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The Mom book goes to school : insider tips to ensure your child thrives in elementary and middle school, Stacy DeBroff

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The Mom book goes to school : insider tips to ensure your child thrives in elementary and middle school
Title
The Mom book goes to school
Title remainder
insider tips to ensure your child thrives in elementary and middle school
Statement of responsibility
Stacy DeBroff
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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DeBroff, Stacy M
Dewey number
372.119/2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
LB1048.5
LC item number
.D43 2005
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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DeBroff, Stacy M
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  • Education, Elementary
  • Middle school education
  • Mother and child
Target audience
adult
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The Mom book goes to school : insider tips to ensure your child thrives in elementary and middle school, Stacy DeBroff
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Publication
Note
"Mom central."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 365-367) and index
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volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 11
  • Chapter 5
  • Learning Disabilities
  • 115
  • Should I Have My Child Tested for Special Needs?
  • 115
  • When Should I Opt to Have My Child Privately Tested?
  • 119
  • Why Should I Test for Vision Problems?
  • 121
  • What Happens at an Evaluation?
  • How Can I Best Use Email and Other Technology to Facilitate Communication?
  • 122
  • What's the Best Way to Interpret the Results?
  • 123
  • How Can I Further Pursue an Evaluation?
  • 124
  • What Should I Know About Negotiating an Individual Education Plan (IEP)?
  • 125
  • How Can I Best Prepare for an IEP Meeting?
  • 129
  • When Should I Hire a Professional Advocate?
  • 15
  • 131
  • What Should I Focus on During an IEP Conference?
  • 133
  • What If the Plan Moves My Child Out of the Regular Classroom?
  • 135
  • How Do I Ensure My Child's IEP Gets Implemented?
  • 136
  • How Can I Expect the Teacher to Be Involved in the IEP Implementation Process?
  • 139
  • Chapter 6
  • Why Does Putting Up a United Front with My Child's Teacher Matter So Much?
  • Problematic Classroom Behavior & Social Issues
  • 143
  • Behavioral Issues
  • 143
  • Which Student Behaviors Annoy Teachers Most?
  • 143
  • How Should I Approach My Child's Behavioral Problems?
  • 146
  • How Can I Encourage My Shy Child to Participate More in Class?
  • 150
  • 18
  • Should I Worry About What's in My Child's School Record?
  • 151
  • How Do I Obtain Access to My Child's Records?
  • 153
  • How Do I Get Something Purged from the Record?
  • 154
  • Peers, Bullies, & Cliques
  • 155
  • What Role Do Peers Play in My Child's Academic Life?
  • 155
  • How Do I Avoid Being Perceived as the Notorious Difficult Parent?
  • What Can I Do to Help My Child's Social Development?
  • 156
  • Is There Anything I Can Do to Help My Child Handle Peer Pressure?
  • 157
  • How Widespread Are Bullying Problems?
  • 160
  • What Exactly Counts As Bullying?
  • 161
  • Who Fits the Bully Profile?
  • 162
  • 22
  • How Can Bullying Affect My Child?
  • 163
  • How Do I Recognize When My Child Is Being Bullied?
  • 164
  • How Should I Frame My Discussions with My Bullied Child?
  • 166
  • How Can I Intervene to Help My Child Deal with a Bully?
  • 168
  • Is It Possible to Bully-Proof My Child?
  • 171
  • What Kind of Positive Feedback Do Teachers Care About Most?
  • What Should I Do If the School Tells Me My Child Is a Bully?
  • 173
  • How Can I Teach My Child Not to Be a Bystander?
  • 177
  • Why Do Cliques Exist Among Girls?
  • 179
  • What Should I Do When My Adolescent Daughter Is Being Bullied?
  • 182
  • How Can I Help My Daughter Deal with Cliques?
  • 183
  • 25
  • Chapter 7
  • Parent Volunteer
  • 187
  • Why Is Volunteering at My Child's School So Important?
  • 187
  • What Are the Best Ways to Become Involved in My Child's Classroom?
  • 189
  • Why Are Some Teachers Wary of Classroom Volunteers?
  • 193
  • As a Working Parent, How Can I Become Involved?
  • Which Gifts Do Teachers Appreciate Most?
  • 194
  • How Do I Stay Involved in Middle School?
  • 197
  • What If My Child Is Embarrassed to See Me Around School?
  • 198
  • How Can I Best Become an Advocate for School Reform and Improvements?
