"The biggest obstacle to school change is our memories." Allen Glenn
Great Prezi!It makes me think about a quote I read today (courtesy of @mrwejr) from the Fraser Institute about teachers needing to stop blaming child poverty for low student performance, and instead look to their own teaching practices. Your presentation shows us again, that until basic survival needs are met, psychological needs just can't be fully addressed. Thanks for sharing,Tammy
Thanks for your kind words, Tammy. Indeed, survival needs have to be met first. Otherwise, what you try to do without meeting survival needs is all for not.
Neither agreeing nor disagreeing with the blog post itself, but try as I might to resist, I just couldn't let your comment go.Naught. The word is "naught", not "not". It's all for naught.*sigh*
Very nice examples of Glasser's Basic Needs. One thing that struck me was that most of the examples show collaboration as a means to meet and express the needs. This seems to also have a preventative influence on bullying, which feeds back to the survival and other needs.Shawn