In his book, Solving the Ice-Cream Dilemma, American educator Steven Rudolph shares his best-kept secrets with you to identify your child's strength and the jobs that ideally suit his/her nature. With the use of Multiple Intelligences and Multiple Natures, Steve helps you to identify your childs's innate abilities, identify the career that is best suited for your childs's success, select the right stream for your child, get your child to open up when he refuses to talk, know whether your childs's passions are genuine or not, help your child to improve his focus, concentration and academic results and gets your child onto the path of success!
Author: Steven Rudolph Rudolph is an American educator, author and public speaker based in India. He is the proponent of a novel concept in education called Multiple Natures, which is a psychological framework that helps in understanding people’s natures and personality traits that result in particular behavioral patterns, specifically related to learning and work. Rudolph is the co-founder and Educational Director of Jiva Institute in Faridabad. He conducts life skills workshops and educational lectures for students, parents and educators and training sessions for academic counsellors. In 1995, Rudolph set up the first Internet connection in an Indian school – Jiva Public School in Faridabad – through tie-ups with ERNET (Education and Research Network, Government of India), Apple Computer, and Intel. Through this initiative, he introduced the Internet into hundreds of schools across the country. In 1997, Rudolph launched a series of modern computer books that familiarized Indian students and teachers with new uses of the computer. His books advocated computers as a tool for learning, communicating, drawing and creating music, as opposed to the existing curriculum that primarily dealt with programming languages like BASIC, operating systems like DOS, hardware, and the history of computers. In 2001, Rudolph authored textbook materials based on Howard Gardner’s framework of Multiple Intelligences. Known as ICOT (India’s Curriculum of Tomorrow), the curriculum incorporated High Order Thinking Skills (HOTS), technology, and value-based activities. In 2009, Rudolph authored his first book, The 10 Laws of Learning, which was specifically written for Indian parents. The book proposes a number of educational principles, which, if followed, can lead to increased levels of learning. In 2011, he authored his second book, Solving the Ice Cream Dilemma. A book on careers, Solving the Ice Cream Dilemma is published by Times Group Books and seeks to help parents help their kids in solving their career confusion.