  • 199
  • Part II
  • On the Home Front
  • Chapter 8
  • Introduction: The Big Picture
  • 28
  • Creating an Academically Nurturing Home Environment
  • 205
  • How Can I Create a Supportive Home Environment?
  • 205
  • How Do I Help My Child Love Learning?
  • 209
  • How Can I Foster More Responsibility in My Child?
  • 211
  • When Is It Appropriate for My Child to Miss School and How Can I Help Him Catch Up?
  • 214
  • Chapter 2
  • How Can I Get My Disorganized Child on Track?
  • 215
  • What If My Child Constantly Forgets Things?
  • 217
  • How Can I Master the Morning Liftoff?
  • 219
  • How Can I Make Family Dinners Part of the Daily Routine?
  • 222
  • How Can I Get My Child to Talk About His Day?
  • 223
  • Meetings and Conferences
  • Television and the Internet: Passivity Central
  • 227
  • How Can I Make the Best of the Learning Experiences TV Has to Offer?
  • 227
  • What TV Limits Should I Set for My Child?
  • 229
  • How Can I Ensure My Child Uses the Internet Safely and Productively?
  • 232
  • How Important Is Reading?
  • 235
  • 31
  • How Can I Make the Most of Reading with My Child?
  • 236
  • How Can I Expand My Child's Vocabulary?
  • 238
  • How Do I Instill a Love of Reading in My Child?
  • 239
  • How Do I Choose the Best Books for My Child?
  • 243
  • How Can I Encourage My Reluctant Reader?
  • 245
  • When Is It Appropriate to Approach the Teacher About a Problem?
  • How Can I Help My Struggling Reader?
  • 248
  • Chapter 10
  • Homework
  • 251
  • After 8 Hours at School, Why Does My Child Have So Much Homework?
  • 251
  • How Much Time Should Homework Take?
  • 253
  • How Should I Be Involved in Daily Homework?
  • 31
  • 255
  • How Can I Avoid Overdoing It?
  • 258
  • Which Homework Routines Are Most Sucessful?
  • 261
  • Does My Child Need to Cut Down on Extracurriculars to Make Time for Homework?
  • 263
  • How Can I Keep My Child Focused and Energized During Homework?
  • 265
  • How Can I Create an Ideal Homework Space for My Child?
  • How Much Personal Information Should I Divulge to the Teacher?
  • 266
  • What Should I Do If My Child Constantly Struggles with Homework?
  • 268
  • How Can I Help My Child Struggling with Math?
  • 270
  • How Can I Avoid Homework Battles?
  • 273
  • It's Greek to Me-How Can I Help My Child?
  • 275
  • How Can I Cut Down on Homework Mistakes and Sloppiness?
  • 34
  • 277
  • How Should I Approach the Dreaded Big Projects?
  • 278
  • How Can I Encourage My Child to Brainstorm Ideas for the Project?
  • 280
  • How Should My Child Structure His Time for a Project?
  • 281
  • How Can I Best Help with Big Papers?
  • 283
  • How Do I Know If I'm Too Involved in My Child's Project?
  • Why Do Teachers Hate Being Approached on the Fly?
  • 284
  • Chapter 11
  • Mastering Tests
  • 287
  • What Are the Different Types of Tests and What Do They Aim to Assess?
  • 287
  • Why All the Controversy Over Standardized Tests?
  • 289
  • What Should I Know About High-Stakes Testing?
  • 293
  • 36
  • How Can I Help My Child Prepare for Standardized Testing?
  • 295
  • What Should I Know About Test Results?
  • 297
  • How Can I Best Help My Child Study for an Upcoming Classroom Test?
  • 299
  • How Can My Child's Learning Style Affect Testing?
  • 303
  • How Can Mnemonics Help My Child Remember Facts?
  • 305
  • 1
  • How Do I Make the Most of Regularly Scheduled Parent-Teacher Conferences?
  • How Can I Teach My Child to Take Better Notes in Class?
  • 308
  • Which Test-Taking Tips Should I Reinforce with My Child?
  • 309
  • What About Writing Test Essays?
  • 311
  • What Are Good Multiple-Choice Strategies?
  • 313
  • Are There Tricks to True-False Questions?
  • 314
  • 38
  • What About Reading Comprehension Questions?
  • 315
  • What Are Strategies for Matching Items in Two Lists?
