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  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:26
  • eBook ISBN:9781623093266

I Hate Homework...

A Parents' Guide Making It Through The Night

by J.B. Decker M.S. Educ.

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Arguing and fighting have been the top complaints I heard from parents when it came time for homework. Parents always became frustrated with the child and then with the child's teacher. "Didn't they teach you that in class?" "Why are you being so stubborn?" Implementation of the techniques in this book will eliminate these frustrations.
Another school year and another 180 days of fighting, yelling, and crying over homework. And you’re the parent! Frustration.“How are you going to make it?” “What bribes or treats can I give my son/ daughter to make them do their homework?” Well the following pages will bring you relief. The easy to follow tasks will finally stop the yelling. Before this school year is out and after following theses tested and proven techniques in this easy to read guide, the headaches and crying will end. Your child will have the tools necessary to complete their evening assignments with little to no frustrations.
About the author
Mrs. Decker is a National Board Certified teacher, with a Masters Degree, in Early Childhood Special Education. She has worked effectively for 30 years in the various models of the exceptional student education programs at the elementary level as a VE Teacher including support facilitation, inclusion, and resource room models. She has also taught regular education to grades 2-4. She has used varied instructional strategies to meet the needs of all of her students. Over the last several years, she has incorporated a wide variety of technologies into her teaching, from design and implementation of curriculum, as well as assessment of student progress. She has also worked as a mentor for Broward County Schools, and a volunteer for the Guardin ad Litum program of Broward County, Florida.