Laminated Quick Reference Guide


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When homework battles occur every evening, family relationships can be strained severely and the youngster in question learns primarily one thing: How to hate school work more and more.

There’s brother sitting at the kitchen table after dinner, staring out the window with a sour look on his face. The boys favorite sister, who completed her homework years ago, sits in the other room smugly watching TV. Mom and Dad check into the kitchen every 5-10 minutes to badger the future Nobel Prize winner. Overall, a rotten end to the day.

In the 1-2-3 Magic Homework Quick Reference Guide you will learn:

  • How to use natural consequences when appropriate
  • How to set up an effective daily homework routine
  • What to avoid: Spur-of-the-Moment Requests
  • How to do the "rough checkout"
  • The positive negative positive technique
  • An excellent 5-point charting system for homework

Homework may not always be pleasant, but it should not be a daily grind. The Homework Quick Reference Guide will help you get your children into the “Self-Starter” mode and may also revolutionize your relationship.

Every Quick Reference Guide includes a link to exclusive video content!

Product Details

  • Non Book Item
  • Size: 8.5" x 11"

About the Author

A registered clinical psychologist, Thomas W. Phelan, Ph.D. has worked with children, adults and families for over 35 years. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Illinois Psychological Association.

In addition to writing and producing, Dr. Phelan maintains an active schedule of international lectures, and is a frequent guest on radio and television. His articles appear in numerous regional and national publications. Dr. Phelan received his Doctorate from Loyola University Chicago in 1970 after completing his internship at the Loyola Child Guidance Center. He worked at the DuPage County Mental Health Center until 1972 and then entered private practice.

He has also served on the boards of directors for both ADDA and CHADD, two national organizations for the parents of children with ADD/ADHD. He was inducted into the CHADD Hall of Fame in 1997.

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