  • 316
  • How Can I Help My Child Overcome Test-Taking Jitters?
  • 316
  • Chapter 12
  • School Transitions
  • 321
  • Which Factors Should I Consider When Choosing a School for My Child?
  • What Can I Do to Help Ensure the Meeting Runs Smoothly?
  • 321
  • What Can I Learn from the Faculty I Meet While Visiting the School?
  • 323
  • What Special Programs, Services, and Facilities Should I Consider?
  • 325
  • What Are the Pros of Private School?
  • 326
  • What Are the Cons of Private School?
  • 327
  • How Can I Prevent Academic Regression During Summer Vacation?
  • 40
  • 328
  • How Should I Approach the Beginning of a New School Year?
  • 330
  • How Can I Make the First Day of School Exciting Instead of Anxious?
  • 332
  • How Can I Ease My Child's Transition to a New School?
  • 334
  • How Can I Help Change My Child's Bad Reputation?
  • 336
  • What Should I Be Looking for in a Preschool Experience?
  • How Should I Frame a Specific Problem?
  • 338
  • How Do I Find the Right Preschool for My Child?
  • 339
  • How Can I Help My Child Make the Preschool Transition?
  • 342
  • Is My Child Thriving in Preschool?
  • 344
  • How Do I Know If My Child is Ready for Kindergarten?
  • 345 --
  • 45
  • What Follow-Up Should Take Place After a Conference?
  • 47
  • When Are Child-Teacher-Parent Conferences Most Effective?
  • 49
  • Part I
  • Chapter 3
  • Managing Child-Teacher Conflict
  • 53
  • What Should I Do When My Child and the Teacher Just Don't Seem to Get Along?
  • 53
  • How Do I Handle Conflicting Perceptions of My Child?
  • 58
  • When Should I Consider Moving My Child to a New Class?
  • 60
  • How Do I Know If My Child Just Has a Poor Teacher?
  • At School
  • 62
  • How Can I Help Defuse a Child-Teacher Meltdown?
  • 64
  • When Does It Make Strategic Sense to Involve the Principal?
  • 66
  • When Should I Go Over the Principal's Head?
  • 70
  • Chapter 4
  • Academic Issues
  • 71
  • Chapter 1
  • What I Should I Do When My Child Struggles in School?
  • 71
  • How Can I Avoid Report Card Surprises?
  • 74
  • How Should I Approach a Problematic Report Card with My Child?
  • 76
  • What Should My Follow-Up Action Plan Be?
  • 78
  • Why Isn't My Child Working Up to His Ability?
  • 80
  • Parent-Teacher Relationship
  • What Can I Do to Get My Underachiever Back on Track?
  • 83
  • Should I Use Rewards to Motivate My Child Academically?
  • 87
  • How Can I Engage the Teacher's Help with My Child's Academic Difficulties?
  • 90
  • When Can Engaging an Outside Tutor Help My Child?
  • 91
  • How Should I Evaluate a Learning Center?
  • 94
  • 11
  • When Should I Consider Holding My Child Back a Year?
  • 96
  • Why Has Cheating Become a Widespread Issue?
  • 98
  • How Should I React If My Child Is Caught Cheating?
  • 101
  • How Can I Take the Pressure off My Stressed-Out Child?
  • 102
  • How Should I React to My Perfectionist Child Who Stresses Himself Out?
  • 104
  • How Can I Establish an Ongoing Rapport with My Child's Teacher?
  • What Should I Do If I Feel My Smart Child Isn't Being Challenged?
  • 106
  • How Do I Know If My Child Is Actually Gifted?
  • 107
  • What Unique Problems May My Gifted Child Face?
  • 109
  • What Extra Support Does My Gifted Child Need?
  • 111
  • There's a Gifted Program at My Child's School, but My Child Didn't Qualify as I Thought He Would. What Can I Do?
  • 112
  • 355
  • Appendix B
  • Parent Resources
  • 359
  • When Does Academic Redshirting Make Sense?
  • 348
  • How Can I Help My Child Feel Confident About Starting Kindergarten?
  • 349
  • What Can I Expect from the Move to Middle School?
  • 351
  • Appendix A
  • Sample Letters Praising Teachers
Control code
ocm58648038
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First Free Press trade paperback edition.
