Summer Book Club
In chapter 9 David Funk admits to hitting a student and then a few years later doing it again. I had not read the book prior to this summer, and I doubt we would have chosen it by votes if we had all know ahead of the time. None of us endorse hitting a child.
A big chunk of the book was written by Fay, and Funk describes how the Love and Logic approach transformed his teaching (meaning he did not develop it).
With that said, how do you feel about continuing to read? Do you think think that the book as a whole becomes a wash, or are the approaches still useful?
I’d also really like to hear from the teachers that already use Love and Logic (I think it is VWalker and maybe Itssnix) about their reactions to this.
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