For the past several weeks, I’ve been serving as a volunteer teacher in a small, innovative child-centered school in central Borneo. I’m here to explore the teaching of right use of power for children and teachers and to learn how the right use of power can be applied across different cultures and age groups.
In asking my students some simple questions about their lives, I hit on a universal problem…bullying and mean teasing. Fortunately, my students were willing to share their thoughts on this issue, its impact, and ways they could use their power more wisely when in the up-power role. I think you’ll be interested in their responses.
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