Extent
xii, 382 pages
Isbn
9780743257541
Lccn
2005040088
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
372.1192 D354 ; P ; XX-N ; C0805BT3(WE).
Other control number
9780743257541
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o58648038
  • (Sirsi) o58648038
Label
The Mom book goes to school : insider tips to ensure your child thrives in elementary and middle school, Stacy DeBroff
Publication
Note
"Mom central."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 365-367) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 11
  • Chapter 5
  • Learning Disabilities
  • 115
  • Should I Have My Child Tested for Special Needs?
  • 115
  • When Should I Opt to Have My Child Privately Tested?
  • 119
  • Why Should I Test for Vision Problems?
  • 121
  • What Happens at an Evaluation?
  • How Can I Best Use Email and Other Technology to Facilitate Communication?
  • 122
  • What's the Best Way to Interpret the Results?
  • 123
  • How Can I Further Pursue an Evaluation?
  • 124
  • What Should I Know About Negotiating an Individual Education Plan (IEP)?
  • 125
  • How Can I Best Prepare for an IEP Meeting?
  • 129
  • When Should I Hire a Professional Advocate?
  • 15
  • 131
  • What Should I Focus on During an IEP Conference?
  • 133
  • What If the Plan Moves My Child Out of the Regular Classroom?
  • 135
  • How Do I Ensure My Child's IEP Gets Implemented?
  • 136
  • How Can I Expect the Teacher to Be Involved in the IEP Implementation Process?
  • 139
  • Chapter 6
  • Why Does Putting Up a United Front with My Child's Teacher Matter So Much?
  • Problematic Classroom Behavior & Social Issues
  • 143
  • Behavioral Issues
  • 143
  • Which Student Behaviors Annoy Teachers Most?
  • 143
  • How Should I Approach My Child's Behavioral Problems?
  • 146
  • How Can I Encourage My Shy Child to Participate More in Class?
  • 150
  • 18
  • Should I Worry About What's in My Child's School Record?
  • 151
  • How Do I Obtain Access to My Child's Records?
  • 153
  • How Do I Get Something Purged from the Record?
  • 154
  • Peers, Bullies, & Cliques
  • 155
  • What Role Do Peers Play in My Child's Academic Life?
  • 155
  • How Do I Avoid Being Perceived as the Notorious Difficult Parent?
  • What Can I Do to Help My Child's Social Development?
  • 156
  • Is There Anything I Can Do to Help My Child Handle Peer Pressure?
  • 157
  • How Widespread Are Bullying Problems?
  • 160
  • What Exactly Counts As Bullying?
  • 161
  • Who Fits the Bully Profile?
  • 162
  • 22
  • How Can Bullying Affect My Child?
  • 163
  • How Do I Recognize When My Child Is Being Bullied?
  • 164
  • How Should I Frame My Discussions with My Bullied Child?
  • 166
  • How Can I Intervene to Help My Child Deal with a Bully?
  • 168
  • Is It Possible to Bully-Proof My Child?
  • 171
  • What Kind of Positive Feedback Do Teachers Care About Most?
  • What Should I Do If the School Tells Me My Child Is a Bully?
  • 173
  • How Can I Teach My Child Not to Be a Bystander?
  • 177
  • Why Do Cliques Exist Among Girls?
  • 179
  • What Should I Do When My Adolescent Daughter Is Being Bullied?
  • 182
  • How Can I Help My Daughter Deal with Cliques?
  • 183
  • 25
  • Chapter 7
  • Parent Volunteer
  • 187
  • Why Is Volunteering at My Child's School So Important?
  • 187
  • What Are the Best Ways to Become Involved in My Child's Classroom?
  • 189
  • Why Are Some Teachers Wary of Classroom Volunteers?
  • 193
  • As a Working Parent, How Can I Become Involved?
  • Which Gifts Do Teachers Appreciate Most?
  • 194
  • How Do I Stay Involved in Middle School?
  • 197
  • What If My Child Is Embarrassed to See Me Around School?
  • 198
  • How Can I Best Become an Advocate for School Reform and Improvements?
  • 199
  • Part II
  • On the Home Front
  • Chapter 8
  • Introduction: The Big Picture
  • 28
  • Creating an Academically Nurturing Home Environment
  • 205
  • How Can I Create a Supportive Home Environment?
  • 205
  • How Do I Help My Child Love Learning?
  • 209
  • How Can I Foster More Responsibility in My Child?
  • 211
  • When Is It Appropriate for My Child to Miss School and How Can I Help Him Catch Up?
