4 edition of difficult parent found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 119) and index.
|Statement||Charles M. Jaksec III.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|LC Classifications||LC226 .J35 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 148 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||148|
|ISBN 10||076198898X, 0761988998|
|LC Control Number||2004007965|
Dealing With Difficult Parents (And With Parents in Difficult Situations) by Todd Whitaker (Associate Professor of Educational Leadership, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana) and Douglas J. Fiore (Assistant Dean of the College of Education, State University of West Georgia) is a straightforward guide written especially for teachers, principals, and others 5/5(5). This book applies sound theories of human behavior to the relationship issues between generations. The relationship between the older, difficult parent and the grownchild is fraught with potential for unhappy, even dangerous living conditions. This book clears the air.
Good parenting doesn’t start over night, it involves taking the right steps and learning the right things to ensure you know how to deal with your kids. It could be difficult sometimes, but it is definitely not rocket science. Obooko has got all the necessary free parenting books you need to learn effective parenting. "Todd Whitaker and Doug Fiore wrote a book, (Eye on Education), that I feel is a very useful tool," said principal Les Potter. Terry Neustaedter agrees. Dealing With Difficult Parents is very practical. "We used the book as a community learning tool with our teachers and staff. We were able to share successful experiences.".
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(Harder than you’d think.) The parenting books listed here are some of the best of the : Meaghan O'connell. "Dealing with Difficult Parents is the ultimate how-to guide for navigating the often rough seas of parental communication. Whitaker and Fiore not only provide real-world advice designed to proactively create positive teacher-parent relationships, but also offer powerful and specific strategies for remaining professional and effective even in the face of the most difficult Cited by: 2.
This book had my 90 year old mom absolutely pegged, the help I received from this book was so helpful, my mom is still really confrontational, just not with me, she acts out I don't acknowledge it and she stops, this book is full of help, if you have elderly parents that are difficult this book is a must,Cited by: 2.
This new supplement to the bestselling Dealing with Difficult Parents, 2nd Edition is designed to help you with the specific challenges you face as a school leader when dealing with parents. The main book, Dealing with Difficult Parents, 2nd Edition, shows how your teachers and other educators can communicate with parents more effectively.
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It is easier to deal with a parent if you can build a relationship with them before a difficult situation arises. As a school administrator or teacher, it is essential for a number of reasons to build relationships with the parents of your students. If the parents are on your side, then you typically will be able to do your job more effectively.
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Difficult parents and difficult people are everywhere. I estimate that there are far more than 30 percent of the population who have personality disorders and mental illness.
Those who are actively seeking treatment are counted on the statistics by NIMH (the National Institute of Mental Health), but the numbers seem low in my personal opinion.
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Parents in a recent survey agreed, by a six-to-one margin, that parenting is seen as more difficult today than in the past. Indeed, to hear today's moms and dads tell it, Ruth Graham wrote recently at Slate, parents "never get their houses clean, never have sex, never read books or have adult conversations, never shower, and never, ever have a moment to.
Difficult Parents One of the most unenviable components of a principal’s job is interacting with angry parents.
Learning effect-tive strategies can help defuse tense situations and build trust. BY TODD WHITAKER ne of the most daunting tasks principals face is.This was a pretty basic book about dealing with difficult parents.
It was geared more towards parents of students who are getting in trouble for something. Probably great for intermediate or middle school teachers! An updated version would be great because parents today who rely on electronic communication are very different than parents of /5.
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