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Teaching Boys Who Struggle in School: Strategies That Turn Underachievers Into Successful Learners

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Finalist for a 2012 Distinguished Achievement Award from the Association of Educational Publishers! Learn how you can move underachieving boys from a position of weakness to one of strength using the Pathways to Re-Engagement model, which incorporates research findings and insights from the author's own experience.
Paperback, 233 pages
Published June 16th 2011 by Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development (first published April 30th 2010)
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Tracey
This was a very good book. Full of ideas and insight. I will be able to use some of these ideas tomorrow, if I want.

I was really intrigued by the comparing of the learning styles (Myers/Briggs) to the general population and at-risk population. Evidently, the at-risk population tends to be more SF - Interpersonal and those who succeed in school tend to be NT (Thinker/knowers) and ST (Practical-doers). So, our schools appear to be reaching a certain type of learner, not all learners.

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EBugs
Dec 28, 2011 EBugs rated it liked it
This book has good ideas for all kinds of learners, not just boys. The information is useful for everyday applications, but a bit oversimplified at times.
Susan Okeefe
Jun 05, 2011 Susan Okeefe rated it really liked it
An easy to read book that offers practical classroom strategies to help underachieving boys be more successful in school.Nothing really new however but reminds us teachers how important it is to teach in a variety of ways to meet the needs of all learning styles
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