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Moon Pies: What the Koreans Taught me About our Students

Don't only see the little bad while missing the far greater good

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Take Aways:

  1. There’s far more good students then there are students who do terrible things

  2. While we have to look for the bad, don’t let it negatively color your image of students
  3. The great majority of our students are honest, hardworking people who just want to be happy.

 

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How to relate this to kids:

It is a terrible character flaw that our society tends to be obessed with the few bad things while ignoring the overwhelming good things. This is not only an adult issue but a kid issue—a people issue. If you really want to help your students to be happier, more productive, and achieve greater levels of success, redirect them whenever they seem to only want to focus on the bad.

 

There’s no value in placing the majority of your attention towards the bad, especially if there’s more good right there in front of you.

 

Don’t do it yourself, don’t let me do it, and don’t let your students do it.

 

 

Thank You!

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