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Empowering Underachievers

Author : Peter Alexander Spevak
ISBN : 0882822829
Genre : Education
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Updated and revised - Spevak reveals his dynamic method that has helped motivate 2000 failing students to perform at or near their full potential.

Bright Minds Poor Grades

Author : Michael D. Whitley
ISBN : 1101119306
Genre : Family & Relationships
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For any parent who has ever been told, "your child isn't performing up to his or her potential," this book has the answer. Renowned clinical psychologist Michael Whitley, Ph.D. offers a proven ten-step program to motivate underachieving children. This easy-to follow book identifies the six types of underachievers from the procrastinator to the hidden perfectionist to the con artist, and it presents the ten steps to help children succeed in school-and ultimately, in life.

The Underachieving Gifted Child

Author : Del Siegle
ISBN : 1593639562
Genre : Education
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Why are some gifted children willing to tackle new challenges whereas others seen insecure or uninterested? Why do some gifted students achieve while others become caught in a cycle of underachievement? Are there strategies teachers and parents can implement that promote an achievement-oriented attitude? "The Underachieving Gifted Child: Recognizing, Understanding, and Reversing Underachievement" answers these important questions. Although there are many factors that contribute to achievement, achievement-oriented students exhibit four key traits: (1) they believe that they have the skills to perform well, (2) they expect that they can succeed, (3) they believe what they are doing is meaningful, and (4) they set realistic expectations and implement strategies to successfully complete their goals. In this volume, parents and teachers will learn specific strategies to improve student achievement by improving students' attitudes in these four important areas.

The Syndrome Y Solution

Author : Karen Chesnutt
ISBN : 9781680610055
Genre : Family & Relationships
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If your son is having problems in school and disrupting family life at home and you can’t find a reason, this book offers proven help. Many bright and able boys are paralyzed by a puzzling set of symptoms characterized by problems at home, school, and in every-day life. But most of these boys, when tested, are found not to have any disorder that would explain their problems. Every parent worried about an underperforming son should read this book. It tells the story of how a psychologist saw a distinctive pattern in many boys brought to her for testing because of problems at home and at school. Dr. Karen Chesnutt has identified a set of symptoms that she calls Syndrome Y. More important, she has devised a program of treatment that actually works. Building emotional strength is the key to overcoming underperformance, low motivation, and under-achievement. Problems resembling Syndrome Y have been described in the past. Some data-driven and research-based books have hinted at Syndrome Y, but this is the first book to offer an effective way to deal with it. Dr. Chesnutt’s five-phase program is experience-based and practical. Her program is the first to deal with the “why” of Syndrome Y and to treat its underlying causes. Her approach is based on many years of experience as a parent, teacher, and psychologist. According to Dr.Chesnutt, “This book is written for parents whose sons are unmotivated, underachieving, and dependent. They are often bright, engaging youngsters, but chronic underachievers. They have little internal motivation. They seem unaffected by traditional motivators such as reward, punishment, praise, or scorn. They are not motivated by grades. They are willing to depend on others to set the agenda for their lives, and are willing to let others complete tasks that are really their responsibility. These boys usually test as capable in academic ability, but they seem satisfied with minimal or failing results.” "The five main characteristics of Syndrome Y have something in common. They all indicate that something is missing. That missing element is what I call emotional strength. It is not a lack of skill or knowledge. It is not a lack of opportunity. It is not merely a lack of motivation. The important thing to realize is that the problem is emotional. Syndrome Y boys do not have emotional strength," Dr. Chesnutt says. “In order for your son to begin to function independently, to be motivated, to have passion for something, he needs to build his emotional strength,” Dr. Chesnutt says. "Emotional strength is not something that can be learned or a skill that can be acquired. It is more like a muscle that needs to be exercised. It takes time and repetition to increase emotional strength. Many parents have asked me if emotional strength can be increased. The answer is yes, it can, with enough patience, practice, and exercise,” reports Dr. Chesnutt “Just as we think about the development of physical strength, development of emotional strength requires exercise, practice, and challenge,” Dr. Chesnutt says.

