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AbstractThis Instructor's Manual accompanies the Kids' Court School Curriculum, a Curriculum that teaches children about the judicial process and strategies to reduce anxiety typically associated with participation in the process. The instructor's manual reviews pre-teaching strategies to establish and maintain engagement and on-task behavior. It also identifies the deficit area, objective, legal justification, theoretical justification, methodology and content, and outcome measure for both Session 1 (Investigative and Judicial Process) and Session 2 (Stress Inoculation Training) of the curriculum.
Degree ProgramHonors College
Family Studies and Human Development