Audience: Advising teachers, counselors, youth workers, and parents of students in grades 6–12
Trim Size: 8.5" x 11"
Page Count: 296
Digital Content: Includes reproducible handouts from the book.
Praise for How (and Why) to Get Students Talking
“Dr. Peterson has created an incredible and beneficial tool to help lead teen group discussions. She provides keen insight on how to get teens to talk, thereby building relationships among adults and peers. The thorough introduction and explanation of the ‘how,’ ‘where,’ and ‘why’ to get teens talking is done in an expert way so an untrained adult could lead a group without difficulty. Teens will learn tools to use in their current situations as well as communication and coping skills they can use throughout their lifetime.”—Amanda Wicinski Smith, M.S., NCC, school counselor, Round Lake High School
ASCA Mindsets & Behaviors for Student Success
MS.1, MS.2, MS.3, MS.4, MS.5, MS.6
BS.LS.1, BS.LS.2, BS.LS.4, BS.LS.5, BS.LS.6, BS.LS.7, BS.LS.8, BS.LS.9, BS.LS.10
BS.SMS.1, BS.SMS.2, BS.SMS.3, BS.SMS.4, BS.SMS.5, BS.SMS.6, BS.SMS.7, BS.SMS.8, BS.SMS.9, BS.SMS.10
BS.SS.1, BS.SS.2, BS.SS.3, BS.SS.4, BS.SS.5, BS.SS.6, BS.SS.7, BS.SS.8, BS.SS.9