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Homework Without Tears Paperback – November 6, 1993
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About the Author
Leo and Marlene Canter are nationally renowned for their work in the fields of education and parenting. Through their educational consulting firm, Canter and Associates, Inc., and through their Assertive Discipline program, they have shown thousands of educators and parents how to raise happy, responsible children. Their books have sold over 750,00 copies. The author live in Los Angeles with their two children.
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Cofounder of Canter and Associates, Lee has written more than 40 books and training programs for educators. In addition, he is known for developing one of the most successful distance learning master's programs for educators. Lee and his associates have trained more than one million teachers worldwide in his Assertive Discipline® programs.
Lee earned a bachelor's degree in history from California State University, Northridge and a master's degree in social work from the University of Southern California.
Lee is the author of Assertive Discipline, Succeeding With Difficult Students Workbook, and Teachers Plan Book Plus #1-7. You can further explore his work at solution-tree.com
Top Customer Reviews
There is a trend with the schools now where they want the parent to check off that this or that has been done, and many schools are requiring "official" student planners. I feel that planners and other aids are fine and actually useful for some students, but for other students and their parents, they can be an unnecessary annoyance, and as a parent, unless there is a problem with the *real* schoolwork being done, tell the teacher that as a good parent, you are not going to be micromanaging.
I think this book, with its concrete "how-to" approach is a great fit with the John Rosemond book, "Ending the Homework Hassle--which has excellent arguments for why parents should NOT micromanage that you can enlighten your child's teacher with.
I looked at the copyright page here on Amazon, and it does not appear to have been revised any since the original pubication date of 1987, so buying used is just fine too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Basic, old, tried and true methods. I'm a retired teacher, just now experiencing homework from the other side with my grands. Read morePublished 4 months ago by mom2cats
I bought this book so that we would stop having tears at homework time. We have followed the steps and advice and it has worked out great for our family.Published 23 months ago by Rina
Expect results to vary by user! Poor results on our execution.
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Thank you for the quick delivery. Well written and I would recommend this book to all parents who are struggling at the kitchen table for way longer then they should.Published on April 7, 2013 by Karen McDillon
Very easy read, but extremely helpful. Would be helpful for parents and teachers. Love the step by step format! Will be using the format starting this school year!Published on July 14, 2012 by Jules
I ordered four books on the subject. This one was not too long and the suggestions seem very logical. I hope to try them out very soon as school starts next week. Read morePublished on August 29, 2009 by Nanci