Ending the Homework Hassle

Ending the Homework Hassle

Understanding, Preventing, and Solving School Performance Problems

Book - 1990
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Advises parents how to help children take responsibility for their own homework, and explains how to find remedial help, motivate an underachiever, and handle Attention Deficit Disorder.
Publisher: Kansas City : Andrews and McMeel, c1990
ISBN: 9780836228076
Branch Call Number: 371.3 Rosemond
Characteristics: ix, 165 p. : ill. ; 22 cm


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frosty73 Jan 20, 2012

This book advocates allowing the child to "own" their own homework. If they start to flunk because of missing homework, that is the child's problem and not the parent's. Very solid reasoning, a very do-able
I tried the methods outlined and after my child flunked a semester... and didn't care... I followed through with a psych evaluation and we found the help he needed. This is covered in the book, too: what to do when your kid is flunking and doesn't care.

Dec 14, 2011

No nosense advice for smart and caring parents who want their kids to grow into responsible adults and not just kids with good grades.


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