FROM PROBLEMS IN THE SCHOOL TO PROBLEMS IN THE HOME

Gerd Nilsen gerdn at ibg.uit.no
Tue Apr 30 03:37:05 EST 2002


What are the specific problems?
Did he just suddenly stop doing homework, work at school, or both?
What does the teachers tell?
What happend around him at the time he stopped functioning at school?
Did some of his friends move, or did the teachers change?
What does he himself say about the situation?
Is it possible it's only a period of "not seeing the point of an/this
education"?
Why is he "a frightful headache for the family's"? - are there other
reasons than just not  beeing good at school?

As you can see it's very difficult to give any advise when the
situation is not very clear for us. Maybe you will get more response
if the situation is explained  clearer for us.

Gerd 


On 16 Apr 2002 09:31:26 +0100, crystalannie at hotmail.com (anniecristal)
wrote:

>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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