Working with Troubled Children
Recognize trouble and deal with it before it's too late
The lives of young people with behavioral problems tend to be among the least satisfying. Their families are likely to suffer, their teachers are often disappointed and their peers constantly wonder what’s the matter with them. James Kauffman, professor emeritus of education at the University of Virginia, says it doesn’t have to be that way.
Believing in the power of early intervention and prevention of behavior problems, Dr. Kauffman shows us how to recognize trouble and deal with it before it’s too late. In his words, “We see that there were signs of trouble brewing yet no one took them seriously.”
This book takes behavioral problems seriously by addressing their many causes, the dilemma of early identification and proven effective strategies for effective intervention.
Softbound book, 158 pages, 2009.
Working with Troubled Children is available for reading on your iPad. Purchase and download the eBook edition directly to the iBooks* shelf on your iPad, or buy multiple downloads and send an access code to your students or teachers.
The Attainment Bookshelf
eBooks are delivered directly to your iPad from the Attainment Bookshelf – no file attachments or disks, and no need for side-loading your book onto your iPad through iTunes. After making an eBook purchase, you will receive an email message with a simple download link for placing the book on your iPad. When you buy multiple downloads for an eBook title, an email message gives you easy instructions for providing download links to each of your students or teachers. At the Attainment Bookshelf website, an account login allows you to see who has downloaded their book, and shows how many downloads are still available.
* iBooks is a free iPad app. It must be loaded from the Apple App Store before eBooks can be downloaded to your iPad.