How to Talk So Kids Can Learn: At Home and In School Audible Audiobook – Abridged
From America's leading experts on parent-child communication, authors of How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk and Siblings Without Rivalry, comes a breakthrough guide telling parents and techers how to handle one of the burning issues of our day: how to motivate kids to succeed in school at a time when schools are rife with violence and many students are openly rebellious.
Teaming up with two award-winning teachers who well know the problems of our faltering school system, Faber and Mazlish adapt their unique, time-tested communication strategies to the specific concerns of the classroom.
Once again using the dramatically effective "dialogue" technique (what to say and how and when to say it) that has made their work famous worldwide, they illustrate how to use this method to help kids handle the schoolwork and behavioral and peer problems that interfere with the learning process.
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|Listening Length||1 hour and 44 minutes|
|Author||Adele Faber, Elaine Mazlish|
|Narrator||Lisa Nyberg, Rosalyn Anstin Templeton|
|Audible.com Release Date||April 15, 2010|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster Audio|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #53,380 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#198 in Parent Participation in Education (Books)
#356 in Parenting & Family Reference
#960 in Parenting & Families
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Passed this onto a friend who has school children, as Adele Faber writes great books and the advice is probably very ok if you don't actually know so much of what is going on in your child's day, or if you want to help with homework.