Super Duper Publications BK356 Working with School-Age Children Who Stutter Basic Principle Problem Solving

Super Duper Publications BK356 Working with School-Age Children Who Stutter Basic Principle Problem Solving

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Super Duper Publications BK356 Working with School-Age Children Who Stutter Basic Principle Problem Solving
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Help the ones in need with 'Working with School-Age Children Who Stutter'

Competently diagnose and treat school-age children who suffer from fluency disorders with this useful manual. Working with School-Age Children Who Stutter is researched and presented by Board Certified Specialists in Fluency, Kristin Chmela and June Campbell. With this book, the authors introduce 11 core basic principles of problem solving and observe them in the context of school-age children who stutter. You can teach yourself how to define and deal with such problems by refining your critical thinking skills.

  • Grade: 2 and Up
  • Consider how you define and solve challenges
  • Explore factors that may impact your ability to problem-solve
  • Refine your critical thinking skills
  • 11 core basic principles for problem solving
  • Eight in-depth case studies to illuminate the problem-solving process 148 pages
  • 9 core basic principles for problem solving