Resultados para: alfie kohn
The author of Punished by Rewards and The School Our Children Deserve builds on his parenting theories of working with children rather than trying to control them, argues against practices that teach children that they must earn a parent's approval,...sob encomenda
The basic strategy we use for raising children, teaching students, and managing workers can be summarized in six words: do this and you'apos;ll get that. We dangle goodies (from candy bars to sales commissions) in front of people in much the same way...
Arguing against the 'tougher standards' rhetoric that marks the current education debate, the author of No Contest and Punished by Rewards writes that such tactics squeeze the pleasure out of learning. Tour.sob encomenda
Arguing against the 'tougher standards' rhetoric that marks the current education debate, the author of No Contest and Punished by Rewards writes that such tactics squeeze the pleasure out of learning. Reprint.sob encomenda
A collection of essays argues that traditional educational practices in America thwart the development of more meaningful objectives to provide students with high-quality instruction.sob encomenda
In this 10th anniversary edition of an ASCD best seller, author Alfie Kohn reflects on his innovative ideas about replacing traditional discipline programs, in which things are done to students to control how they act, with a collaborative approach,...
In this “lively, provocative and well-researched book” (Theodore Sizer), AlTe Kohn builds a powerful argument against the “back to basics” philosophy of teaching and simplistic demands to “raise the bar.” Drawing on stories from real classrooms and...
No Contest stands as the definitive critique of competition. Contrary to accepted wisdom, competition is not basic to human nature; it poisons our relationships and holds us back from doing our best. In this new edition, Alfie Kohn argues that the...
Criticizes the system of motivating through reward, offering arguments for motivating people by working with them instead of doing things to them