Ending the Homework Hassle

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Jan 1, 1990 - Family & Relationships - 172 pages
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Homework can be one of the most frustrating of all problem areas for chidlren and parents. In this helpful guide, Rosemond warns against parental interference and demonstrates ways to help children learn to work on their own and to take responsibility for getting the work done themselves.
 

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I found this book informative, even though my son is a GATE student and on the honor roll, I'm not currently having problems. However, a neighbors son was receiving straight A's in elementary and then his grades really startedto drop in
Middle school and she can't figure it out and can't seem to turn him around. My sister has a son with behavioral school issues. I will be recommending this book to both of them!
 

Contents

Ending the Hassle
24
When to Motivate
60
Before We Go Any Further
86
When to Retain
109
When to Medicate
128
Building Solid Foundations
146
About the Author
164
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John Rosemond is a family psychologist who has directed mental-health programs and been in full-time private practice working with families and children. Since 1990, he has devoted his time to speaking and writing. Rosemond's weekly syndicated parenting column now appears in some 250 newspapers, and he has written 15 best-selling books on parenting and the family. He is one of the busiest and most popular speakers in the field, giving more than 200 talks a year to parent and professional groups nationwide. He and his wife of 39 years, Willie, have two grown children and six well-behaved grandchildren. 

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