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The Unmotivated Child: Helping Your Underachiever Become a Successful Student

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  • Title: The Unmotivated Child: Helping Your Underachiever Become a Successful Student
  • Author: Natalie Rathvon
  • ISBN: 9780684803067
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. Yields a couple decent ideas to try, but overall I got the feeling that the author was saying all unmotivated children were deviants It s also a bit outdated, being published in 1996 No part of it relates to a child with a learning disability Disappointing.


  2. I ve read a lot of parenting books and a lot of schooling books I school my two boys at home and I ve finally found the book that describes my child He didn t quite fit with the ADD profiles, nor any of the other psychological acronyms that would help me understand why my boy would break down in tears over a math problem He d do great one day, and then everything would fall apart the next I couldn t understand it Finally, though, I have a glimpse into what s been going on with my son.I wasn t th [...]


  3. The authors approach seems so common sense, and yet is almost unheard of in the school setting I have since adopted this method into my philosophy of learning, and used these techniques to problem solve behavioral and learning challenges in the classroom with success This is a MUST READ for educators and parents


  4. I really needed to read this book It has changed the way I parent.One flaw, all responsibility for how children think is their parent s fault In my opinion, kids have their own personality traits at birth that parents impact both negatively and positively.


  5. There was ONE chapter on what parents can do to help their underachiever Other chapter talked about getting help from schools, what an underachiever is thinking, and how their brain works differently.


  6. I thought it was very good We are trying some of the techniques listed in the book, and it is helping, but we need to be consistent Isn t that the way with all changes


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