13 & Counting: Does a Hamburger Really Have to Be Round?

Engaging Activities Fostering Positive Self-Esteem While Promoting Social Skills and Executive Function
Tamara Zentic, MS
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Boost self-esteem and build up confidence of young people in life skills classes, counseling sessions, or advisement periods. Foster healthy identities by teaching teens to define self-esteem, clarify values and beliefs, set boundaries, and make personal goals. This is the second book in the 13 & Counting series, providing educators with 22 easy-to-implement strategies and lessons that incorporate the Boys Town Social Skills. These lessons encourage the use of executive function processes as part of the students' learning experience. 

To further social intelligence, social skill development is included with each activity. All the skills presented correlate with the Boys Town Education Model® that has improved student behavior and classroom climates in hundreds of schools across the country. Each lesson also emphasizes the use of an executive function process such as active listening, practicing self-control, thinking positively, or using organizational skills. The lessons incorporate the use of technology, through various devices, to better engage and motivate students in the digital age. Flipped classroom suggestions are provided. As an added bonus, a CD with print-ready worksheets and skill posters is included. 99 pgs.

Also written by Tamara Zentic:

Published by Boys Town Press 

ISBN: 978-1-934490-83-9