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Using Our Power Wisely
July 11, 2018
A stranger has big eyes but sees nothing.
-African Proverb

"Adults have all the power in children’s lives," writes Deb Curtis in her popular best-seller, Really Seeing Children. She asks us to reflect carefully on how we wield our power.

"We are their window and access to safety, comfort, and engaging experiences. Children are smart enough to know this from the time they are babies. They have laser-like attention to what we care about, and they want to imitate, please and be a part of what we say and do. If you look at cultures around the world, children learn to do what adults value and believe that children can accomplish because this is what they focus on and take time to teach children to do. But with this power comes responsibility."

Really Seeing Children

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Educators have the opportunity to slow down, observe, delight, and practice really seeing children every day. In her new book, Really Seeing Children, Deb Curtis offers a wealth of ideas to help teachers and parents see with fresh eyes.

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Arlene DeCicco · July 11, 2018
McKor Shalon Nursery
Cherry Hill, NJ, United States

What fun to see a child's discovery and creativity from the simplest object, from when they are using their skillful imagination to explore.

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