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Motivating Your Teenager

Frequently, students are willing to complete academic assignments without too much protest until becoming teenagers. As the work becomes more demanding, it’s likely that earning good grades or pleasing parents isn’t a good enough reason to wade through all that’s required. Frustrated, parents may urge students on with the “good jobs require a good education” …

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Teaching Children Who Have Difficulty Learning

Originally Published: March 1999 Each child is unique, and his learning disability specific. However, there are general techniques that can be applied to most situations. Explain instructions verbally: Be certain that you have the child’s attention by making eye contact before you explain instructions. Keep directions simple. Use words he will understand, but be concise. …

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