Our superintendent, Karen Shannon writes: The Belong classroom holds a
special place in the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board.
The theoretical underpinnings, beliefs, and values that form the core of Dyadic ...

Author: Sian Phillips

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: 9781538136003

Category: Psychology

Page: 350

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The call for trauma-informed education is growing as the profound impact trauma has for the children’s ability to learn in traditional classrooms is recognized. For children who have experienced abuse and neglect their behavior is often highly reactive, aggressive, withdrawn or unmotivated. They struggle to learn, to make positive relationships or be influenced positively by teachers and school staff. Students become more and more at risk for mental health difficulties. Teachers become more and more frustrated and discouraged as they attempt to teach this vulnerable group of students. Even though it is relationships that have hurt students with developmental trauma, it is known that they must find safe relationships to learn and heal. Forming those relationships with children who have been hurt and no longer trust adults is not easy. This book focuses on three important and comprehensive areas of theory and research that provide a theoretical, clinical, and integrated intervention model for developing the relationships and felt sense of safety children with developmental trauma need. Using what is known from attachment theory, intersubjectivity theory, and interpersonal neurobiology, the reader is helped to understand why children behave in the challenging ways they do. This book offers successes and ongoing challenges as a means to continue the conversation about how best to support some of our most at-risk youth.
Categories: Psychology

From Behaving to Belonging

From Behaving to Belonging

This kind of focus would build confidence, belonging, and trust in an inclusive
setting for these students. Then we could add in appropriate supports to help
develop needed skills. This new process would look like this: Student → Regular

Author: Julie Causton


ISBN: 9781416629313

Category: Education

Page: 135

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Challenging behavior is one of the most significant issues educators face. Though it may seem radical to use words like love, compassion, and heart when we talk about behavior and discipline, the compassionate and heartfelt words, actions, and strategies teachers employ in the classroom directly shape who students are--and who they will become. But how can teaching from the heart translate into effective supports and practices for students who exhibit challenging behavior? In From Behaving to Belonging, Julie Causton and Kate MacLeod detail how teachers can shift from a "behavior management" mindset (that punishes students for "bad" behavior or rewards students for "good" or "compliant" behavior) to an approach that supports all students--even the most challenging ones--with kindness, creativity, acceptance, and love. Causton and MacLeod's approach * Focuses on students' strengths, gifts, and talents. * Ignites students' creativity and sense of self-worth. * Ensures that students' social, emotional, and academic needs are met. * Prompts teachers to rethink challenging behavior and how they support their students. * Helps teachers identify barriers to student success in the cultural, social, and environmental landscape. * Inspires teachers to reconnect with their core values and beliefs about students and teaching. We need to transform our classrooms into places of love. To that end, this book represents a paradigm shift from a punitive mindset to a strengths-based, loving approach and encourages the radical act of creating more inclusive and caring schools.
Categories: Education

Belonging in Translation

Belonging in Translation

That is, migrant activism exemplifies the moment when people assert their rightful
belonging to a community, regardless of status of residence, such as 'workers' or '
permanent residents', or categories such as 'citizens', 'foreigners', or 'the ...

Author: Shindo, Reiko

Publisher: Bristol University Press

ISBN: 9781529201871

Category: Political Science

Page: 216

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This is the first book to investigate how migrants and migrant rights activists work together to generate new forms of citizenship identities through the use of language. Shindo's book is an original take on citizenship and community from the perspective of translation, and an alluring amalgamation of theory and detailed empirical analysis based on ethnographic case studies of Japan.
Categories: Political Science

The Crisis of Belonging and Ethnographies of Peacebuilding in Kaduna State Nigeria

The Crisis of Belonging and Ethnographies of Peacebuilding in Kaduna State  Nigeria

Thus, it seems more problematic to ascertain with any certainty—let alone “dead
certainty” (Appadurai 1998)— the veracity of people's claims to authentic or
organic belonging to a place in Africa. Therefore, it appears challenging to clearly

Author: Benjamin Maiangwa


ISBN: 9781793628480


Page: 192

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This book uses critical qualitative and narrative inquiry methods to discuss intercommunal conflicts in Kaduna, Nigeria. More broadly, the author examines these conflicts within the context of postcolonial African crises and local peacebuilding.

