Posts Tagged ‘parenting books’
How to Help Your Teenager Achieve at Exam TimeMay 15 2015
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Parents are uniquely placed to understand their own teenagers. It is parents who have nurtured them from birth and even the best teachers have only known your teenager for a short time. Teachers have the ‘good of the group’ in mind and examination outcomes to work for and whilst a good teacher is a great help when it comes to achieving in a particular subject, it is parents who affect teenage learning behaviours in the most profound way. Teenagers are not yet adults (in some ways they are still very much children) and as such they need their parents to help guide them.
Tiger Parenting? Extra curricular activities: How do you know when they are getting too much?Oct 12 2014
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Mozart in the womb, Baby Einstein DVD’s for newborns and i-pad learning apps for toddlers.
From the moment the umbilical cord is cut, today’s parents feel trapped in a never-ending race to ensure their child is the brightest and the best.
Now a provocative new book, Taming the Tiger Parent gives parents the confidence to step away from the frenzy and shows them how to protect their children’s well-being in today’s hothouse atmosphere.
In an exclusive extract of my book on tiger parenting, here are tips to help parents decide which extracurricular activities should stay and which should go: