One of the ways we cripple our children is to assume that there's nothing going on inside their heads …
Attention, Engagement, and Will: , the actor, and the director
I began to explore the phenomenon of attention in an earlier post. Here, I want to begin to unpack the significance of attention in learning, and fold in a few related ideas. (A nod to Dr. Maria Montessori, the patron saint of children's attention, is in order, as most of the terms preceding the improvised graphics have … Continue reading Attention, Engagement, and Will: , the actor, and the director
Ladies and gentlemen … your Attention, please! (the first in a series)
Attention is where the rubber of your self-on-its-journey meets the road of community, culture, and environment.
Let’s see … Where was I?
One of the most debilitating things we do to young people is to assume that there’s nothing going on inside their heads until we liberate them from their boredom by creating magical experiences, demonstrating indispensable skills, and sharing profound insights.