Author : Jim Fay
Genre : Education
Publisher : Love & Logic Press
ISBN : 094463429X
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File Download : 399 page

Presents techniques for teaching based on the "Love and Logic" philosophy of working with children.

Author : Foster Cline
Genre : Religion
Publisher : NavPress
ISBN : 9781631469077
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File Download : 272 page

Over 900,000 copies sold! Who uses love and logic in their parenting? Parents, counselors, and teachers around the globe—even Bill and Melinda Gates have found the philosophy of Parenting with Love and Logic an important guide when raising their three children. Learn how to reel in your own emotions while teaching your children responsibility, establishing boundaries, and growing their character. Establish healthy control through easy-to-implement steps without anger, threats, nagging, or power struggles. Trusted by generations of parents, counselors, and teachers to lovingly raise responsible children, Parenting with Love and Logic includes solutions for dozens of specific topics like tantrums, managing screen time, and getting ready for school, all indexed for easy reference. Updated to help parents make important family decisions about the use of technology, including mobile phones and social media.

Author : Foster Cline
Genre : Family & Relationships
Publisher : Navpress Publishing Group
ISBN : 0891093117
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File Download : 229 page

Argues that children must learn to make their own decisions and accept the consequences, and shows parents ways to encourage responsibility while maintaining discipline

Author : Jim Fay
Genre : Education
Publisher : Love & Logic Press
ISBN : 1930429177
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This fun little book was written for all of the Love and Logic educators who are looking for easy-to-use, hard-hitting hints to help them through the school day. Join Jim Fay and Dr. Charles Fay as they share their knowledge and humor of everyday life in the classroom.

Author : Denise Eide
Genre : Education
Publisher : Logic of English, Inc
ISBN : 9781936706075
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File Download : 200 page

"English is so illogical!" It is generally believed that English is a language of exceptions. For many, learning to spell and read is frustrating. For some, it is impossible... especially for the 29% of Americans who are functionally illiterate. But what if the problem is not the language itself, but the rules we were taught? What if we could see the complexity of English as a powerful tool rather than a hindrance? --Denise Eide Uncovering the Logic of English challenges the notion that English is illogical by systematically explaining English spelling and answering questions like "Why is there a silent final E in have, large, and house?" and "Why is discussion spelled with -sion rather than -tion?" With easy-to-read examples and anecdotes, this book describes: - the phonograms and spelling rules which explain 98% of English words - how English words are formed and how this knowledge can revolutionize vocabulary development - how understanding the reasons behind English spelling prevents students from needing to guess The author's inspiring commentary makes a compelling case that understanding the logic of English could transform literacy education and help solve America's literacy crisis. Thorough and filled with the latest linguistic and reading research, Uncovering the Logic of English demonstrates why this systematic approach should be as foundational to our education as 1+1=2.

Author : Charles Fay
Genre : Family & Relationships
Publisher : Love & Logic Press
ISBN : 1935326082
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File Download : 146 page

Your underachiever can grow-up to have a great life! How can I be so sure? Over the past three decades, thousands of parents and educators world-wide have discovered the power of Love and Logic. In this book, From Bad Grades to a Great Life, you'll learn why character and personal responsibility form the foundation of lasting academic and occupational achievement. In the process you'll also learn practical skills for:. Avoiding un-winnable power-struggles over homework and grades. Helping children discover and capitalize upon their natural strengths. Teaching politeness, respect and personal responsibility. Showing children that the key to happiness involves determinationand hard work.rather than luck or handouts. Creating a happier family

Author : Foster Cline
Genre : Family & Relationships
Publisher : Nav Press
ISBN : 0891096957
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File Download : 269 page

Argues that parents should allow their teenagers opportunities to be responsible and to suffer the consequences of their mistakes, and discusses self-esteem and decision making

Author : David Funk
Genre : Education
Publisher : Love & Logic Press
ISBN : 1930429355
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File Download : 258 page

In some way, we all touch the lives of special needs kids. Dave Funk helps us understand these unique individuals and the important part we play in their lives. Each page of this book provides: Tools and insights for those teaching special need kids. Learning at its best through stories and examples. Powerful techniques that help all children. Research-based, legally sound information The lessons in this book are not just for educators, but also for parents, siblings, law enforcement, clergy, and anyone else whose life is touched by special needs kids. These unique individuals touch the lives of all of us and everyone who reads this book will laugh, cry, celebrate, and learn. Dave gives you a brilliant blend of experience born from thousands of interactions with kids, parents, and educators, and solid, psychologically relevant research. Through hundreds of stories and examples gathered over three decades as an educator, he gives a clear picture of special needs kids for who they are, not for who we are afraid they might be.

Author : Jim Fay
Genre : Education
Publisher : Love & Logic Press
ISBN : 1935326090
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File Download : 123 page

Jim Fay pours into this book wisdom gained through more than 55 years' experience as a teacher, principal, consultant, and parent. His experience includes both inner-city and suburban schools.Not only does he provide a step by step handbook for creating a Love and Logic school culture, he offers real world, practical examples and dialogs that demonstrate how a principal deals with the challenges of creating meaningful change. Innovation does not happen while a school staff is mired in dealing with a multitude of brush fires and distractions resulting from ineffective discipline policies and poor staff and student moral. A Love and Logic school culture creates and environment in which true and meaningful educational innovation can flourish and succeed. This is a book to keep on the corner of your desk. It will always be a quick reference about what to do and how to say it.

Author : Robert Sornson
Genre : Education
Publisher : Love & Logic Press
ISBN : 1930429878
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File Download : 180 page

If you're an educator or a parent, this book is a must-read. Develop school cultures where students feel safe, connected, and ready to learn. The easy-to-read storytelling style of Dr. Sornson's latest book, Creating Classrooms Where Teachers Love to Teach and Students Love to Learn, captures the essence of using Love and Logic to build successful school cultures. Learn to set limits in the classroom without anger. Create a culture of learning among faculty and parents. Build strong connections between home and school. Enjoy stories that illustrate the practical application of Love and Logic.