Fear seeks safety. Love seeks Truth. Please read and enjoy. Productive, truthful feedback welcome.

Friday, December 22, 2017

Moving at the Speed of Trust

Three students. Three stories.
We, as teachers, have a couple of choices when we encounter unexpected behavior in a student.
We can blame the kid and create an argument which both the student and the teacher will lose.
Or . . .
We can learn the kid and build a bridge.
To learn the kid, move in shoulder-to-shoulder and learn their stories.
When we learn their stories we will discover the reason behind the behavior. Then we can create a bridge.

Move at the speed of trust and trade on the currency of respect.


WRITER'S NOTE:For musings from Dave on how to Love More and Judge Less link to his new book, The Bottom Turtle.

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