How and Why Children Fail
Intended for students and practitioners in psychology, psychiatry, education and social work, the essays in this book explore the reasons for a child's failure from a range of disciplines. Topics covered include social influences as well as emotional, physical and psychological factors.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Boredom High Ability and Achievement
Limited Intelligence and School Failure
Confusion and Underfunctioning in Children
5 other sections not shown
A-level ability academic achievement adolescents adult anti-social behaviour anxiety approach areas assessment attachment attitudes become boredom boys broken homes cause chaotic families child childhood Christ Church College chronic Church College Evaluation classroom cognitive College Evaluation Unit Commission for Racial communication concept confusion course creativity culture delinquent behaviour described developmental diabetes disorder double bind dyslexia dyslexic educational educational psychologist effects emotional emotional abuse environment epilepsy example experience factors fail failure fear feelings functioning GCSE gender girls identified individual infant interaction Journal lead less London mother motivation narcissistic Narcissistic personality disorder National Curriculum National Curriculum assessment parents peer group performance person physical illness potential problems Psychiatry Psychology Racial Equality racism relationship response result role scores self-concept self-efficacy sexual abuse situation social skills society specific strategies studies success suggest task teachers teaching tend TVEI underachievement young
Approaches to Needs Assessment in Children's Services
Harriet Ward,Wendy Rose
No preview available - 2002
All Book Search results »
Helping Children to Manage Loss: Positive Strategies for Renewal and Growth
No preview available - 1998