WENATCHEE, Wash. (PRWEB) February 19, 2018
Nancy Coolidge, a respected author, columnist, radio personality, teacher, and acclaimed director of several Sylvan Learning centers, has completed her new book “They Are What We Teach: Good Habits Great Grades”: an enlightening work that contains tips on effective parent involvement in a child’s academic life, developing good study habits, dealing with homework, among others that are related to academic success.
Author Coolidge discusses the mistakes parents usually make when disciplining their children: “The two biggest mistakes parents make are first, threatening to punish and then not following through, and second, over-reacting – grounding for a month when a day or two would do. So it’s important to have a plan. In the appendix you will find a worksheet that helps you identify things that are important to your student. Every person has something that he/she would really hate to be without – cell phone, friends, skateboard, music. You know your child, and you will be able to come up with several things to hold in reserve as consequences in the event of misbehavior or not meeting expectations. The key here is to be prepared to take it away if you have to.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Nancy Coolidge’s new book is a comprehensive work that is a product of a culmination of over four decades of helping students and their families to achieve academic success. This is a helpful book with practical techniques and effective advice regarding training children on becoming successful in school that is a must-read for parents.
Readers who wish to experience this eye-opener work can purchase “They Are What We Teach: Good Habits Great Grades” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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