Ok, I can hear you. "That sounds a little grandiose" you think. I disagree. Being able to see someone else as a whole person, and to care whether a person is in trouble, or is troubled, needs help, or at least a strong shoulder to lean on, is what we need to see in our schools, workplaces, and homes.
A kinder, more gentle world.
Thank you Valarie Strauss and Ruth Ebenstein!
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How do you teach kids to care about something?
Here’s how one teacher does it.
Valarie Strauss, Answer Sheet
|Leonard Donahoo, 74, who served in the Air Force from 1960 to 1962, opens a card from second-grader Amit Gottstein|
|Teacher Carol Gannon and her fifth-grade class at Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor.|