Carroll D. Killingsworth

   
Teachers - Parents
How YOU can help
Ways to Participate

Inherent Strengths emerge when a child's
INTEREST is discovered.
Carroll D. Killingsworth

  Teachers -- help students find
each one's special strength

   

 



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University Professors

Classroom Teachers




Model One: Recognizing Special Strengths
Model Two: Rebel Outlaws in Class
Model Three: Masters of Motivation
Model Four:
Power Of Writing


Good Teachers - Success Secrets
Ten Secrets to Success
Slow Learners with Inherent Strengths
TOP TEN ­ Rewards of Teaching

Order the BOOK: Gifts of All Children

 


Ten Secrets for Student Success

Parents display a positive attitude toward education.

Teachers and Parents encourage the development
of child's Special Strengths, Abilities and Talents.

Teachers and Parents guide students in ways to use
Special Strengths, Abilities and Talents in school work.

Parents turn off TV and participate in home work.

Build self-confidence with regular recognition and praise.

Homework done in presence of parents (not sent to room).

Parents set example for proper nutrition and healthful habits.

Parents and Teachers avoid destructive criticism.

Children thrive on constant love, acceptance and approval.

Parents spend lots of time with children recognizing and
emphazing children's Special Strengths, Abilities and Talents.

Teachers, Administrators, Parents and PTA -- Click on models
below for HOW TO use the classroom to achieve Student Success

Model One: Recognizing Inherent Strengths
Model Two: Rebel Outlaws in Class
Model Three: Masters of Motivation
Model Four:
Power Of Writing

 

Ten ways at-risk students self-destruct

Disturb class - Do drugs - Vandalize - Bully - Become teen parents
Drop out - Perpetrate crimes - Time in jail - Murder - Commit suicide.

See above: Ten Secrets to Student Success.


 


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