  • 214
  • Chapter 2
  • How Can I Get My Disorganized Child on Track?
  • 215
  • What If My Child Constantly Forgets Things?
  • 217
  • How Can I Master the Morning Liftoff?
  • 219
  • How Can I Make Family Dinners Part of the Daily Routine?
  • 222
  • How Can I Get My Child to Talk About His Day?
  • 223
  • Meetings and Conferences
  • Television and the Internet: Passivity Central
  • 227
  • How Can I Make the Best of the Learning Experiences TV Has to Offer?
  • 227
  • What TV Limits Should I Set for My Child?
  • 229
  • How Can I Ensure My Child Uses the Internet Safely and Productively?
  • 232
  • How Important Is Reading?
  • 235
  • 31
  • How Can I Make the Most of Reading with My Child?
  • 236
  • How Can I Expand My Child's Vocabulary?
  • 238
  • How Do I Instill a Love of Reading in My Child?
  • 239
  • How Do I Choose the Best Books for My Child?
  • 243
  • How Can I Encourage My Reluctant Reader?
  • 245
  • When Is It Appropriate to Approach the Teacher About a Problem?
  • How Can I Help My Struggling Reader?
  • 248
  • Chapter 10
  • Homework
  • 251
  • After 8 Hours at School, Why Does My Child Have So Much Homework?
  • 251
  • How Much Time Should Homework Take?
  • 253
  • How Should I Be Involved in Daily Homework?
  • 31
  • 255
  • How Can I Avoid Overdoing It?
  • 258
  • Which Homework Routines Are Most Sucessful?
  • 261
  • Does My Child Need to Cut Down on Extracurriculars to Make Time for Homework?
  • 263
  • How Can I Keep My Child Focused and Energized During Homework?
  • 265
  • How Can I Create an Ideal Homework Space for My Child?
  • How Much Personal Information Should I Divulge to the Teacher?
  • 266
  • What Should I Do If My Child Constantly Struggles with Homework?
  • 268
  • How Can I Help My Child Struggling with Math?
  • 270
  • How Can I Avoid Homework Battles?
  • 273
  • It's Greek to Me-How Can I Help My Child?
  • 275
  • How Can I Cut Down on Homework Mistakes and Sloppiness?
  • 34
  • 277
  • How Should I Approach the Dreaded Big Projects?
  • 278
  • How Can I Encourage My Child to Brainstorm Ideas for the Project?
  • 280
  • How Should My Child Structure His Time for a Project?
  • 281
  • How Can I Best Help with Big Papers?
  • 283
  • How Do I Know If I'm Too Involved in My Child's Project?
  • Why Do Teachers Hate Being Approached on the Fly?
  • 284
  • Chapter 11
  • Mastering Tests
  • 287
  • What Are the Different Types of Tests and What Do They Aim to Assess?
  • 287
  • Why All the Controversy Over Standardized Tests?
  • 289
  • What Should I Know About High-Stakes Testing?
  • 293
  • 36
  • How Can I Help My Child Prepare for Standardized Testing?
  • 295
  • What Should I Know About Test Results?
  • 297
  • How Can I Best Help My Child Study for an Upcoming Classroom Test?
  • 299
  • How Can My Child's Learning Style Affect Testing?
  • 303
  • How Can Mnemonics Help My Child Remember Facts?
  • 305
  • 1
  • How Do I Make the Most of Regularly Scheduled Parent-Teacher Conferences?
  • How Can I Teach My Child to Take Better Notes in Class?
  • 308
  • Which Test-Taking Tips Should I Reinforce with My Child?
  • 309
  • What About Writing Test Essays?
  • 311
  • What Are Good Multiple-Choice Strategies?
  • 313
  • Are There Tricks to True-False Questions?
  • 314
  • 38
  • What About Reading Comprehension Questions?
  • 315
  • What Are Strategies for Matching Items in Two Lists?
  • 316
  • How Can I Help My Child Overcome Test-Taking Jitters?
  • 316
  • Chapter 12
  • School Transitions
  • 321
  • Which Factors Should I Consider When Choosing a School for My Child?
  • What Can I Do to Help Ensure the Meeting Runs Smoothly?
  • 321
  • What Can I Learn from the Faculty I Meet While Visiting the School?
  • 323
  • What Special Programs, Services, and Facilities Should I Consider?
  • 325
  • What Are the Pros of Private School?
  • 326
  • What Are the Cons of Private School?
