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The Kumon educational programme, developed in Japan in 1961, is intended as a supplement to the mainstream school system. This text investigates the method from the point of view of a parent, showing how students start at their own level and work at their own pace, with encouragement to think for themselves. This system is intended to enable students to build their confidence, and encourages concentration and good study habits. It is recommended for normal children having trouble keeping up with their class, or children with learning difficulties. There are Kumon study centres in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and New Zealand.
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David Russell is a Us investigative journalist who has lived in Tokyo since 1982. He is the Managing Editor of Tokyo Business Today, an English-language monthly, and has worked as a writer and editor for both of Japan's top financial news organisations.
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Book Description Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1995. xviii, 137pp Very Good (Clear Adhesive Plastic Cover) Softbound (Ex Library Marking including label on spine). Seller Inventory # 114200