ERIC Number: ED367622
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992
Stress in Children Bibliography.
This annotated bibliography concerns itself with issues that may contribute to childhood stress, provides resource materials for teachers and parents, and covers a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction for students (K-12). The publication's organization along with examples of the issues included follows: (1) adolescence issues (substance abuse, eating disorders, suicide, depression, sex); (2) children and loss (death, divorce, moving); (3) conflict resolution/problem solving (cooperation, peer pressure, peacemaking, decision making, living with parents; (4) differences (physical impairments, learning disabilities, bias, discrimination); (5) family issues (stepfamilies, family arguments, sibling rivalry, adoption); (6) feelings (fears, shyness, anger, loneliness, jealousy); (7) friendship skills (building interpersonal relationships, social skills strategies, fairness); (8) parent resources (single parenting, communicating with children, dealing with childhood stress); (9) self-esteem (enhancing self-concept, values, identity, success); (10) self protection/abuse (responding to danger, saying no, dealing with parental abuse); (11) study skills/school issues (using time wisely, homework, strategies for study); (12) substance abuse (alcoholism and the family, prevention); and (13) teaching ideas and interventions (establishing a positive classroom climate, teaching cooperation skills, living skills, stress management). (LL)
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Childhood Needs, Childrens Literature, Elementary Secondary Education, Fiction, Learning Activities, Mental Health, Parent Education, Stress Management, Stress Variables, Teaching Guides
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Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Parents; Students; Teachers; Practitioners
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