Advanced Creative Thinkers (ACT) is the first book that offers on line
testing to help frustrated parents and educators identify not just merely
bright underachievers but advanced creative thinkers. The author writes from
a parent/ teacher perspective about the problem of these students who do not
find school pleasurable. A new way to look at how these kids learn breaks the
cycle for this unidentified and overlooked group of students who
unnecessarily struggle in schools that don't meet their needs.
This book promises rich rewards with a simple plan of action that offers
insight into a long term approach of resolving the problem of identifying the
student with advanced creative thinking skills (ACT). The well thought out
design encourages parents as well as teachers, to create a positive and
supportive learning environment in which all students' needs can be
The book is divided into three parts:
Part I A New Way to Luok as How Some Kids Learn centers on the defining
creative thinking and how it differs from logical thinking.
Part II Advanced Creative Thinking discusses why ACT students are often
misdiagnosed as ADD and gives advice to parents on how they can be
distinguished through testing.
Part III ACT4Me blueprints for parents and teachers' motivational
techniques that make children feel good about themselves and their
accomplishments while restoring a sense of structure and order in the family.
You can view the book's website at Act4Me.com