Too scared to learn: overcoming academic anxiety
This book explains academic anxiety, what causes it and what its physical and intellectual effects are. Strategies are provided for teachers and school counsellors to use with students in a one-on-one setting to overcome serious academic anxiety.
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Developing the Dialectic Dialogue
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