There are ways to temper your toughest critic and take constructive control of your feelings.
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On the science and craft of dialogue
Austin Dacey Ph.D.
A few strategic seconds of silence can lead to dramatically improved language development in children, learning among students, and problem solving by teams.
Have you ever dreaded being "called on" by a teacher? What did you learn from that experience?
What makes a school a “good school”? Grade point averages and standardized test scores? Class sizes? Or "sustained intergroup contact"?
Democracy requires that we talk to each other across our differences. Is that something we can learn in school?
Austin Dacey is the author of The Future of Blasphemy: Speaking of the Sacred in an Age of Human Rights.