How Can My Kid Succeed in School?: What Parents and Teachers Can Do to Conquer Learning Problems
John Wiley & Sons, 2009 (2009)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
his informative book offers parents and teachers easy-to-follow steps for helping children and adolescents who are struggling to succeed in the classroom. If your child or students have learning problems, the author suggests specific guidelines for selecting the learning strategies that best fit his or her learning profile.
o determine what a youngster's learning profile is, an inventory is provided that will indicate strengths and weaknesses. In the book's three sections you'll discover a set of tools for parents, a tool box for educators, and a road map for collaborating with clinicians.
earning problems are seldom cured, but they can be managed. For a parent this can be a challenging situation, but, with the proper guidance, an adult can understand the pitfalls and help his or her struggling child navigate the hazard-filled waters of the educational system.
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