It’s a word used often and typically embraced without question. I mean, how can you argue against “responsibility?” For some reason, I often get a bit uncomfortable when I encounter the word “responsibility.” For example, The Washington Post recently ran … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: April 2011
Language is a funny thing. As parents, we spend many months encouraging our little ones to utter their first words and begin their voyage through language. During the school years, teachers pound proper grammar into kids’ heads. It usually is … Continue reading
A child’s brain is an amazing thing with areas in charge of logical thought, which may not seem to be used as often as parents (and teachers) would like, and also creativity. The brain is divided into two hemispheres – … Continue reading
While you’re finishing family dinner, your child has quickly organized and described how his food is positioned on his plate according to color. When at school, he’s ready to answer every question with the right answer and can’t get enough … Continue reading
One of the major main points of emphasis for educators applying the principles of Choice Theory in the classroom is helping students learn how to self-evaluate consciously and effectively. If we want students to take greater responsibility for their learning, … Continue reading
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