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ISBN:0944634990
Author: Foster Cline,M.D. Foster W. Cline,Jim Fay
ISBN13: 978-0944634998
Title: Winning the Homework Battle: Helping Children Discover and Celebrate their Strengths
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Language: English
Category: Parenting
Publisher: Penton Overseas Inc (February 18, 1998)

Winning the Homework Battle: Helping Children Discover and Celebrate their Strengths by Foster Cline,M.D. Foster W. Cline,Jim Fay



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Winning the Homework Battle: Helping Children Discover and Celebrate their Strengths. Charles Fay and Foster Cline (founders of Love and Logic) are from Evergreen Colorado - not Colorado Springs and have nothing to do with the whole "family first" thing. There is no affiliation whatsoever. Winning the Homework Battle. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 15 years ago. This tape was my first introduction to the Love & Logic program and now I'm hooked on the idea!

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Helping Children Discover and Celebrate Their Strengths Jim Fay and Foster W. Cline, . Starting the first day of school, homework is a fact of life. Even the youngest students will need to complete their homework assignments. Often both the child and the parent become resentful. Now you can turn the homework battle into a positive interaction. Parental excitement, interest, and enthusiasm about the things a child does right are the key to getting a child to be more cooperative about doing homework. When parents use Jim Fay and Foster W. Cline’s Love and Logic approach to homework, children.

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Winning the Homework Battle: Helping Children Discover and Celebrate Their Strengths by Jim Fay and Foster W. Cline, MD. Four Steps to Responsibility: Techniques to Lead Children to Responsible Decision Making by Jim Fay. Meeting the Challenge: Using Love and Logic to Help Children Develop Attention and Behavior Skills by Jim Fay, Foster W. Cline, and Bob Sornson. The Pearls of Love and Logic for Parents and Teachers by Jim Fay and Foster KW. Love and Logic: Anger Article.

01 Winning the Homework Battle - Helping Children Discover and Celebrate Their Strengths. m4b (2. MB). 01 Love & Logic Love Me Enough to Set Some Limits. Torrent downloaded from Demonoid. txt (. KB). Description. This program is known as Parenting with Love and Logic, a philosophy founded by Jim Fay and Foster W. and based on the experience of a combined total of over 75 years working with and raising kids.

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Parental excitement, interest, and enthusiasm about the things a child does right are the keys to getting a child to be more cooperative about doing homework.
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Not sure what the other reader was talking about. I am an agnostic so I am pretty aware of that kind of thing. I was also a teacher. Not only does Love and Logic work in the classroom but it does amazing things with my kids. I have 2 toddlers and I think the Love and Logic books and videos are an indespensible resource. It seems to me that the previous reviewer was just looking for a forum to rant about something totally unrelated to these books. He also wasn't reviewing this book - I guess some people will actually mislead people to try and get their voice heard. If click on "see my other reviews" under his name you will see that he has reviewed every book in the Love and Logic series with this rhetoric that is based on complete ignorance. Charles Fay and Foster Cline (founders of Love and Logic) are from Evergreen Colorado - not Colorado Springs and have nothing to do with the whole "family first" thing. There is no affiliation whatsoever. Again, not sure what the other reviewer was talking about - but it is a shame that he may turn people away from a resource that is the most effective tool I have come across to raise children who are responsible, able to make choices effectively, have great self-esteem, and to avoid all the arguments and power struggles that come with parenting.
Keramar
As a Love and Logic instructor, a parent and school counselor, I am familiar with many of the L&L tapes and concepts. Because of this, it is unusual to have an "ah-hah" moment such as the one I had listening to "Homework Battles." As parents and educators, our dream is to find a way for our kids to do homework for their own benefit, and hopefully take ownership for grades, missing or late assignments, and to enjoy the benefits and fun of school. In an enjoyable and nonjudgemental format, the authors point out how parents can do the exact wrong things for the right reasons, making homework and grades into an adolescent power struggle or a drudgery by forcing our value systems and expectations down our child's throat at the exact time they are rejecting our values out of hand. The authors also point out how we, as parents, do not receive report cards in regards to our parenting skills, so we take ownership of our child's performance at school as a close surrogate. Bad idea, and fundementally counter-productive.
This tape helps parents focus on a child's strengths, thereby building self-esteem and a good self-concept, through placing ownership of the grades squarely on their shoulders. All the pizzaz is placed on the positives while only gently touching upon the student's weaknesses. The authors compare this with having your spouse review your output during your day when all you want is to come home to a safe, supportive house. Even with the spouses best intentions, how long would you stay married to someone who only concentrated upon your weaknesses?
Get the tape...it has changed how I work with parents, students, and my own children! It works, and it makes the whole process much more fun for the parent.
Kale
This tape was my first introduction to the Love & Logic program and now I'm hooked on the idea! The ideas presented in the tape are just what I needed to give me the freedom from my teenager's homework and turning the responsibility back to him! It all makes so much sense! Most parent's probably need to learn from these tapes that our responsibility to our children is to let them learn to take responsibility for their actions!! Excellent tape and they're fun to listen to!