practitioners:
the broad range of issues affecting children, including related developmental
considerations and potential challenges within the context of family and school.
and emphasize the critical importance of prevention.
effective and practical intervention techniques, strategies, and programs.
Employ research-based approaches.
Each chapter in Children’s Needs III addresses developmental
issues, reviews related problems and implications, offers evidence-based strategies
for prevention and intervention, and recommends additional resources. The
book contains 81 completely new or revised chapters written by leading
experts in their field and is organized into four sections:
(I) Children’s Social and Emotional Needs
(II) Children’s Academic Needs
(III) Children’s Family-Related Needs
(IV) Children’s Health-Related Needs
The complete Table of Contents
and sample chapters from this publication can be viewed below.
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