A Touch of Greatness

On July 23, 2016, we discontinued our forums. We ask our members to please join us in our new community site, The Hartmann Report. Please note that you will have to register a new account on The Hartmann Report.

1 post / 0 new

The tremendous gift of Albert Cullum:

http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/touchofgreatness/film.html 

and

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LObBpBYANFo

The above link is just a summary of the complete documentary.

I just watched the entire documentary "A Touch of Greatness" and all I can say is I cycled several times between tearing up and bawling uncontrollably. I honestly feel a part of my "little girl lost", that was conditioned out of me through my own school experiences, was regained by viewing this documentary.

Albert Cullum "got it". He understood how to connect with children and bring out the best in each individual child because he instinctively knew each child is an individual who also wants to belong. He also understood chindren learn best through play and interaction.

Seriously, if you get the chance, watch this documentary. It may make you wonder if any issue you child may be having is with your child... ...or if the way your child is being taught may actually be the underlying issue.

bonnie
Joined:
Jul. 31, 2007 4:01 pm

What Do Democrats Really Want?

Thom plus logo Thomas Friedman, the confused billionaire, told us decades ago that "free trade" is what made the Lexus a successful product when, in fact, it was decades of Japanese government subsidies and explicit tariffs that did so.
Powered by Pressflow, an open source content management system