How to Motivate Your Child for School and Beyond
- Do you worry that your child has no interest in schoolwork? - Is your child reluctant to do homework? - Do you worry about your sons struggling at school while girls are enthusiastic achievers? - Do you want to help your child manage their study load better so they leave time for sporting activities and simple fun? If you answered yes to any of these questions, HOW TO MOTIVATE YOUR CHILD FOR SCHOOL AND BEYOND has all the answers and more. A positive, practical guide to helping children be the best they can be, it offers achievable solutions for parents who want their children to do well at school – and enjoy the process. New research shows the difference between children who are enthusiastic achievers and those who struggle isn’t simply the makeup of the child. Packed with authoritative information and hands on strategies for parents and teachers, HOW TO MOTIVATE YOUR CHILD is a must-have for parents and professionals who work with families and children. Andrew Martin won the prestigious American Psychological Association’s international award for his innovative work on what makes children achieve – and happy – at school. In this book he reveals the secrets that will stop arguments over homework and worries about your child’s achievements at school and university forever.
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The Bottom Line
Bibliography and Further Reading
SPECIAL ISSUES IN MOTIVATION
Building a Good Relationship with Your Child
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