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Book Package 1
($102.00 Value for $89.00) Receive the next 5 books listed below as one set. (Bright Kids Who Can't Learn, Principles of Fearless Leadership, There Are Those, Creativity Day By Day, and Perfectionism vs. The Pursuit of Excellence) These books will be available for pickup at the conference.
Bright Kids Who Can’t Learn
Bright Kids Who Can’t Learn provides information that aids educators and parents in providing the most effective learning environment for students who learn differently. Learn the core symptoms of attention deficit, how to determine if a child is in the right school, how to help a child get organized, and much more.
Principles of Fearless Leadership
Principles of Fearless Leadership, by Dr. Joseph Gulino, is a resource book designed to help individuals understand and adopt powerful principles of leadership to positively impact their lives, organizations, families and homes.
There Are Those
There Are Those. If there are children or unique people in your life, this book, There Are Those, will put their special qualities into poetic words for you. The joy, excitement, challenge, and frustration that unique children bring to themselves and to those around them are brought alive in this highly acclaimed and beautifully illustrated poem that is shared at conferences all over the world.
Creativity Day By Day
Creativity Day By Day, by Nathan Levy. Unique and creative tasks that are designed to engage the minds of children and adults alike. This book contains 180 stimulating activities that can be used in all settings.
Perfectionism vs. the Pursuit of Excellence
Perfectionism vs. the Pursuit of Excellence, by Dr. Miriam Adderholdt, Dr. Donna Johnson and Nathan Levy. Perfectionist or not, this book helps you to find out if you are and offers useful strategies for making the most of the trait in your personal or professional life.
Book Package 2
($125.00 Value for $109.00) Receive the next 5 books listed below as one set. (Brains Whys, Gifted Children & How Trauma Impacts Them, Teachers' Guide to Resiliency Through the Arts, Teachers' Guide to Trauma, and What To Do When Your Kid is Smarter Than You) These books will be available for pickup at the conference.
Brain Whys - Dr. Cheryl Moretz, Paul Sears and Nathan Levy .Brain Whys provide readers with essential background about the structure and function of the brain. More importantly, both school educators and parents (who are of course, also educators) can pick up " brain knowledge" that will help them guide their children both academically and socially. Learn ways to tailor the futures of children and yourselves of how brain connections on the inside effect actions at work, play and socially.
Gifted Children & How Trauma Impacts Them
Gifted Children & How Trauma Impacts Them - 20 Things Gifted Children Wish Their Teachers and Parents Understood - Adam Laningham, Dr. Melissa Sadin and Nathan Levy.Many gifted children suffer their own kind of trauma as they cope with trying to fit into society and expectations placed on them. Having society, parents, teachers, a school system not understand them and how they think and learn, can have a profound impact on a child. Combining decades of experience working with gifted children and research with children coping with trauma, we developed several strategies adults should know about these unique children.
Teachers' Guide to Resiliency Through The Arts
Teachers' Guide to Resiliency Through The Arts - Cally Flox , Dr. Melissa Sadin, and Nathan Levy.This book invites teachers to ask how the arts can support the goals of their classroom and school. Ideas from six art forms are shared to improve student learning in every classroom. Strategies are provided to relax and engage the mind, body and emotions, reduce the effects of toxic stress and trauma and promote resilient living and learning through the arts.
Teachers’ Guide to Trauma
Teachers’ Guide to Trauma - 20 Things Kids With Trauma Wish Their Teachers Knew - Dr. Melissa Sadin, Nathan Levy , Dallin Orr (Illustrator).The Teachers Guide to Trauma provides an introduction to the neurobiological and psychological impact of early childhood trauma. This guide is designed to provide an overview of how trauma impacts learning and behavior in school. True stories and practical strategies help teachers and parents understand how best to meet the learning and behavior needs of children with trauma.
What To Do When Your Kid Is Smarter Than You
What To Do When Your Kid Is Smarter Than You – Linda Levitt.A Practical Guide for Parents, Grandparents, Teachers and Friends on Taming and Surviving the Gifted, Talented, Terrifying or just Terrific Kid. Written with humor, personal candor, and professional expertise, this information packed guide is a pleasure to read.