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Elsenman, Gordon; Harper, Rebecca – Dimensions of Early Childhood, 2016
The focus and goal of classroom management should be first and foremost learning. When trying to prevent interruptions to learning, or dealing with interruptions to learning when they occur, teachers need to move beyond simply imposing a consequence and assuming students have learned from the interaction. Students need to be taught the skills and…
Descriptors: Bibliotherapy, Classroom Techniques, Childrens Literature, Group Instruction
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Rawls, Glinda; Clark, Dynetta; Hall, Shamika – Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 2020
Many African Americans students face numerous challenges on today's college campuses. As such, non-traditional therapeutic interventions and group work have emerged in counseling literature to assist these students. This case study explored the use of bibliotherapy and group counseling as an innovative therapeutic intervention. The purpose of the…
Descriptors: Bibliotherapy, Group Counseling, African American Students, College Students
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Cook, Katherine E.; Earles-Vollrath, Theresa; Ganz, Jennifer B. – Intervention in School and Clinic, 2006
Educators and school librarians today are facing new challenges that go well beyond the traditional expectation of teaching reading, writing, and arithmetic. These challenges take many forms. Many students enter the educational system lacking the necessary social, emotional, and academic prerequisites to be successful. Educational settings are…
Descriptors: School Personnel, Teaching (Occupation), Educational Change, Librarians
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Abraham, Smriti; Owen-De Schryver, Jamie; VanderMolen, Julia – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2021
Bibliotherapy is the use of reading supplements as a form of therapy and children with autism are a population that could benefit significantly from the implementation of such treatment. Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) are instrumental in creating a curriculum to shape the behavior of those with autism. This study surveyed BCBAs…
Descriptors: Bibliotherapy, Counseling Effectiveness, Children, Autism
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Deitcher, Howard – Religious Education, 2019
Bibliotherapy is an educational approach that attempts to engage learners in meaningful discussions about relevant, compelling, and complex issues that they confront in their lives. Bibliotherapy begins with reading and reflecting on stories that can draw participants into a process of reflection, in ways that are user friendly and…
Descriptors: Bibliotherapy, Religious Education, Judaism, Jews
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Cancino, Eliana M. Rubio; Cruz, Claudia P. Buitrago – English Language Teaching, 2019
Studies in trauma healing and teaching ESL students have been done before. In addition, bibliotherapy has been used in educational and psychological disciplines. However, there are few studies that explore the use of bibliotherapy and trauma healing in ESL refugee students. My objective for this study was to explore bibliotherapy to see what…
Descriptors: Bibliotherapy, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction
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Mehdizadeh, Mahsa; Khosravi, Zohreh – International Journal of Developmental Disabilities, 2019
Background: The present study was aimed at developing a grounded theory on how bibliotherapy influences children with intellectual disabilities. Method: Participants were selected among the students of four primary schools in Tehran. They received, for 3 years, a special bibliotherapy intervention provided by the public library in cooperation with…
Descriptors: Bibliotherapy, Intellectual Disability, Foreign Countries, Elementary School Students
Carrozza, Nicole M. – ProQuest LLC, 2019
An increased prevalence of social, emotional and behavioral problems among students has raised awareness of the importance of appropriate Social and Emotional development (Humphrey, 2013). This is further supported by the large amount of research demonstrating the connection between social and emotional development and academic competencies…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Bibliotherapy, Intervention, Preschool Education
Davis, Amy P. – ProQuest LLC, 2019
Character education, an educational construct which emphasizes educational strategies and targets the specific moral development needs of children (Berkowitz & Bier, 2007), is often taught in the school setting through direct instruction by the school counselor using simple tools such as books and movies. However, there is absence of…
Descriptors: Films, Counseling Techniques, Bibliotherapy, Values Education
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Lutovac, Sonja; Kaasila, Raimo – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2020
There is compelling evidence on the effectiveness of bibliotherapy for facilitating one's development. Arguably, in teacher education, bibliotherapy has been shown to facilitate prospective teachers' professional development. However, teacher educators may experience difficulties in finding relevant reading to stimulate prospective teachers'…
Descriptors: Bibliotherapy, Preservice Teachers, Reading Material Selection, Elementary Education
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Mumbauer, Janyna; Kelchner, Viki – Professional School Counseling, 2018
Considering that one in five children has or has had a mental disorder in a given year (National Institute of Mental Health, 2010), the demand for mental health services within the school setting is immense. Bibliotherapy can serve as a preventative and responsive treatment for increasing mental health literacy within the school setting. The…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Literacy, Bibliotherapy, Mental Disorders
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Ford, Donna Y.; Walters, Nicole McZeal; Byrd, Janice A.; Harris, Breshawn N. – Gifted Child Today, 2019
It is commonly accepted and expected that gifted students enjoy reading and other forms of creative modes of storytelling. A core principle from bibliotherapy is that students engage in reading when they identify with one or more characters, and challenges and interests like their own. The same principle applies to multicultural literature--when…
Descriptors: African American Students, Academically Gifted, Student Empowerment, Multicultural Education
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Betzalel, Nurit; Shechtman, Zipora – School Psychology International, 2017
As one key element of establishing a superhero persona, many superhero myths are based on the principle of experiencing parental loss at an early age. This study examined the impact of group bibliotherapy using superhero stories with children and adolescents who have experienced parental absence. The 187 participants who resided in foster care…
Descriptors: Bibliotherapy, Children, Adolescents, Foster Care
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Elley, Sara – Texas Journal of Literacy Education, 2014
This six-week biliotherapy study was developed to determine if using children's literature books to help students think about, understand, and work through social and emotional issues helped third grade students' develop more social and emotional skills (Sullivan & Strang, 2002). Data collection included pre- and post-surveys, interruption…
Descriptors: Grade 3, Elementary School Students, Bibliotherapy, Teaching Methods
Khalik, Al Said Abdul – International Journal of Psycho-Educational Sciences, 2017
Bibliotherapy is one approach, intending to not only help students learn and develop new social skills, but also to experience validation and insight into their own thought processes and emotions. Books can be used to help people with broad range of personal problems, including emotional, physical, and developmental. This study explores the…
Descriptors: Bibliotherapy, Program Effectiveness, Intervention, Aggression
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