Working Parents Can Raise Smart Kids: The Time-Starved Parent's Guide to Helping Your Child Succeed in School ePub download
by John E. Ph.D. Beaulieu,Ph.D. Granzin Alex,Deborah S. Romaine
- ISBN: 096663165X
- ISBN13: 978-0966631654
- ePub: 1769 kb | FB2: 1296 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Parenting
- Publisher: Parkland Pr Inc; First Edition edition (October 1, 1998)
- Pages: 216
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 918
- Format: lit docx txt lrf
Working parents are very concerned about how their children perform in school. JOHN E. BEAULIEU, P. has worked in the field of education for over 20 years. He has been both a regular and special education teacher
Working parents are very concerned about how their children perform in school. Parents believe they lack the time and expertise to make any meaningful contribution to their child's success. He has been both a regular and special education teacher. He has also done work in school psychology. John spent 10 years at Pacific Lutheran University as a Professor teaching pre-service teachers. He is currently President/CEO of Peer Tutor Press, a company which creates educational materials to help children and adults tutor other students.
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Start by marking Working Parents Can Raise Smart Kids: The "Time-Starved" Parent's Guide to Helping Your Child Succeed in School as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. This book shows parents how to interact with their children during the brief times they spend together to help develop important non-academic skills which are crucial to success in the classroom. Skills such as self-confidence, persistence, and responsibility are keys to success in school.
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This way, parents can understand their children’s individuality and help them accomplish their household and school routines. Time and loving attention have always been, and will always be, what gives our kids the edge. Advertisement - continue reading below. Listen up So how do you find out your child’s learning style? The only way to discover this is by keeping attuned to your child. Just talking to him can already go a long way in establishing his personal goals.
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She adds, It’s key that parents sit down together, if they can, and draw up these procedures. In the Name of Love for Your Children: A Guide to Healthy Divorce and executive director of the National Family Resiliency Center in Rockville, Maryland, advises parents to agree on academic concerns for older kids, too, and plan accordingly. Do both parents agree that the child should go to college?
Help your kid to develop grit. Set a high expectation for your child – A study discovered that expectations that parents hold for their kids have a huge effect on the kids attaining what their parents expect them to achieve.
Help your kid to develop grit. Grit is the disposition to pursue long term goals with hard work, perseverance and stamina. Having grit is said to make the difference between a high achiever and an unsuccessful person, and is more important for success than innate talent or intelligence. Use bribery as part of your parental toolkit – Experts say that it is okay to bribe your child to motivate her, like paying for getting good grades or doing chores.
Working parents have limited time to spend with their children. This book shows parents how to interact with their children during the brief times they spend together to help develop important non-academic skills which are crucial to success in the classroom. Skills such as self-confidence, persistence, and responsibility are keys to success in school. Each chapter concludes with a summarizing list of how these skills relate directly to success in the classroom.
Parents are shown how to furnish their home in ways that will enhance and improve the learning that occurs in the classroom. They can contribute to their child's education even when they can't be with them.
Parents are taught how to handle homework so the child takes responsibility for the completion of their work. Included is a special chapter with simple tips for parents who must help their children with schoolwork. These two chapters can help eliminate the majority of school hassles encountered between parents and their children.
In a special chapter, parents are shown how to recognize and handle small problems before they become serious and serious problems if they should occur.
Parents will not be intimidated by this book. They need no expertise of any kind to do the things which are advocated. Put bluntly, they do not need to be a teacher or know anything about teaching or curriculum to make an enormous contribution to their child's schooling.
Parents don't have to read the entire book to get started. Each chapter is independent of the others, so they can choose any chapter to read and begin putting the practical advice to use.
Simple, effective ideas any "time-starved" parent can use to: make your child eager to accept school challenges, improve your child's test scores and grades, get your child to do homework with minimum hassles, help your child improve academic skills even when you can't be there and have a profound effect on non-academic skills critical to successful learning.