Use these proactive tools to support children's emotional wellness and resiliency. Providing an approach for nurturing emotional development in youngsters between 4 and 19 years, this book and CD-ROM provide an activity and worksheet–packed resource for professionals. Implementation of an emotional literacy initiative within the whole school curriculum or in therapy sessions becomes practical for the facilitator and fun for the participants. This book is ideal for working with young people in a classroom setting, within small groups, or in a therapeutic context. The author provides: Practical activities and resources; Illustrations, stories, and cartoons; Assessment and record-keeping advice

Record Keeping and Assessment

Record keeping and assessment

Record keeping is important because children, parents and facilitators can see, at a glance, what youngsters have covered. Similarly with assessments; it is easy to become aware of what level or stage a young person has reached. With this in mind, assessment and record forms are included before the stories. However, there is a further form which can be used simultaneously as a record and as a form of assessment, that can be filled in by the child (perhaps after discussion with a facilitator) on worksheet 19.

Assessment Form (to Be Filled in by the Facilitator)

My Record (to Be Filled in by the Young Person)

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