When Working with Children, Being Genuine is Key: Three Ways to Fight the Fake

I hang out in schools every day. I hang out in public schools, private schools, child care centers and preschools every…single….day. One of my biggest concerns is the lack of genuine encounter between adults and children. I hear robotic language. I hear slow, labored speech as if to say you just don’t get it. I […]

The Marble Jar Strategy: Three reasons you DON’T want to use it

I taught Kindergarten for 10 years prior to becoming a behavior consultant. In those 10 years I definitely started many marble jars, kindness jars, manner jars, jars of all sorts to catch children doing a strategy I wanted to see more of. What I didn’t know was there were better strategies out there, better strategies […]