How to Talk so Kids can Learn, at Home and in School (2005)
How to Talk so Kids can Learn, at Home and in School (1995).
Adele Faber et Elaine Mazlish
Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish are the authors of the book
Talking to the children listen,
listen to children speak
spread in millions of copies worldwide.
Recognized for their expertise in the area of parent-child communication, they now build bridges between parents and educators. With wisdom and humor, they show them how to work together to help children solve problems that occur at home and in the classroom, while fostering in them the pleasure and love of learning.
Enriched with realistic dialogues, memory aids and comics, this book presents original and effective strategies to overcome common problems that interfere with learning. Feedback from those who have implemented the proposed habiltés There are also answering questions from parents and teachers as well.
This innovative book is truly time. In a world where violence is spreading more and more, he courageously addresses some great challenges. For example, how does one go about motivating students to succeed in school while they are rebelling against a society that does not always succeed in meeting their true emotional needs? How to transmit their skills and attitudes that will enable them to become adults generous, loving and productive?
This book is enthusiastically welcomed by those seeking friendly tools to promote children's independence, self-discipline and the spirit of openness to the wonders of learning.
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