Full of ideas to help parents nurture their child's desire and ability to take responsibility for being a good student. Works even for children with a history of poor study habits and discipline.
Good students take responsibility for their learning and behavior at home and at school. They don't have to be nagged about their homework or attending school—because they are self-motivated, self directed, persistent, conscientious and resourceful. Children must learn self-responsibility, and parents are in the best position to teach them. This booklet is full of ideas to help parents nurture their child's desire and ability to take responsibility for being a good student. Even children who have a history of poor study habits, who say they "hate school," and who are rebelling against the world respond well to the practical tools and approaches suggested. When children take responsibility for their own learning and behavior, their potential for success is dramatically increased.
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