The Responsive Classroom approach reaches far beyond the old perception of social and emotional curriculums producing “nice” kids in a warm and fuzzy environment. It allows us to build intelligent guidelines for school and to develop classroom practices that are informed by current neuroscience and are relevant to the children of the 21st Century.
When parents provide answers or too many hints via leading questions, it does not help your child achieve the primary goal: learning how to think and learn.
Students, parents, teachers — we are all learning how to make distance learning work in our hands, with our minds, feelings, and resources. What early insights can help our kids achieve their highest potential?