Instead of lectures, peer group discussions,
based on questions that matter
engage students' interest and expand their awareness about:
• Other people's feelings
• Shared values
• The world around them
• Solutions they discover together
... and much more!
"Never forget, children are our elders in universe time. They have come into a more complete, more evolved universe than you will ever understand,
except through their eyes."
~ Buckminster Fuller
Age-Appropriate Modules of a Socratic Approach
Engaging Students With Their Own Social-Emotional & Cognitive Skills Development
• Activate students' natural capacity for deep thinking, empathy and collaborative problem-solving • Increase your job satisfaction and success
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As long-time teachers, grades K-12, we know how frustrating it can be
to lose precious time out of each day dealing with the same behavior problems over and over again.
√ Educators want to educate.
√ Kids want to matter and to belong.
With just a little practice you'll see how you can consistently create
WIN-WIN classroom cultures
where learning and belonging grow every day.
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KIDS' OWN WISDOM®
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F A C T
The more accountability
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"When we begin to value who children are (not just what we want them to be), a shift happens in the way we think about learning and teaching.
"Our jobs become more engaging and fulfilling, and we begin to envision a larger purpose for our profession.”
~ Deb Curtis