Just in case you were looking for permission.
*As long as it's legal and doesn't impede on the rights of others.
I think I could make an argument that ice breakers rob people of their interesting attributes.
Some of my best qualities can only be experienced in conversation and don’t show up in a 30-second introduction, which will more than likely create ice instead of break it.
Children’s bodies know they are lacking these things. How do you think children perceive the adults or institutions in their lives who rob them of these necessities?
And, how would that perception show up in their actions?
The data don't lie: "Kids need recess. They need longer lunches. They need free play, family time, meal time. They need less homework, fewer tests, a greater emphasis on social-emotional learning." https://t.co/Ncjqdks082
@PhilipMott1 @ecomentario We make this an assignment for our pre-service students. They have to observe young people in the communities they will be student teaching in a naturalistic setting.
Incredibly useful and revealing.