The Challenging Child

Author: Stanley I. Greenspan
Publisher:
ISBN: 1864290633
Size: 18.93 MB
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First published in the US, this guide for parents discusses five types of 'difficult' children - highly sensitive, self-absorbed, defiant, inattentive and active/aggressive. Provides advice about appropriate parenting patterns and ways to construct a parenting style suited to individual children. Includes an index. Greenspan is clinical professor of psychiatry, behavioural science and paediatrics at the George Washington University Medical School, US. His works include 'First Feelings' and 'The Essential Partnership'. Salmon is an editor with the 'Washington Post'.

Homeschooling The Challenging Child

Author: Christine Field
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781433674983
Size: 15.94 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Often, families will choose homeschooling because they have children who cannot cope or thrive within traditional educational environments due to special physical or emotional needs. Homeschooling the Challenging Child addresses these special education issues, offering potential and current homeschooling families qualified and expert advice. Experienced homeschool mom and author Christine Field will offer hope and direction for those seeking to offer their children the best educational opportunities available.

The Challenging Child

Author: Mitch Golant
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
ISBN: 0425149536
Size: 13.88 MB
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Offers child rearing suggestions which emphasize family support and discipline for the successful development of children who exhibit challenging behavior

Addressing The Challenging Behavior Of Children With High Functioning Autism Asperger Syndrome In The Classroom

Author: Rebecca A. Moyes
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 1843107198
Size: 14.65 MB
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Rebecca Moyes takes on one of the biggest challenges in the classroom: problem behaviors. She not only evaluates explanations for these behaviors, she explains why traditional approaches to managing poor behavior do not work for children with autism and Asperger's syndrome. She supplies practical tips on how to tackle the problem behaviors both in the classroom and outside it, including many individual examples. She also incorporates a case study with a behavior support plan which contains environmental supports to strengthen teaching strategies.