positive and negative reinforcement can effect your childs desire to go to school

Why Do Children Refuse To Go To School?

Research suggests that at least 5-8% of school age children experience school refusal (Kearney & Silverman, 1993; Sewell, 2008).

What Is Considered A Self-Regulated Learner?

Research suggests that they make attainable yet challenging goals and are normally learning oriented rather than achievement oriented.

What Are The Different Types Of Learning Styles?

For years, researchers have been enormously interested in academic achievement and I’m sure you can understand why.

How Can Constructivist Learning Be Effective?

Psychologists have promoted the idea of children being “hands-on” as a key to lasting learning. Experience is the most vital facet of the learning process

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Learning and Parent Child Interactions: What to Avoid

Attachment theory suggests that the early interactions that occur between parents and their children deeply impact the way children think.

What Is Your Child's Learning Style?

For years, researchers have been enormously interested in academic achievement and I’m sure you can understand why.

A token economy is a behavioral change system that uses positive reinforcement to change unwanted behavior

When Praise is Not Enough: Establishing a Token Economy

Are you having trouble with your child? Do you find that they avoid doing homework, seem to forget about their chores, and generally seem unmotivated?

Encouraging Positive Homework Behaviors Using PRIDE skills

A component of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), PRIDE skills can be used to build positive behaviors in both children and parents.

Spending time with your kids is essential to building unconditional positive regard and healthy relationships with them. It increases positive behaviors and build self-esteem

Making “Special Time” For Your Children

Every parent has two gifts that they are often unaware of: their time and their attention.

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Why Has The Graduation Rate In NJ Risen?

The NJ high school graduation rate from this past June has risen to a new high with more than nine in ten students graduating.

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