By Benvenuto Cellini, Dino Battaglia, William B. Jones Jr.
Initially released in 1961 as vintage Illustrated #38. this can be the sixth. printing through Jack Lake Productions Inc. approved by way of First Classics included.
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G. e. 1 because of the ability of families to be far more flexible in meeting the learning needs of children. Meighan (2000) cites a range of issues which illustrate the strengths of home-based education and common weaknesses of school-based education. Below, we reflect on these and their implications for children with AD/HD. Our intention is not to suggest that children with AD/HD should be educated at home, but rather to use the debate about this topic to highlight ways in which the educational needs of children with AD/ HD are shared by the vast majority of children in school.
School curricula which are tightly prescribed, time-limited, test-oriented and objectives-led make this kind of approach to learning difficult in schools. Children with the cognitive characteristics associated with AD/HD find it difficult to adjust to such a prescriptive regime, though they will benefit from opportunities to pursue their own interests. • Different forms of discipline are necessary for different situations. ‘Discipline’ is used here in its widest sense, to refer to the regulation of behaviour and thinking.
But it’s Friday, last lesson. It’s been a long hot, sunny week. The classroom is stifling. Teacher and students would all rather be somewhere else. After 60 agonising minutes the bell finally rings. As always the homework is on the whiteboard. Mrs Fowler, a genial and popular teacher, says, ‘If you haven’t copied it down already, as soon as you have copied down the homework, you may go/ Both Tony and Liam are restless and desperate to leave. However, before the echo of the teacher’s last word has faded Liam is on his way home, without having copied the homework down.