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Unbroken Circles for Schools: Training Scenarios by Ken Johnson is a useful guide for students, parents, educators, and administrators that will show them a better way to manage troubled children and student conflicts. The author speaks about the issues that children face and his techniques and suggestions are good to help build self-esteem and improve student performance, thereby giving hope to many parents and students. The concepts, examples, and methods to deal with student behavior will empower students and bring out the best in them. The training scenarios in the book are valuable and will help to maintain the culture of learning and finding opportunities to grow.
The author handles a relevant topic with a unique approach, thereby making it refreshing and original. Written for schools, the book speaks about the challenges faced by administrators, school boards, and tutors. Ken Johnson handles the topic methodically and with precision, making it easy to follow the outlines that provide solutions when it comes to solving the problem of discipline in schools. The tools shared in the book to resolve conflicts at school and at home are flexible and can be implemented inside and outside the school to resolve the problems that surface time and again. The book is an eye-opener and gives an account of the problems that are faced in schools. The Trainer Review Questions for groups is helpful when it comes to contemplating the tools shared in the book and helping students to give their best.