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In this electronic publication, the most common middle school-related discipline issues are outlined along with ideas for handling them.
Middle schoolers are more in need of guidance and discipline than ever before. Middle schoolers are so challenging (and fascinating) because they straddle two worlds. In one, they're still children, so they need enormous amounts of love, support and attention. In the other, they're becoming teenagers—which means they also seek independence and room to mature. This Parent Guide will help you help parents map their course through these important years to help their child be successful in school…and life. It will also help parents strengthen their relationship with their child to start out on a positive footing in the teen years ahead.
The most common middle school-related discipline issues are outlined along with ideas for handling them. Topics and strategies covered include: arguing, chores, homework headaches, moodiness, independence, natural and logical consequences, staying connected but giving their middle schooler her needed space, TV/computer rules, drugs/alcohol prevention ideas and serious behavior problems. In addition to suggestions from the experts, the guide provides anecdotal accounts for what works for parents of well-behaved kids. And if parents ever reach their wit's end, it provides suggestions for working with teachers, counselors and administrators at school and seeking professional help.
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