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Written for elementary and secondary classroom teachers, this guide explores emotional problems that may face children in the schools. In each chapter, the author discusses difficulties facing American students and outlines strategies for teachers to implement. Topics discussed include stress, eating and physical activity patterns, sexual activity, substance use, violence, depression, and grief.
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Randy M. Page - Brigham Young University
In January of 2003 Dr. Page joined the Health Sciences department at Brigham Young University. He has also taught at the University of Idaho, The Ohio State University, University of Northern Colorado, and SUNY Cortland. Dr. Page has published extensively in refereed journals on a number of topics. His current research interests include adolescent health, substance abuse, and global health. He has written texts in school health education, epidemiology, drug abuse, and violence prevention.
Tana S. Page
Although she claims Motherhood as her primary profession, MS Page has been an adjunct faculty member at the University of Idahp for over 10 years teaching a wide range of courses. She also guest lecturers in many university classes and for state and local teacher development programs. Her major areas of interest include mental and emotional health, stress management, dealing with death and dying, and family life.
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Book Description Jones & Bartlett Pub, 1993. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0867207531
Book Description Jones & Bartlett Pub, 1993. Textbook Binding. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0867207531