Teaching — It’s about Inspiration, Not Information
Tina Seelig

Thank you so much for this. Confirmed what I already thought about building relationships with the child, not assuming their knowledge and making connections. Too often I find parents are only concerned about the ‘what to learn’ instead of the ‘how and why’ for their child. I feel under pressure to meet parents expectations but my children come out more confident and believe in their own ability in the end. My kids say ‘I can’t’, I say ‘it’s not that you can’t, you just haven’t learnt how to do it yet.’

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