  • 327
  • How Can I Prevent Academic Regression During Summer Vacation?
  • 40
  • 328
  • How Should I Approach the Beginning of a New School Year?
  • 330
  • How Can I Make the First Day of School Exciting Instead of Anxious?
  • 332
  • How Can I Ease My Child's Transition to a New School?
  • 334
  • How Can I Help Change My Child's Bad Reputation?
  • 336
  • What Should I Be Looking for in a Preschool Experience?
  • How Should I Frame a Specific Problem?
  • 338
  • How Do I Find the Right Preschool for My Child?
  • 339
  • How Can I Help My Child Make the Preschool Transition?
  • 342
  • Is My Child Thriving in Preschool?
  • 344
  • How Do I Know If My Child is Ready for Kindergarten?
  • 345 --
  • 45
  • What Follow-Up Should Take Place After a Conference?
  • 47
  • When Are Child-Teacher-Parent Conferences Most Effective?
  • 49
  • Part I
  • Chapter 3
  • Managing Child-Teacher Conflict
  • 53
  • What Should I Do When My Child and the Teacher Just Don't Seem to Get Along?
  • 53
  • How Do I Handle Conflicting Perceptions of My Child?
  • 58
  • When Should I Consider Moving My Child to a New Class?
  • 60
  • How Do I Know If My Child Just Has a Poor Teacher?
  • At School
  • 62
  • How Can I Help Defuse a Child-Teacher Meltdown?
  • 64
  • When Does It Make Strategic Sense to Involve the Principal?
  • 66
  • When Should I Go Over the Principal's Head?
  • 70
  • Chapter 4
  • Academic Issues
  • 71
  • Chapter 1
  • What I Should I Do When My Child Struggles in School?
  • 71
  • How Can I Avoid Report Card Surprises?
  • 74
  • How Should I Approach a Problematic Report Card with My Child?
  • 76
  • What Should My Follow-Up Action Plan Be?
  • 78
  • Why Isn't My Child Working Up to His Ability?
  • 80
  • Parent-Teacher Relationship
  • What Can I Do to Get My Underachiever Back on Track?
  • 83
  • Should I Use Rewards to Motivate My Child Academically?
  • 87
  • How Can I Engage the Teacher's Help with My Child's Academic Difficulties?
  • 90
  • When Can Engaging an Outside Tutor Help My Child?
  • 91
  • How Should I Evaluate a Learning Center?
  • 94
  • 11
  • When Should I Consider Holding My Child Back a Year?
  • 96
  • Why Has Cheating Become a Widespread Issue?
  • 98
  • How Should I React If My Child Is Caught Cheating?
  • 101
  • How Can I Take the Pressure off My Stressed-Out Child?
  • 102
  • How Should I React to My Perfectionist Child Who Stresses Himself Out?
  • 104
  • How Can I Establish an Ongoing Rapport with My Child's Teacher?
  • What Should I Do If I Feel My Smart Child Isn't Being Challenged?
  • 106
  • How Do I Know If My Child Is Actually Gifted?
  • 107
  • What Unique Problems May My Gifted Child Face?
  • 109
  • What Extra Support Does My Gifted Child Need?
  • 111
  • There's a Gifted Program at My Child's School, but My Child Didn't Qualify as I Thought He Would. What Can I Do?
  • 112
  • 355
  • Appendix B
  • Parent Resources
  • 359
  • When Does Academic Redshirting Make Sense?
  • 348
  • How Can I Help My Child Feel Confident About Starting Kindergarten?
  • 349
  • What Can I Expect from the Move to Middle School?
  • 351
  • Appendix A
  • Sample Letters Praising Teachers
Control code
ocm58648038
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First Free Press trade paperback edition.
Extent
xii, 382 pages
Isbn
9780743257541
Lccn
2005040088
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
372.1192 D354 ; P ; XX-N ; C0805BT3(WE).
Other control number
9780743257541
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o58648038
  • (Sirsi) o58648038

Library Locations

    • Liberty BranchBorrow it
      1000 Kent St., Liberty, MO, 64068 , US
      39.234827 -94.433348
    • North Independence BranchBorrow it
      317 W. 24 Hwy., Independence, MO, 64050 , US
      39.100794 -94.418828
    • Parkville BranchBorrow it
      8815 Tom Watson Pkwy., Parkville, MO, 64152 , US
      39.2099 -94.68334
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