Working through Scenarios and Illustrations to Develop Empathy, Trust, and Respect
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Published in 1996, this book emphasizes the necessity of imparting caring attitudes and teaching caring skills to children. Included are parts which focus on parents teaching caring attitudes, as well as 13 session outlines addressing topics such as empathy, trust, and respect.
It details a program built around the concept of a storehouse of scenarios and illustrations. The parent/teacher and children gather scenarios from reading, TV, and daily experiences outside of the home to the storehouse for discussion and practice.
Stewart, J.T. (1996). Teaching our children caring: Attitudes and skills. Vancouver, CA: Para-Professional Training Associates.
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