Ending the Homework Hassle

Ending the Homework Hassle

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by John Rosemond
     
 

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Homework can be one of the most frustrating of all problem areas for chidlren and parents. In this helpful guide, Rosemond warns against parental interference and demonstrates ways to help children learn to work on their own and to take responsibility for getting the work done themselves.

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Homework can be one of the most frustrating of all problem areas for chidlren and parents. In this helpful guide, Rosemond warns against parental interference and demonstrates ways to help children learn to work on their own and to take responsibility for getting the work done themselves.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781449410803
Publisher:
Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication date:
04/11/2011
Series:
John Rosemond , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
172
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

John Rosemond is a family psychologist who has directed mental-health programs and been in full-time private practice working with families and children. Since 1990, he has devoted his time to speaking and writing. Rosemond’s weekly syndicated parenting column now appears in some 250 newspapers, and he has written 15 best-selling books on parenting and the family. He is one of the busiest and most popular speakers in the field, giving more than 200 talks a year to parent and professional groups nationwide. He and his wife of 39 years, Willie, have two grown children and six well-behaved grandchildren. 

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Ending The Homework Hassle 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was extremely helpful in working with my 9-year-old. Rather than just tips and tricks for homework hassles with your kid, this book teaches PARENTS how to better guide their children so - methodically in turn - children magically start accepting their responsibilities, which in the end prepares them for responsible adulthood. The more you hound, the more you 'hover,' the more you check on them, the more you worry for them, the less they do themselves, which progressively makes them more dependent on you and less on themselves. This theory took me by surprise, as I wanted to be extremely involved with my child's work in school. But I had no idea I was actually hindering her growth and understanding of responsibility and accountability. The book also offers help for parents and children with consistent homework problems, attitudes and resistance. Excellent and easy-to-read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found this book particularly refreshing. It is well written and for once is a book that discusses how students should assume the responsibility for their homework and school performance. I wholeheartedly agree with the author who writes from common sense. This book is one that I will recommend to parents who are pulling their hair out trying to get their kids to do their homework. It reinforces the teacher's authority and doesn't misplace the blame on the teacher.
Guest More than 1 year ago
if you and your child go through the homework hassle...then this is a must read. the book gave the problem of homework hassle a name, then gave real case senarios, and finaly a solution to the problem. what a life saver this book and author were.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed his advice and examples on how to handle homework situations. I bought this book in anticipation of when my DD starts having homework, and it was a great idea because it gives me a good foundation to start with so I'm not struggling later and wondering why. This book and his Six Points book are the best parenting books I've read so far.