Teaching method is based on "Dog Whisperer" approach

02/15/2010 | KETV-TV (Omaha, Neb.)

An Omaha, Neb., educator urges teachers to adopt the approach of Cesar Millan -- television's "Dog Whisperer" -- to discover the cause of students' behavioral problems to know how to address them, just as Millan does with dogs on his television show. One teacher said she has seen results with Wes Hall's approach. "I find the more I know what's going on with a student, the easier it is for me to understand how to respond to it," she said.

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