The best teachers are not outside of us – they are inside. Collaborative reflection in supervision can transform our experiences into learning. Daphne Hewson and Michael Carroll highlight the importance of Reflective Space. They provide guidelines on creating safe Reflective Space and is written for both supervisors and practitioners – it takes two to tango.
Your child’s outcome belongs to them and interfering means it will take your child longer to learn the lesson of accepting responsibility for their actions, consequences and rewards.
An example of allowing your child to be responsible for his/her outcome is listening to your child’s day without reacting and allowing them to come up with solutions for facing the same issue the next day.
This book shows how good listening habits can only be developed through self-training. The book lists (and explains with illustrations) seven barriers to listening, seven bad listening habits, and three secrets to Active Listening. These descriptions provide a practical framework to analyse our shortcomings and identify the areas where there is room for improvement.
3 Steps to Better Relationships guides you through the key process of developing the core mindset & skillset for improving all relationships. When applied consistently, it enables you to better control your life experience. The content of this booklet is meant to be practiced consistently until it ‘takes hold’ and becomes automatic. When it does, your life will never be the same.
CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? Learn Lasting Listening Skills! is a guidebook for developing your proactive listening skills. Communication is not only about talking. Listening is equally as important toward maintaining great interpersonal relationships. Topics in this book include: Why listening is challenging; How poor listening habits develop; Reasons to listen; and How to develop good listening habits.
Help this prehistoric tribe of Mukies solve problems that disrupt their peace loving nature. Children 8-12 will find challenges in helping the Mukies work through risk taking adventures, friendship conflicts, and bravery episodes. What appears to be a handicap turns out to be an important trait. See how their positive attitude, open communication and good listening skills reward them.
LIFE LESSONS LEARNT IN STUDY AND PRACTICE OF MEDICINE
Chapter 1. OBSERVATION
Chapter 2. STUDY WISELY
Chapter 3. LISTENING AND COMMUNICATION
Chapter 4. TECHNIQUE OF EXAMINATION
Chapter 5. DIAGNOSIS - COMMON THINGS ALWAYS FIRST
Chapter 6. TREAT THE WHOLE PERSON NOT THE DISEASE
Chapter 7. HEALTH EDUCATION
Chapter 8. COMPASSION
Chapter 9. COUNSELING
Chapter 10. PITFALLS