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10 WAYS TO CONFUSE A CHILD: EDUCATION EDITION
Transcript of 10 WAYS TO CONFUSE A CHILD: EDUCATION EDITION
CHILD: EDUCATION EDITION 1. Punish him for something that
is completely beyond his control, being
late because of traffic or mom overslept 2. Make a really big deal about how
important it is for kids to get physical
activity, and then force force him to
sit 95% of the school day. 3. Tell him how important it is to
present original work, and then take
away points on his math test when
he gets answers his own way. 4. Brush off his complaints about
being bullied, telling him he has to
toughen up, then punish him for
retaliating against the bully. 5. Call something "an opportunity"
and then make it mandatory. 6. Ask lots of questions to which
you already know the answers 7. Tell him how important it is to develop
healthy eating haits, then make him ignore
his hunger for most of the day, only allowing
him to eat at designated times, and then serve
up some horrible food in the cafeteria. 8. Give him a long-term assignment
with very specific requirements that
take a whole page to explain, and write
at the bottom "Have FUN with this!" 9. Tell him how important it is for
him to get eight hours of sleep every
night, and then make it impossible for
him to do so. 10. Talk about how one purpose
of school is to teach critical
thinking, but then absolutely
don't pay any attention to his
criticisms of anything about school.