The book every parent and teacher should read!
Ever wondered why your child is not getting the grades you hoped for them, or why as a teacher your students never seem to understand what you are explaining to them?
Teacher, Parent, Child is a game changer for education. It explains, through stories of real adults and children, why we are wrong to assume that learning capacity is dependent upon intelligence, and why the apparent ability of any student in school is only their history of understanding. When the parent or the teacher applies enough sensitivity to restructure the child’s understanding, then dramatic improvements follow.
This book is based on nearly 40 years of teaching experience and research into all aspects of learning and school systems. It is a must for anyone who is interested in how students learn at any age and how we could teach them better, not just to get better grades but more importantly to prepare them with higher reasoning skills for the world driven by artificial intelligence which awaits them as they mature.
The works of Andersen bring new meaning to those of Piaget, Vygotsky, and Bloom in education, as he brings forth a new paradigm in how children really learn and how we could teach them better.
Prof. David S. Martin. Ph.D., Dean Emeritus, Gallaudet University, Washington D.C.