Tag Archives: psychological violence

Play and the Killing of Children’s Spirits in U.S. Schools

Play may be the most powerful form of learning. Play allows us to break rules, test boundaries, look at things upside-down. I can’t imagine a Richard Feynman who didn’t play; or, a Charles Darwin, or an Albert Einstein, or a … Continue reading

Posted in Cognition, Learning, Schooling, Society, Teaching | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

“Stupid”

Earlier this week, my teacher education students completed their month-long moon study. As I’ve been doing for years, we spend a class session “debriefing” and sharing the explanatory models each student has developed over the month. In general, this session … Continue reading

Posted in Schooling | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment