This concise manual will help educators recognize and deal with a variety of academic and nonacademic issues that can hamper a child's classroom performance. The text includes interpretations of childhood symptoms, such as fear, emotional outbursts, hyperactivity, withdrawal, and inappropriate behaviours, with case summaries demonstrating the most positive steps taken by teachers to improve lives.Eventually, a supportive neighbor helped David understand that he still had some power for making decisions in his life and that he could make better choices than the ones he was selecting. For David, the story has taken a positive turn.
|Title||:||Children Don't Come with an Instruction Manual|
|Author||:||Wendy Moss (Ph. D.)|
|Publisher||:||Teachers College Press - 2004|