Getting Our Kids Back on Track: Educating Children for the Future

Getting Our Kids Back on Track: Educating Children for the Future
Language: 
ISBN10: 
0787949914
ISBN13: 
9780787949914
Pages: 
224
Published: 
March 9th 2000 by Jossey-Bass
Rating: 
3.0

Getting Our Kids Back on Track is a no-nonsense guide for achieving academic success written by an acclaimed expert in the study of motivation and achievement in children. In this indispensable resource, author Janine Bempechat claims that the so-called self-esteem movement has actually worked to undermine academic excellence in our nation's schools. As an alternative, she offers parents clear-cut advice and details step by step how to create a structured, predictable, and consistent home environment that will inspire children to reach their full intellectual potential.

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