Pocket Pal Learning Styles And Personalized Teaching

Author : Barbara Prashnig
ISBN : 185539149X
Genre : Education
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An introduction to learning styles helps educators personalize their teaching and improve their students’ study skills and self-esteem.

Motivate Your Son

Author : Daryl Capuano
ISBN : 0984945105
Genre : Motivation (Psychology)
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Help for parents with sons! Daryl Capuano and his company The Learning Consultants have helped thousands of parents motivate their teenagers to scholastic success. Since lack of motivation among teen boys has become epidemic, this book provides specific advice to help your sons. If you are tired of nagging and want to learn how to inspire your children so they can become self-motivated, learn how from an expert. Given the challenges and promises of the new economy, the stakes could not be higher.

How To Spot A Liar

Author : Gregory Hartley
ISBN : 9781427094223
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Refeathering The Empty Nest

Author : Wendy Aronsson
ISBN : 9781442224032
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Refeathering the Empty Nest shows how to manage that period of time when children are preparing to leave the family home, either temporarily or permanently, and how to move forward in a healthy, even rewarding way. Using real stories, the author shows how this time can be difficult but also rewarding, challenging, and exciting.

I Can Read You Like A Book

Author : Gregory Hartley
ISBN : 9781601638335
Genre : Self-Help
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Are you in business, journalism, law enforcement, or medicine? Do you face students in a classroom or criminals in a courtroom? Are you in a relationship or looking for one? Do you have children? Then you need the skills to read them like a book!I Can Read You Like a Book features a system for scanning and interpreting anyone's body language, enabling you to figure out what they are really saying or feeling: Review: Check out someone quickly, from head to toe. Evaluate: Know what to look for; notice what's relevant. Analyze: Spot voluntary versus involuntary movements; factor in gender, context, culture. Decide: Draw your conclusion. Step by step, you will develop the same skills the best interrogators and detectives use to assess spies, criminals, and witnesses. As part of the process, you will observe some of the most famous people in the world through interrogator Greg Hartley's eyes. You'll discover what emotions these politicians, pundits, and stars are leaking through their body language and facial expressions, and what their answers (or non-answers) are really saying. I Can Read You Like a Book gives you the fastest, most efficient method to read body language. In any kind of face-to-face competition, first encounters or daily encounters, and even watching the news, you will spot the messages and emotions that people are really sending--whether they know it or not.As a bonus, you will learn how to use your own face and body to your advantage, whether you're trying to evade a difficult question, handle a sensitive situation, or just playing poker! Gregory Hartley's expertise as an interrogator first earned him honors with the United States Army. More recently, it has drawn organizations such as the Defense Intelligence Agency, Navy SEALS, federal law enforcement agencies, and national TV show such as Montel Williams and CNN magazines to seek his insights into what suspected terrorists--as well as celebrities--really mean when they answer tough questions. He resides near Atlanta, Georgia. Maryann Karinch in the author of nine books including How to Spot a Liar: Why Peple Don't Tell the Truth...and How You Can Catch Them with Greg Hartley. She is founder of the Rudy Agency, a literary agency based in Colorado.

Able Underachievers

Author : Diane Montgomery
ISBN : 1861561938
Genre : Business & Economics
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Since the introduction of mass schooling educationalists have been concerned that large numbers of able children have underfunctioned. This book advocates that the current curriculum needs to be taught differently so as to include all learners and to 'engage their brains' with the curriculum content. Evidence of what is needed and what works with able underachievers, the disaffected and low attainers from a wide range of backgrounds lies in the pedagogy used. It concludes that teaching and learning methods need to be modified to become learning orientated and learner centred rather than subject orientated and teacher centred. Education will then have 'come of age'.

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