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blog about talks contact reviews of genius our socratic oath subscribe the genius in children national take your enemy to lunch day: keystone of democracy by rick on december 6, 2016 last week on the flight from washington to boston, ginna was reeling from the shock that america had elected a misogynistic, racist, egotistical demagogue for president. she decided to turn to her seatmate and ask, “who did you vote for?” read more… tweet { 0 comments } a dynamic mind; not a growth mindset by rick on november 29, 2016 the antidote for a “fixed mindset” is not a “growth mindset,” but a mind on a mission. one morning ten years ago a kindergarten teacher named john walked into his class wearing a pink shirt. there had been an outbreak of students saying a certain toy or activity was “just for boys” or “just for girls.” he had decided it was time for some lessons on gender equity. when the students entered class, one of the boys asked with hesitation, “is that a… pink shirt?” “yes. why?” john responded. “really?” the boy started to cringe his face and smirk. “yes, pink,” said john. read more… tweet { 5 comments } hillary clinton won? let’s be accurate by rick on november 12, 2016 hillary won. no, she didn’t! yes, she did! come on, people, let’s be accurate. the airwaves are already filled with advice about how to help our young people through this divisive moment in american history. one important bit of advice i haven’t heard yet: be accurate. read more… tweet { 4 comments } let’s not do this again: all eyes on school culture by rick on november 7, 2016 the choice before us tomorrow is not so rational as it is cultural, and school culture bears the lion’s share of the responsibility. when we look beneath the invective that the candidates and the media throw around, and look instead at the america behind the words, two cultures become clearly defined. read more… tweet { 7 comments } environmental education: children and chickens and snails! oh, my! by rick on october 7, 2016 environmental education teacher, misty, took a group of three-year-olds into the garden to feed snails and slugs to the chickens. she explained how chickens are also fertilizing and tilling the soil when they eat weeds and grubs–a little lesson in interdependence. then, she sent them off to look for food suitable for chickens. misty was examining snails with two students, when she heard a racket and looked up to see max lifting up the fence up and bringing it back down again and again, which was particularly disturbing to fluffy, who panicked and escaped from the garden the next time max lifted the fence high enough. read more… tweet { 1 comment } cry baby: what to do when you’ve tried everything by rick on september 18, 2016 when you have run through your usual repertoire, and your relationship is still less than wonderful, don’t react. act to change the context. it works with 3-month-olds, and it works with adults. tweet { 0 comments } can your genius make conflict creative? by rick on august 30, 2016 can conflict be creative? my older brother and i fought a lot. “fight to the death!” we said. it scared our mother, and scared me, too, i guess. i remember at age eight fighting in our back yard with bruce keller, the son of the police chief who lived on the other side of the stonewall. of course, manly pride required that i fight it out with him, but deep inside i didn’t want to. read more… tweet { 4 comments } learning language, math, & science concepts through play by rick on august 26, 2016 play is essential to optimize learning language, math, science, as well as preparing the brain for collaboration, creativity and making valuable contributions to the world. read more… tweet { 0 comments } social anxiety? get smart, not mad by rick on august 13, 2016 if neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you, –rudyard kipling at lunchtime on the first day of fourth grade my best friend jimmy stuck a deviled egg in my face and said “eat it.” back then, a deviled egg was a foreign substance to me, and i was not feeling adventurous. “no, thank you,” i said. “eat it,” said jimmy more insistently “no. i don’t want it.” “eat it!!!” read more… tweet { 3 comments } are we unraveling? sources of the rising rage. by rick on july 10, 2016 excellent short summary of the history of social unrest in america of the last 70 years & the origins of rising rage. one critical piece is missing from the history and the analysis: a dysfunctional public school system. the american educational system, designed 150 years ago to prepare workers for the industrial age, is still preparing them for the industrial age. read more… tweet { 14 comments } ← previous entries welcome to my blog about the delights, mysteries, and challenges of educating our children. these stories and reflections are based on my 40 years of experience working with students, teachers, and parents as a principal, father, and education consultant. join me as we journey down the road of discovering how to bring out the best in our children! search the genius in every child available now advance copies available on amazon “a lively, engaging, practical book that captures the dilemmas and joys of raising and schooling children.” – robert evans, ed.d., clinical and organizational psychologist and author of family matters recent commentssheryl morris on let’s not do this again: all eyes on school culturerick on a dynamic mind; not a growth mindsetrick on a dynamic mind; not a growth mindsetmarty dutcher on a dynamic mind; not a growth mindsetsteven c. haas on a dynamic mind; not a growth mindset categories achievement (72) altruism (13) anger (30) anxiety (8) authority (128) brain development (103) bribery (11) bullying (36) calling (10) challenge (149) character (173) charter schools (6) child abuse (5) children (162) children and technology (13) college acceptance (6) college admission (12) conflict (86) constructivist education (12) creativity (109) decision making (128) discipline (139) disobedience (14) diversity (22) education (240) educational testing (8) emotional intelligence (80) empathy (75) enthusiasm (68) excellence (52) failure (57) first day of school (13) forgiveness (23) fun (41) genius (274) gifted (29) greatness (74) happiness (62) high school acceptance (6) high school admission (9) homework (15) imperfection (25) inspiration (40) integrity (40) joy (74) justice (6) kids and the internet (6) leaders (5) leadership (120) learning community (131) learning disabilities (25) loss (14) love (5) management (2) mathematics teaching (25) mistakes (71) montessori education (14) new technology (5) parent anxiety (41) parent-teacher partnerships (47) parent/teacher conference (18) parenting (195) perseverence (17) play (75) praise (19) preschool (30) project based learning (7) project learning (35) reading (27) resilience (26) respect (75) responsibility (148) school culture (26) school reform (143) self-actualization (158) self-determination (156) self-esteem (65) separation anxiety (5) service learning (4) social anxiety (3) social media (6) social responsibility (86) standards (37) stem subjects (15) stress (28) success (102) summer learning (6) summer school (3) teaching (173) teaching writing (17) teamwork (44) technology and education (6) teenager (8) terrible two's (18) thoughtfulness (46) violence (17) work ethic (1) online reading list appreciative inquiriy bassett blog – president of nais talks about education bay area parent carol dweck's mindset challenge success – changing how we view education child's work is child's play didbook do try this at home dr. edward hallowell dr. marty's blog early childhood resources helicopter parenting @ nannypro.com mark milliron – catalyze learning intl. mathematics is a foreign language in ukranian milkshakes and margaritas moms inspire learning more early childhood resources motherlode – lisa belkin / ny times nyt: playing to learn – susan engle robert evans, ed.d. – educational consultant self-directed learning steve reifman tangled ball ted: ideas worth spreading – elizabeth gilbert on genius thriving parent newsletter tween parent offline reading list best friends/worst enemies: understanding the social lives of our children, by michael g. thompson, ph.d.and catherine o'neill grace in a different voice, by carol gilligan the blessing of a skinned knee, by wendy mogel raising lifelong learners: a parent's guide by lucy mccormick calkins get smart with the thesis wordpress theme from diythemes. wordpress admin


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