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Teaching boys who struggle in school : strategies that turn underachievers into successful learners

Author: Kathleen Palmer Cleveland
Publisher: Alexandria, Va. : ASCD, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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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.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kathleen Palmer Cleveland
ISBN: 1416611509 9781416611509
OCLC Number: 694172138
Description: ix, 233 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Framing the issue of underachievement --
The pictures within the picture : the style dynamic --
The invisible background : cultural influences on masculine identity building --
A long-term, integrated, multifaceted approach --
Pathway no. 1 : support --
Pathway no. 2 : guide --
Pathway no. 3 : reinforce --
Pathway no. 4 : adjust --
Pathway no. 5 : ignite --
Pathway no. 6 : empower.
Responsibility: Kathleen Palmer Cleveland.
Local System Bib Number:
393378

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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.
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