Positive Learning Skills

Positive Learning Skills

by Will Clark

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BN ID: 2940045859509
Publisher: Will Clark
Publication date: 04/27/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 199,019
File size: 104 KB

About the Author

Will Clark’s author experiences began by writing inspection and evaluation reports in the U.S. Air Force. He is a retired Air Force officer and a Vietnam veteran, serving in Saigon from 1966 to 1967. His other overseas assignments include Misawa, Japan and Ankara, Turkey.In 1995, he authored a book, How to Learn, as a county-wide study skills project to encourage students to improve their grades in DeSoto County, Mississippi. Education supporters printed and distributed four thousand copies. He also wrote a weekly education column for a local newspaper, The Desoto County Tribune, the following school year.His next published book was School Bells and Broken Tales, a parody of nursery rhyme characters, also a motivation and education book for children. His other books include Shades of Retribution, a historical novel, and Simply Success, a motivation guide for students and employees.His action novels include a trilogy based on Atlantis and crystals. The first book is titled: The Atlantis Crystal. The second book is titled: She Waits In Atlantis. The third is: Return to Atlantis. This trilogy is based on his travels while assigned to Turkey, site of the ancient city of Troy.His previous political action novel, 666: Mark of the Beast, is a sequel to another political action novel, America 20XX: The New World Order.Clark and his wife, Marie, live in Diamondhead, Mississippi, where they play golf with many friends.

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elcheapofl More than 1 year ago
I'm a teacher, now that that claim is out of the way; I thought the book gave some good advice, and cites some useful information. It definitely sides with educators, and places the brunt of responsibility on the parent. I see a lot of parents who are "too busy" to keep up with their children's grades, or to meet with teachers, this book, points out how crucial their part is. It also gives good advice on how to study, sleeping, and a child's health concerns. Although I didn't agree with everything, I think everyone can glean something usefull from this read.