Redlands, CA (PRWEB) June 16, 2008
Children's lack of Self-Esteem is one of the reasons for decreased school attendance and behavioral problems in class. In our present world of so much fear and uncertainty, children feel insecure and lash out. The need to bring change about is ever present. Founder and initiator of Self-Esteem Tools for Teachers, Anke Otto-Wolf, an educator herself, has created the Self-Esteem Quilt Concept.
To counter behavioral problems in class and at home, Otto-Wolf's approach is to teach and implement the many facets of self-esteem, just as one would fashion the many patches for a beautiful quilt.
One of the most demanding parts of teaching self-esteem is consistency. Therefore, works sheets for all age groups have been created, as well as complete lessons which easily can be integrated, are ready to boost self-esteem. Entire school projects with different themes for each school month address self-esteem writing competitions, language control, pro-active interactions, self-respect, belief in self, and so much more. The concept also presents solutions for the bully's low self-esteem, and brings hope to children with adhd.
Always concerned with teachers' and parents' needs, and having their best interest at heart, Otto-Wolf has initiated e-classes and seminars with a wide-range of experts at hand during the Q &A sessions. These real and practical guidelines and hands-on assistance are successfully boosting Self-Esteem in children.
A series of live Saturday workshops for the Southern California region is planned for July - August, 2008. Details at http://www.self-esteem-tools-for-teachers.com.
Anke Otto-Wolf is a published author, a passionate teacher, and an authority on Self-Esteem; she has transformed 'wild' classrooms, from K-12, into tranquil, learning conducive environments; she manifests self-esteem in adult learners; she creates the tools for teachers; she provides hope for students' and teachers' success.
Anke's intense work with inner-city kids has earned her many awards and recognitions such as from former President Bill Clinton, and Marian Edelmann of The Children's Defense Fund. Anke is also the co-writer for a socially significant video against violence, "Go Ahead and tell", which won an Oscar 1994 from the film Academy in L.A. Additionally, the need of inner-city children to become self-sufficient, spurned the creation and publishing of "The Psst-psst of Toley Ranz". This inspiring, educational and intelligent series of children's books focuses on tolerance and self-esteem in kids. Anke is a Jack Canfield trained international speaker and presenter.
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