By Marvin Berkowitz, Ph.D. It was early in my career when I first had to confront the idea of how we think about kids. As an undergraduate at the University of Buffalo over 40 years ago, I took Willis Overton’s developmental psychology class, which focused on a chapter he was writing with Hayne Reese on … Continue reading “My Son is Not My Dog”
Second in a series by Rebecca Bauer, a graduate of a School of Character, who is now chronicling her student teacher experience. Like most classrooms, we spent a good deal of time the first week discussing rules. We brainstormed a list together. The lead teacher wrote up a consolidated version and then every student signed … Continue reading “Rules and Incentives”
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