FROM PROBLEMS IN THE SCHOOL TO PROBLEMS IN THE HOME
einat.sitbon at weizmann.ac.il
Mon Apr 29 04:39:35 EST 2002
Although I'm no professional, I do have one advice -
For a while - let go. School isn't so important that the suffering of
the whole family should be preferred to missing a while. Another thing
that might be relevant is dislecsia - smart kids with problems coping
with a specific angle of leaning - it could be writing or spelling or
math. There are psychologist that specialize in this.
> One of my sons is reluctant to produce any good school work, and has
> turned into a frightful headache for the family's, despite being very
> intelligent and creative, and a good reader too.
> I've tried other alternatives, with psychologists, and
> psychopedagoges, even private teachers, but nothing seems to work.
> Please, has anyone a suggestion to make?
> Aniie .
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