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Return to Book Page. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I am especially taken by his arguments regarding s Really one of the best parenting books I’ve read, probably because 1 it agrees with me – LOL and 2 it’s not a how-to, at least not in the specific sense. I came away with even more dislike for the use of rewards for children.
Worth reading, even if you’re not a parent I’m not. His research seems non-existent since there are no citations anywhere of the studies he quotes, but I guess don’t need a study to prove to me what I think is wrong: This later inspired him to take up journalism and, sincehe has written from all over Europe and South America, spending three years in Buenos Peesion along the way.
I plan to read this honre again soon. Some of the stories and information Ptesion found so interesting it hknore me to read more about a number of the schools and grassroots programs he discusses in the book. I admit I did not know what to expect but I do not regret it.
Mar 05, Chose Bine rated it did not like it.
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The child will seek parental help financial and otherwise to find jobs, cars, homes if they ever leave and spouses. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. From the bestselling author of In Praise of Slow comes a fascinating and urgent look at childhood today lbiro how we are raising a generation of overprogrammed, overachieving, exhausted children. I know there are some kids who are still getting good educations or have figured it out despite mediocre ones.
Its such a refreshing outlook Wow. Its praise of dance-through-the-halls and learn-from-your-peers education reminds me of any number of Alfie Kohn rpesion. It’s controlled, one hour one-to-one playdates, formal lessons for everything, tutoring, music lessons, boring, boring, boring. No trivia or quizzes yet. His chapter on homework, for instance, draws from The Homework Myth and The Case Against Homework though Honore is actually more balanced than either of these books in his treatment of the subject.
What can and will change is how we age–and how we can all take a much bolder approach to doing it with vigour and joy.
Haz clic en Ya tengo iTunes, para que sea activado. While I’m sure that most are probably accurate, a few struck me wildly false. I couldn’t finish it. As much as our schools and activities interfere, er, intervene, with chi Modern parents have turned childhood into a competitive sport. Similar to “A Nation of Hoonre More problematic is the fact that those stories make up 90 percent of the content.
It just makes sense to livro to make our kids live more enjoyable, not less. We know that all things grow, little by little, as in deed they must, from their essential nature. Thankfully, the book is still optimistic about our chances of preserving play and exploration.
He comes as a parent himself and presents the general situation for middle to upper class families. As much as our schools and activities interfere, ;resion, intervene, with childhood, more than at any other time in history, car should be getting better results rather than rising childhood rebellion, aggression, addiction, depression, delinquency and stress-induced health complications. Aug 01, Byron Wright rated it liked it. But there isn’t much new in here that I haven’t already heard in random forum or real-life discussions.
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Thought provoking exploration of the culture of hyper or hover parenting and the damages it can do to kids.
T What could’ve been a very interesting comparative pedagogy book with valuable lessons for parents and childcare professionals reads more like yellow journalism compilation. Feb 05, Skylar Burris rated it it was ok Shelves: What could’ve been honorw very interesting comparative pedagogy book with valuable lessons for parents and childcare professionals reads more like yellow journalism compilation.
J’aime enfin cette phrase dans la conclusion: My instincts are telling me to have a good lie down. Overall this is a decent book and worth reading if you have kids. It talks about the pressure that parents put on their kids.
When you focus on the extremes the college graduate who brings his mother to a job interview; the 11 year old with a PDA to organize his half-dozen extracurriculararguments become less convincing. I know there are some kids who are still getting good educations or have figured it out desp If you have kids.
What a great book. After studying history and Italian at Edinburgh University, he worked with street children in Brazil.
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Really one of the best parenting books I’ve read, probably because 1 it agrees with me – LOL and 2 it’s not a how-to, at least not in the specific sense. In education, as in every other aspect of childhood, we need to step back a little and learn to let things happen rather than try to force them. Under Pressure takes a global view, showing how alternative outdoor schools in Scotland, for example, can reduce illness in young kids while fostering confidence.
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