Paperback workbook to accompany Positive Parenting. Written by parenting expert and educator Dr. John D Rich. Editors Christy Williams and Lisa M. Blacker. Published by Lasting Impact Press, an imprint of Connection Victory Publishing Company, Pontiac, Illinois. ISBN 978-1-64381-019-5. 100 pages.
We all want to be good people and good parents to our children. This is why I created my website, DrJohnRich.com, and why I wrote this book bundle (Positive Parenting, Practical Parenting, and How Did You Get Him To Eat That). My name is Dr. John D Rich, Jr. I am an educational psychologist and an associate professor of Psychology at Delaware State University, with expertise in effective parenting and teaching. I also have a lot of life experience to go along with my academic knowledge. My goal is to help you incorporate effective parenting and teaching practices with your children.
I was moved to write because I want to share what I know about my own life as an educator and a parent of two great boys, as well to share all of the high-quality research out there about effective parenting and education, using language and stories that would be accessible to a wide audience.
Most parents desire to raise well-behaved, successful children, and most educators desire to positively impact the students in their care. I am convinced that the effort you invest to understand and apply what we academics know about effective parenting can create exciting benefits for you and your children. It is my hope that this book bundle (Positive Parenting, Practical Parenting, andHow Did You Get Him To Eat That?) will be a resource for parents and educators to learn and discuss best practices that will help us all positively influence the next generation.
About the Author:
Dr. John D Rich is an educational psychologist, and associate professor of Psychology at Delaware State University. Dr. Rich started his website, drjohnrich (dot) com, and his podcast at ipmnation (dot) com/djn to help expose people outside of academia to all of the great information that Psychology has to offer. Dr. Rich hopes to inspire people to be great parents, great educators, and great people. Dr. Rich has an incredible wife, Erin, and two amazing sons, Josiah and Jesse, whose compassion and confidence have made him a better man.