Banishment and Belonging

Banishment and Belonging

As recent studies have shown, exploring material belongings opens a window to
understanding their owners' forms of belonging. For an example that centers on
inventories of possessions of deceased Indonesian slaves in the eighteenth ...

Author: Ronit Ricci

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108572118

Category: History


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Lanka, Ceylon, Sarandib: merely three disparate names for a single island? Perhaps. Yet the three diverge in the historical echoes, literary cultures, maps and memories they evoke. Names that have intersected and overlapped - in a treatise, a poem, a document - only to go their own ways. But despite different trajectories, all three are tied to narratives of banishment and exile. Ronit Ricci suggests that the island served as a concrete exilic site as well as a metaphor for imagining exile across religions, languages, space and time: Sarandib, where Adam was banished from Paradise; Lanka, where Sita languished in captivity; and Ceylon, faraway island of exile for Indonesian royalty under colonialism. Utilising Malay manuscripts and documents from Sri Lanka, Javanese chronicles, and Dutch and British sources, Ricci explores histories and imaginings of displacement related to the island through a study of the Sri Lankan Malays and their connections to an exilic past.
Categories: History

Catalogue of the Pictures Belonging to His Grace the Duke of Portland

Catalogue of the Pictures Belonging to His Grace the Duke of Portland

From a careful list prepared of the pictures sent , and of the order in which they
were returned from the Exhibition , it is evident that a portrait of James Butler ,
Duke of Ormond , Cat . No. 188 , entered as belonging to the Duke of Portland ,
was ...

Author: William John Arthur Charles James Cavendish-Bentinck Duke of Portland


ISBN: UCAL:$C224452

Category: Painting

Page: 222

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Categories: Painting



Author: Margaret Bell


ISBN: OCLC:52586781

Category: Adolescent psychology

Page: 46

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Categories: Adolescent psychology

Globalization and Belonging

Globalization and Belonging

This is a book that will get us all thinking about the implications of identities in rapidly evolving international and country-by-country politics.

Author: Sheila L. Croucher

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 0742516792

Category: Political Science

Page: 229

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This is a book that will get us all thinking about the implications of identities in rapidly evolving international and country-by-country politics.
Categories: Political Science



My sense of belonging in a culture of place has been profoundly shaped by the
words and wisdom of Wendell Berry. He is for me and many other readers a
prophetic voice. When asked in a interview whether he was comfortable with
being ...

Author: bell hooks

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135883973

Category: Social Science

Page: 230

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What does it mean to call a place home? Who is allowed to become a member of a community? When can we say that we truly belong? These are some of the questions of place and belonging that renowned cultural critic bell hooks examines in her new book, Belonging: A Culture of Place. Traversing past and present, Belonging charts a cyclical journey in which hooks moves from place to place, from country to city and back again, only to end where she began--her old Kentucky home. hooks has written provocatively about race, gender, and class; and in this book she turns her attention to focus on issues of land and land ownership. Reflecting on the fact that 90% of all black people lived in the agrarian South before mass migration to northern cities in the early 1900s, she writes about black farmers, about black folks who have been committed both in the past and in the present to local food production, to being organic, and to finding solace in nature. Naturally, it would be impossible to contemplate these issues without thinking about the politics of race and class. Reflecting on the racism that continues to find expression in the world of real estate, she writes about segregation in housing and economic racialized zoning. In these critical essays, hooks finds surprising connections that link of the environment and sustainability to the politics of race and class that reach far beyond Kentucky. With characteristic insight and honesty, Belonging offers a remarkable vision of a world where all people--wherever they may call home--can live fully and well, where everyone can belong.
Categories: Social Science



Author: Sherman Elbridge Johnson


ISBN: OCLC:13953995

Category: Church membership

Page: 144

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Categories: Church membership



A must-read for anyone interested in the people and places of the modern Sierra Nevada Mountains and their foothills. Moral dilemmas cut both ways as newcomers learn unexpected lessons about a disappearing way of life.

