"The vast majority of teachers categorize students in the first few weeks of school."
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 03, 2012
"The absolute best way to give your child a fresh start for the 2012-13 school year is to become a healthy learning partner with them -- a teammate for the demands of their upcoming homework schedules," explains Roger Wilkerson, author of the new book, Homework Sanity: Insights for Parents from a Private Tutor.
"The vast majority of teachers categorize students in the first few weeks of school; often in the first few days of a new term. This auto-pilot cataloging is applied to every student in a classroom, not just problematic or exceptional children. This makes it imperative to determine if a teacher's perspective of your child matches what you see in reality.
"The beginning of the school year is the only opportunity a parent has to correct an inaccurate label applied by a teacher. If a teacher's erroneous perception is allowed to continue, the following school year may become cluttered with countless parent-teacher conferences, irrational phone messages and damaging emails."
Tools such as this are core elements of Homework Sanity: Insights for Parents from a Private Tutor. Taken from years of positive results in private tutoring on three continents, Wilkerson shares parent-child partnership training and unique approaches to learning, homework management and education success in the new release, currently available in hard copy from Amazon and Barnes & Noble. The eBook version is available on iTunes, Nook and Kindle. The book can also be purchased direct from Homework Sanity website, where additional tools and information for parents can be found.
ISBN 979 1 60 7461 5 is for the paperback and ISBN 978 1 60 746639 0 is for the eBook version. The publisher is Fastpencil.