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Using Support Groups to Improve Behaviour

Mowat, Joan (2007) Using Support Groups to Improve Behaviour. Sage Publications Ltd. ISBN 9781412929158

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Abstract

Contains practical guidelines explaining how to plan and set up a support group and, by utilising a whole school approach, shows how it can be used to improve the conduct of students with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. Issues covered include: Selecting pupils for support groups; Target-setting; Thinking skills; Social inclusion; Staff development. An accompanying CD Rom contains worksheets, forms, checklists and a number of PowerPoint presentations for printing or photocopying, aiding support group implementation and staff training.