Friday, May 10, 2013

Starting points when interacting with children: Challenging but rewarding work

"....What I’ve come to understand is that the most important work I do to see a child in positive ways is within me. I must continually work to transform my own view of children’s behaviors, see their points of view, and strive to uncover how what I am seeing reveal s the children’s deep desire, eagerness, and capacity for relationships. There is no more important or rewarding work than this."

Deb Courtis

"Seeing Children’s Eagerness for Relationships
Exchange Essential: Observing Children - Part II."

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