"Which of these best describes how you see young children?” asks Deb Curtis in her book, Really Seeing Children.
All of these statements have simple truths to them. Yet, how we see children is not so simple. Our view of children and childhood is rapidly changing in response to the pressures of modern life, new research on brain development and learning, and the belief that many young children in the United States aren’t ready for school…
Of course we want to help children develop the skills to be successful in school, but does this focus narrow our view of children as people who need to be tested and fixed?...
How I see children strongly impacts everything I do and say in my daily work. I want to make sure I…bring an enhanced view of children to my work.”
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Through her collection of stories and photographs, learn to suspend your adult agenda to really see children's perspectives and the amazing ways they experience the world. Taking up this practice will bring joy and deeper understanding to your work and life and allow you to engage with children in a more meaningful teaching and learning process.
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