A Parent's Guide to Helping Out Without Freaking Out
Neil McNerney, a licensed counselor and parenting expert, will show you ways to help your child do better in school without arguments, yelling, or guilt. In his 25 years working with school-age children and their parents, Neil McNerney has developed a simple and powerful approach that will increase achievement and decrease aggravation!
HOMEWORK: A Parent's Guide to Helping Out Without Freaking Out! will guide you through a simple process to find a way to help your child based on which faulty coping pattern your child is using. Most homework books are focused on study techniques. Homework focuses on how parents can be powerful leaders in their kid's education. It answers the most common questions parents ask:
When do I reward and when do I punish?
How do I give advice about studying without getting backtalk?
How much should I review homework?
How do I help my stressed out child who takes school too seriously?
What do I say when my child says "I don't care" about school?
How do I help my disorganized child without feeling like I am his secretary?
- Integrated Press, December 2011
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