Author: Bill Pieper

Publisher: Pacific Slope Press

ISBN: 9780933994331

Category: Fiction

Page: 196

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A must-read for anyone interested in the people and places of the modern Sierra Nevada Mountains and their foothills. Moral dilemmas cut both ways as newcomers learn unexpected lessons about a disappearing way of life.
Categories: Fiction

Violence and Belonging

Violence and Belonging

belonging. Analytical. reflections. Vigdis. Broch-Due. Violence enacted is but a
small part of violence lived. (Nordstrom and Martin 1992: 8) This volume brings
together a number of original chapters which collectively set out to chart the ...

Author: Vigdis Broch-Due

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415290066

Category: Social Science

Page: 261

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Violence and Belonging explores the formative role of violence in shaping people's identities in modern postcolonial Africa.
Categories: Social Science

Performativity Belonging

Performativity   Belonging

The beauty of the term 'belonging' is that it affords those of us who were never
sure which discipline we were meant to reside within, the opportunity to address
both philosophical and sociological concerns. The term enables an escape from

Author: Vikki Bell

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 0761965238

Category: Social Science

Page: 250

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This book explores belonging as a performative achievement. The contributors investigate how identities are embodied and effected, and how lines of allegiance and fracture are produced and reproduced. Questions of 'difference' are tackled from a perspective that attends to the complexities of history and politics. Drawing on sociology, philosophy and anthropology, this collection brings together leading commentators, including Judith Butler, Paul Gilroy and Arjun Appadurai, as well as a range of new scholars. It examines questions of visuality, political affiliation, ethics, mimesis, spatiality, passing, and diversity in modes of embodied difference. The volume advances conceptual and theoretical issues through testing va
Categories: Social Science



Virginia M. Scott. Belonging VIRGINIA M. SCOTT This One 49RL - C5K - H1AR
KENDALL GREEN PUBLICATIONS Gallaudet University Press Washington ,
D.C. Special thanks to Gallaudet University's Laurent Clerc Cultural Book Fund.

Author: Virginia M. Scott

Publisher: Gallaudet University Press

ISBN: 0930323335

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 171

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After contracting meningitis, a fifteen-year-old girl becomes deaf and must struggle with accepting her hearing loss and being accepted by her friends and family.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction



Belonging. The movie "ET" is about a person from another planet who wants to
go home to where he belongs. E.T. accidentally gets left on earth when his
people come here in a spaceship to explore. Separated from them, he begins to

Author: Dennis Linn

Publisher: Paulist Press

ISBN: 0809133652

Category: Religion

Page: 254

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Integrates contemporary spirituality and psychology with the 12 steps as it seeks to lead readers to new depths of personal resources for healing and recovery.
Categories: Religion



No entry . Ferguslee , Paisley . Sets belonging to P. B. Mure Macredie of
Perceton , and John Robson , Glasgow , were commended . 74. Best Tools for
Cutting Field Drains . 75. Best Tools for Cutting Open Drains in Hill Pastures . No
entry . 76.

Author: Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland, Edinburgh


ISBN: CORNELL:31924054710961

Category: Agriculture


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Categories: Agriculture

Reports Papers c

Reports  Papers   c

The returns omit to state the number of sittings in one place of worship belonging
to the ESTABLISHED CHURCH , attended by a maximum number of 60 persons
at & service ; in two places of Worship belonging to the WESLEYAN ...

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords


ISBN: OXFORD:555097890



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