The Elementary and Middle School Student-Friendly Handbook to Navigating Success: You Need to Take Charge of Your Education! (Paperback)
Have you ever wished school came with instructions? You're finally in luck "The Elementary and Middle School Student-Friendly Handbook to Navigating Success" is packed with 110 easy-to-do techniques you can immediately put into practice; and, so you know it's not just busywork, each tip is followed by a simple explanation of "why" it's helpful.
Offering a wide range of strategies, from waking up fifteen minutes earlier to always showing all your work when solving math problems, this book explains how your actions at home and at school can either improve or hurt your chances of success.
The good news is that whether school is easy or hard for you, you can achieve a good education and pursue your dreams. By following the steps outlined in this handbook, you're setting yourself up to succeed-not just in school, but in life, too
Invite a friend to practice these strategies with you and watch how quickly you can start accomplishing your goals.
About the Author
Todd J. Feltman is passionate about engaging and supporting students in reading and writing and, to that end, has served in New York City public and independent schools for the last seventeen years as a classroom teacher, new-teacher mentor, literacy coach, journalism/writing teacher, and a citywide elementary and middle school literacy achievement coach. Feltman explains that students must know how to take charge of their education to be successful in school and in life. Feltman holds a doctorate in urban education from the Graduate Center at the City University of New York, as well as three master's degrees in childhood education, literacy education, and school supervision/administration. His dissertation examined the gender achievement gap in reading and writing of fourth and fifth grade boys versus girls and also offered practical solutions.
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