Janet Brof: educational therapist

EVERYONE can learn to write well — to organize ideas and express them clearly. From the start, I
tell my students this. PRAISE, genuine and specific, waters the writing buds; there is no such thing as
too much.

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  • KIDS WHOSE VOICES HAVEN'T BEEN HEARD
  • KIDS WHO LACK INTELLECTUAL SELF-CONFIDENCE
  • KIDS OF DIVORCE
  • KIDS WHO NEED PHONICS
  • KIDS WHO READ WITHOUT UNDERSTANDING
  • KIDS WHO DON'T REMEMBER
  • KIDS WHO MOVE AWKWARDLY
  • KIDS WHO CAN'T READ FACES OR BODY LANGUAGE
  • KIDS WITH FEW FRIENDS
  • KIDS WITH POOR HANDWRITING
  • KIDS WHO NEED BASIC ARITHMETIC
  • KIDS WHOSE CREATIVITY NEEDS ENCOURAGING
  • THOSE—ANY AGE—WITH DYSLEXIA
  • THOSE WITH A FEAR OF WRITING
  • THOSE WHO NEED VOCABULARY AND SPELLING
  • THOSE WHO NEED TO MASTER GRAMMAR
  • THOSE WHOSE FIRST LANGUAGE IS NOT ENGLISH
  • THOSE WHO NEED TO LEARN TO READ
  • BETWEEN THE LINES