There are several ways to change or maintain children’s level of alertness and attentiveness. Even if your study habits are different from a child’s, it is possible that they will be able to concentrate and learn by using alternate options. This white paper reviews verbal, visual and auditory abilities, and discusses conditions with ADHD look-alike symptoms.
Dr. Bluestein specializes in solutions-oriented programs and resources designed to provide practical and meaningful information, training, and hope in areas related to relationship building, effective instruction and guidance, and personal growth and development, particularly with regard to relationships between adults and children (especially children at risk)
Conducts regular seminars and workshops on behavior management, classroom management, motivation, success orientation, emotionally safe schools, gratitude, and perfectionism
Award-winning author of several publications including The Win-Win Classroom; Creating Emotionally Safe Schools; Managing 21st Century Classrooms; Mentors, Masters, and Mrs. MacGregor: Stories of Teachers Making a Difference; Parents, Teens and Boundaries; and The Perfection Deception: Why Trying to be Perfect is Sabotaging Your Relationships, Making You Sick, and Holding Your Happiness Hostage
B.A., MAT, and Ph.D. degrees from University of Pittsburgh
Can be contacted at 505-250-3965, [email protected], on Twitter® @janebluestein or on his website: https://janebluestein.com