“Exceptionally well written and thoroughly ‘parent friendly’ in organization and presentation, “Your Child Learns Differently, Now What?: The Truth for Parents” is an invaluably informative DIY guide for parents having to deal with children who are not succeeding as they should in elementary school, middle school, or high school curriculums. While unreservedly recommended for community library Parenting collections, it should be noted for personal reading lists that “Your Child Learns Differently, Now What?: The Truth for Parents” is also readily available in a digital book format.” –Midwest Book Reviews
“I have seen happy children reach their full potential no matter what their learning difficulties. I offer my congratulations to Stark and Hill for tackling such a difficult issue in this book and for what they have done for children everywhere. ” –Dr. Patricia Wolfe, author of Brain Matters
“Roger Stark and Betsy Hill’s new book Your Child Learns Differently, Now What? gets at the real juggernaut in American education around success for all in our K-12 education system. The authors clearly identify and provide interventions for the critical mental processes called cognitive skills, the basis of how our brain learns, a topic too little discussed in teacher preparation programs.
“If your child is struggling in school, especially at the elementary grades, you want to devour the knowledge and skills Stark and Hill have presented.” –Dr. Kenneth Eastwood, former Superintendent for the Middletown City School District, New York.
“A light for caregivers that are willing to help their loved ones shine in school and life. Read and succeed!” –John Axtell, (Homeschooler, Special Education Mentor and Advocate, School Board Member).
The education system isn’t solving this problem—the cavalry isn’t coming. And your child isn’t going to outgrow these difficulties. In fact, what you don’t know could be keeping your child from succeeding at school.
It doesn’t have to be that way. In spite of what we were led to believe, intelligence isn’t fixed and can improve. At the core of learning are mental processes called cognitive skills, which are how our brains learn. It’s the “how” of learning, not the “what” of teaching that matters. By understanding the science of learning, you can help your child turn on their learning superpowers.
The place to start is in the pages of this book, where you will discover:
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