FROM PROBLEMS IN LEARNING TO PROBLEMS AT HOME

FROM PROBLEMS IN LEARNING TO PROBLEMS AT HOME

Post by Grace » Fri, 26 Apr 2002 00:07:41



One of my sons is reluctant to produce any good school work, and has
turned into a frightful headache for the family's, despite being very
intelligent and creative, and a good reader too.
I've tried other alternatives, with psychologists, and
psychopedagoges, even private teachers, but nothing seems to work.
Please, has anyone a suggestion to make?
 
 
 

FROM PROBLEMS IN LEARNING TO PROBLEMS AT HOME

Post by Mark Simps » Sat, 27 Apr 2002 01:50:06


Grace,
I'm not sure why you posted your question to RMR.  Does your son have
an interest in rockets?  From your brief discription of your dilemma,
we don't have enough information to work with.  For instance, how old
is he? What does peak his interests?
RMR isn't the ideal place to communicate, but I'd be happy to try to
help you if you e-mail me directly with some more details about your
son. I'm not a shrink, but I do have 3 very intelligent ***agers that
my wife and I have managed to keep focused on what's important for
their future.

Mark Simpson
NAR 71503 Level II


Quote:

> One of my sons is reluctant to produce any good school work, and has
> turned into a frightful headache for the family's, despite being very
> intelligent and creative, and a good reader too.
> I've tried other alternatives, with psychologists, and
> psychopedagoges, even private teachers, but nothing seems to work.
> Please, has anyone a suggestion to make?