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Ten things that could change their world

Advantages: Very easy to use, interesting, unusual to take child's view
Disadvantages: A little repetetive at points

Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew is a text aimed at parents, teachers and other professionals who work with children on the autistic spectrum, unusually and appealingly it is written from the child's perspective. The author, Ellen Notbo ...

M.Newcastle 15.09.2009 · Read full review
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Ten things every child with autism wishes you knew -fantastic

Advantages: easy to read
Disadvantages: Possibly too short. could have included more background information on the condition

When i read this book i was new to teaching autistic children. This book really opened my eyes to the condition from a new perspective. being written by a mother it has a different perspective than a lot of the weighty medical books i had previously read ...

jojo111 09.03.2010 · Read full review
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Children's development

Advantages: Excellent Information
Disadvantages: No Explanations

As part of my course in Speech and Language Sciences, I have to carry out a child study. I have to observe a normally developing pre-school child and in order to do this successfully I have to know what is considered to be 'normal'. We have learned about ...

bluejules 02.02.2008 · Read full review
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Review of From Birth to Five Years (Children's Developmental Progress) - Mary D Sheridan, Marion Frost

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A very useful,informative and easy to read book

Advantages: has the potential to help make sense of a lot of things
Disadvantages: could seriously start you off on the self-analysis road

...Alice Miller writes in an easily readable and understandable way (which cant always be said of a lot of psychology / counselling material!). She focuses on issues of child development, partental needs, inner-self etc and explains the intricate linking ...

decroisic 12.08.2004 · Read full review
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Review of The Drama of Being a Child (The Search for the True Self) - Alice Miller

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dys-what-sia?

Advantages: Easy to apply, effective tips and ideas
Disadvantages: A little more relevant for key stages 1-3 than key stage 4

How to understand and support children with dyspraxia is another in the How to... series of reference books for teachers and teaching assistants of which I am such a fan. Dyspraxia is not a well-known or understood difficulty. In fact I have been asked ...

M.Newcastle 23.09.2009 · Read full review
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Review of How To Understand And Support Children With Dyspraxia - Lois Addy

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