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Don’t Leave It All To The Teachers: D r D E A N A
This book stems from thirty-two years in teaching. It aims to take parents into the child’s learning environment without the stress which some parents have of schools and teachers and to show them some key aspects of schooling which can have a lasting effect on a child’s education and life chances. I do not intend to lecture to parents on how they ought to bring up their children. Instead, I merely set out to provide them with some of the tools with which to enhance their children’s success at school a kind of tool-kit. It is not meant to be a blueprint for success but an aid to success.
Here are some of the topics covered
- Preparing the child for primary secondary transfer
- Going beyond the parents-evening
- Schoolwork, homework and teacher expectation
- Seeing the home as an extension of the school
- Family values and how they influence a child’s schooling
- How to be a Positive Parental Role-model
The book is written in a style and language and with illustrations that make it easily accessible to parents of all ethnic communities.
‘DON’T LEAVE IT ALL TO THE TEACHER’ is a companion guide for parents, but it
is equally good for teachers in their inseparable journey in the education of children.
Dr Alleyne’s guidance over a range of processes will help parents understand how to support their
children in their learning, but it will also help teachers in their understanding of some of the
problems faced by this group of students. I am an experienced teacher in secondary schools
in London UK. I am also a retired Head Teacher of a Secondary School, as well as a former
Chair of Governors of both a Primary and a large Secondary school. From these various
perspectives I recommend this guide as a ‘must-read’ to parents and teachers.
—John E. Prince (MA Econ. Of Ed. London) Close with the Lord’s Prayer
About the author:
Dr Dean Alleyne was born in Barbados where he was educated at the Alleyne School and Harrison College. After four years teaching, he moved to England where he completed a BA degree at Birkbeck College London before rejoining the teaching service. An MEd from the University of Keele was followed by a Doctorate in Education from The University of London (2010) Institute of Education after retiring having spent thirty-two years in education.$12.99 Select options
Parenting is becoming a great challenge in our communities, and homes in recent times. Many parents are gradually giving up their responsibilities to gadgets (cellphone, television), rather than taking time for home training. Some young parents are confused because they seem not to have any reasonable knowledge of parenting to offer their children. It takes God’s divine wisdom and patience to raise awesome children. This book “Parenting and Educating with Wisdom,” addresses different things and strategies parents can apply to help support their children. This book also encourages the use of prayers, and sharing of quality times as tools to help build up children.
In this book, every parent will find some useful hints that will aid their effective parenting. This book is intended for every reader to find hints that will help to build, heal, or restore his or her home. It also challenges all parents to arise and evaluate themselves in their parenting styles and adjust their negativities to please the Lord. May you be victorious, successful, and fully accomplished in your parental responsibilities!
About the author:
Dr. (Mrs.) Margaret Ngozi Iduma (Ph.D) is an educator with passion. She has a Master degree in Reading, and Educational Specialist in Curriculum and Instruction from Wayne State University. She also earned her Ph.D in Christian Counseling from Christian Leadership University. She aspires in constructing curriculum that will help both parents and educators to train and teach our children better. She is very passionate in prayers, educating, dancing, and parenting. She is very vibrant and welcoming. She draws from her life experiences to encourage both parents and children to be good citizens.
As a wife, mother, grandmother, and an educator, she has raised successful grown up young men, and has a growing desire to raise more respectful, and God fearing children. She has been an educator in different school settings – college, public school, and charter school. She is so passionate in her calling as an educator.$5.00–$10.00 Select options
Have you ever wished for a handbook that could help you train your children to become upstanding, responsible, and successful adults?
Unfortunately, many parents feel compelled to raise their children in the same way they were raised, despite the fact that the world is very different than it was when they were children. As a result they may be destined to repeat mistakes their parents made and they risk failing to give their children valuable tools they may need to succeed.
Dr. Johnny Holloway, the founder and senior pastor of Cup of Salvation Deliverance Church & Ministries in Durham, North Carolina, helps you transform your approach with this faith-based guide to parenting. Learn how to:
• build relationships with children based on love and respect;
• recognize when children are going through difficult times;
• help children confront and overcome the problems they face; and
• set high but reasonable expectations for children.
Even if you grew up in a loving home, you can improve upon the way you were raised and give your children the tools they need to navigate life’s toughest challenges.
Overcome your doubts and fears, and join the author as he looks back at his own upbringing and explores how to Train Up A Child.$2.99–$16.99 Select options