Reading, writing, and self-esteem

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Prentice-Hall, 1982 - Education - 243 pages
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Advises teachers of reading and writing how to deal with children's fears and self-doubts, help slow learners, build the students' fluency, and evaluate the program's success

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Robert Newman has taught at the City University of New York & the University of Colorado. A long time practitioner of Buddhist meditation techniques, he is currently president of the world Health Foundation, which has researched & developed programs for the medical uses of meditation now offered in various hospitals & medical centers. Segments of the present work was featured in LOKA, a journal from the Naropa Institute , (Anchor Press/Doubleday) 1975.