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Eric M. Anderman

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Chair , Department of Educational...

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The Ohio State University
1971 Neil Ave. 210 Baker Systems
Columbus , Ohio 43210
United States

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  • Ph.D.
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Eric Anderman, professor of ..., 31 Jan 2016 [cached]
Eric Anderman, professor of educational psychology at Ohio State University, said research indicates that K-8 is the optimal school configuration for student success. "All things being equal, it's better to have the transition later, if at all possible," he said. Middle school is where kids "fall off the tracks," leading to dropouts later.
Middle-schoolers are building their identities, he said, but at the same time, they're beginning to be grouped in classes by ability.
Wherever sixth-graders end up, Anderman said, the most important thing is that the teachers like and understand 11- and 12-year-olds.
"You have to be willing to work with kids who are going to be noisy," he said. "They're going to be getting out of their seats.
Written by Eric Anderman, ..., 27 Aug 2015 [cached]
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"Having a predictable routine is ..., 1 Aug 2015 [cached]
"Having a predictable routine is essential for every family," says Eric M. Anderman, PhD, a professor of educational psychology at Ohio State University.
"Establish the family routine one piece at a time," says Anderman.
"The effect of sleep deprivation on kids is really quite serious," Anderman says.
"If you start rewarding your kids for fulfilling basic household obligations, all they'll think about is the reward," says Anderman. He recommends that you make a child's allowance or privileges depend on whether or not they do a few tasks. If they don't do them, they don't get paid their allowance or don't get their privileges. That way it's not about instant gratification but about building a sense of responsibility and natural family obligation.
Keep calm. "If you're screaming and harassing your kids all the time to do things, your approach isn't working," Anderman says.
by Eric Anderman, The ..., 17 May 2015 [cached]
by Eric Anderman, The Ohio State University
ansrsource, 15 May 2013 [cached]
One example the Journal provides is that starting back at the beginning of elementary school, children are taught to work together in groups, so when they are broken out to do independent work "it's naturally confusing to a 7-year-old" said Eric Anderman, a professor of educational psychology at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.
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