What is Your Yes?
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Adventures in Risky Play: What is Your Yes? goes to the heart of risk-taking and children. As educators working with young children, we all have boundaries and feelings around what risky play is allowed. Rusty Keeler invites us to examine the cage of boundaries that we have created for ourselves and our children. He challenges us to rattle our cage and discover where the lines are movable. In our role as educators and caretakers, when we allow children to play and confront risk on their own terms, we see them develop, hold their locus of control and make choices on how to navigate the bumpy terrain of a situation. What better teaching tool for life is there?
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Parents aren't. It is the way they express themselves in letters to the school. Read one. Love is the most often word used in a complimentary parent letter. Parents talk about the love the teacher has for their child. The love the child has for the teacher and for the school. To parents it is all about love.
In January, I wrote a blog about this issue of missing identification of talented children because of our narrow definitions of gifted and talented and how we determine which children are gifted and talented. Here is the link: