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SOS free pdf With a rise in recent years in the number of students seeking mental health services, an increase in cheating behavior in school, and constant concern from parents, teachers, and especially students about academic achievement, the time is now for a book series to address academic stress.The "SOS: Stressed Out Students" books address a growing and often-overlooked crisis: adolescents struggle with stress, compromising their mental and physical health, personal values, and commitment to learning as they try to cope with growing pressure to achieve. In a survey released last year, 460 parents in California's Santa Clara and San Mateo counties cited school-related stress among their top concerns for their children. Based upon real-life stories and tips from teachers, students and parents, each book in the "SOS series" addresses a topic of utmost concern to American teenagers."SOS: Stressed Out Students' Guide to Dealing with Tests" offers a life-line to students, parents, teachers, and counselors facing an ever-expanding roster of exams. From quizzes and exams in individual classes to state-mandated achievement tests to college entrace exams, the "SOS" guide will help students to cope.

About Lisa Medoff

Series editor Lisa Medoff holds a B.A in psychology from Rice University, an M.S.Ed.in school counseling from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Ph.D. in child and adolescent development from Stanford University. For the past ten years, Lisa has been working with middle and high school students who have learning disabilities and emotional disorders. In this job, Lisa consults with both families and schools to help them provide the optimal school and home environments for their children with special needs. She has taught child

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Author : Lisa Medoff
Publisher : Kaplan Publishing
Data Published : 01 February 2010
ISBN : 1607142635
EAN : 9781607142638
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 144 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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