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Difficult Children: There Is No Such Thing

by Henning Köhler

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There are an increasing number of children in our schools who are classed as 'educationally difficult', often due to so-called behavioural disorders.Henning K#65533;hler argues that societal labelling of this kind is both unfair and unhelpful for children and parents. This important book challenges accepted patterns of educational thought, and outlines an alternative, spiritually-deepened concept of education.This book is for both teachers and parents.… (more)
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There are an increasing number of children in our schools who are classed as 'educationally difficult', often due to so-called behavioural disorders.Henning K#65533;hler argues that societal labelling of this kind is both unfair and unhelpful for children and parents. This important book challenges accepted patterns of educational thought, and outlines an alternative, spiritually-deepened concept of education.This book is for both teachers and parents.

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