Book: Dead Children Can't Read - Classrooms of Compassion by Darleen Claire Wodzenskicategories: Book, Special Needs, IEP, Section 504 Plan, Learning Disability, Special Education, School Shoootings, School Violence, Self-Harming, Suicidality, Literacy, Reading, Child Development
Darleen Claire Wodzenskiabout this book: Schools are in a crisis and children are in distress. The educational machine is equipped to serve the masses. So what happens to children who can't keep up with mainstream education? Learn ways to overcome school shootings and violence. Investigate the harm caused by pushing academics on children who are mentally, developmentally, or emotionally fragile. Learn when pushing too hard on schoolwork can lead to child self-harming or suicidality. Explore an educational paradigm that puts the child's emotional, mental, and developmental health and well-being FIRST. The book introduces the concept of "Classrooms of Compassion" in which children's individual needs and developmental health come first. We know that healthy and effective children are better readers, learners, and thinkers. So let's keep children happy, health, and whole as our primary objective so that they are able to become excellent readers, academicians, and citizens. Written by Dr. Darleen Claire Wodzenski, a Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Special Education Consultant, and Non-Clinical Pyschoneuroeducational Psychologist. Sponsored by Orchard Human Services, Inc. and Peushoneuroeducational Institute, LLC.
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