Teacher Techniques

While the title may be incongruent [Procedure/Technique] we will allow the Slavic dolls to confuse the title, but not the nature. These are techniques that can be used by teachers to achieve specific goals. However, they are more similar in some ways to group instruction and play. Their overriding characteristic is that they involve a helper with a group of people and thus have a connection and characteristics of that multi-person milieu.

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22 Six Step Reframing

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27 Motivation & Goal Setting

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Unless specifically noted all materials are written by Jerome R. Gardner. As you will see by the size of the library contents, the materials are substantial. Since most of the writing was developed as think papers and not for publication, there will inevitably be some areas without proper citation. If you come across any, please notify the site manager and it will be rectified. Other than that, readers may use all materials. While I would prefer recognition, it is not necessary.