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A book about middle schools. I found it rather disappointing, expecting practical tips on dealing with my middle school age son.
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A Field Guide for Parents and Others. Anthony W. Jackson, Gayle A. Andrews.
book by Anthony W. Jackson. Making the Most of Middle School begins by explaining what adolescents need and what makes them tick. Making the Most of Middle School : A Field Guide for Parents and Others. by Anthony W. Jackson, Holly Holland, Priscilla Pardini.
Find nearly any book by Anthony W. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Jackson, P. Gayle Andrews, Holly Holland, Priscilla Pardini. ISBN 9780807744765 (978-0-8077-4476-5) Softcover, Teachers College Press, 2004. Find signed collectible books: 'Making the Most of Middle School: A Field Guide for Parents and Others'. by P. Published April 2004 by Teachers College Press. There's no description for this book yet.
Gayle Andrews Holly Holland Anthony W. Jackson Priscilla Pardini . The Middle School Survival Guide Arlene Erlbach, Helen Flook (Illustrator/-in) Walker Books for Young Readers, 2003 . Too Old for This, Too Young for That!
Parents ought to love, protect and guide their child. Those parents who choose to adhere to an authoritarian parenting style are strict and demanding.
Parents ought to love, protect and guide their child. They should show affection and sympathy, understand their children's feelings and help them solve their problems. A child's upbringing is not a chaotic and uncontrollable process. There are no clear conduct patterns or strict demands as sometimes parents fear to lose their children's love if they set limits. Some specialists characterize this style as restrictive and punitive.
In Middle School Blues, Lou Kassem tells the story of Cindy Cunningham, a young girl . Besides one’s friends, the only other people that one can assume a middle school student has to rely upon are parents and teachers.
In Middle School Blues, Lou Kassem tells the story of Cindy Cunningham, a young girl experiencing her first year of middle school. However, as Cindy points out with rule no. 3, one should not make assumptions. Cindy’s rule no. 3 states, Beware when parents say they know what’s best for you. It’s usually what’s best for them!