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When Students Love to Learn and Teachers Love to Teach In this revolutionary book, Marshall Rosenberg empowers educators to transform schools into life-serving, learning-rich environments that maximize the potential of each student. Filled with insight, adaptable exercises and role-plays, Life-Enriching Education gives educators practical skills to generate mutually respect When Students Love to Learn and Teachers Love to Teach In this revolutionary book, Marshall Rosenberg empowers educators to transform schools into life-serving, learning-rich environments that maximize the potential of each student. Filled with insight, adaptable exercises and role-plays, Life-Enriching Education gives educators practical skills to generate mutually respectful classroom relationships. Discover how our language and organizational structures directly impact student potential, trust, self-esteem and student enjoyment in their learning. Rediscover the joy of teaching in a classroom where each person's needs are respected! Learn Practical Skills to: - Maximize student potential - Strengthen your classroom community - Resolve and prevent conflicts peacefully - Improve the quality of classroom and school relationships


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When Students Love to Learn and Teachers Love to Teach In this revolutionary book, Marshall Rosenberg empowers educators to transform schools into life-serving, learning-rich environments that maximize the potential of each student. Filled with insight, adaptable exercises and role-plays, Life-Enriching Education gives educators practical skills to generate mutually respect When Students Love to Learn and Teachers Love to Teach In this revolutionary book, Marshall Rosenberg empowers educators to transform schools into life-serving, learning-rich environments that maximize the potential of each student. Filled with insight, adaptable exercises and role-plays, Life-Enriching Education gives educators practical skills to generate mutually respectful classroom relationships. Discover how our language and organizational structures directly impact student potential, trust, self-esteem and student enjoyment in their learning. Rediscover the joy of teaching in a classroom where each person's needs are respected! Learn Practical Skills to: - Maximize student potential - Strengthen your classroom community - Resolve and prevent conflicts peacefully - Improve the quality of classroom and school relationships

30 review for Life-Enriching Education: Nonviolent Communication Helps Schools Improve Performance, Reduce Conflict, and Enhance Relationships

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ted

    I received this book for free at a communication studies conference, and didn't think much of it. Then I started reading it. The book is meant to be a handbook for carring on day to day communication with people in your life in a nonviolent way, which is defined as not passing judgment, making accusations, etc. The downside? The formula the book describes can seem a bit cheesy and mechanical at first. The scripts suggested are fairly specific and involve some langauge that will strike many as sor I received this book for free at a communication studies conference, and didn't think much of it. Then I started reading it. The book is meant to be a handbook for carring on day to day communication with people in your life in a nonviolent way, which is defined as not passing judgment, making accusations, etc. The downside? The formula the book describes can seem a bit cheesy and mechanical at first. The scripts suggested are fairly specific and involve some langauge that will strike many as sort of garden-variety touchy-feely stuff ("When you say that, what I hear you saying is that . . ."). But the underlying ideas about the importance of empathy, the unproductive nature of approaching communication (even argument) as adversarial, and the basic human decency that lies beneath the concepts are more important and can't be trivialized by what might seem like hokey language. Thorough-going cynics will not enjoy the book, but others will find some new ideas (and reminders of some basic common sense) that are useful. BTW, thre are a number of books that make some similar points, but do so using a martial arts analogy (which might seem odd, but is actually in keeping with the "nonviolent" ethos of this book). You might look at "Aikido for Everyday Life" and/or "Verbal Judo," particularly if "Nonviolent Communication" sounds like it's just a bit too, well, wussy for you.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Shana Elbrecht

    This book was okay...there were many strategies that I thought would NOT work in a 10th grade classroom, but many that I thought would. Overall this did not have enough practically-applicable strategies to suit me, but was still a decent read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Martyna

    "Nonviolent Communication heightens our awareness that what others say and do may be the stimulus for our feelings, but are never the cause. Our feelings result from whether our needs are being met or not." "Nonviolent Communication heightens our awareness that what others say and do may be the stimulus for our feelings, but are never the cause. Our feelings result from whether our needs are being met or not."

  4. 5 out of 5

    Clivemichael

    Excellent discourse with numerous examples from the authors experience. Written in a personal and easily understood style. Includes exercises and a basic introduction to the practice. A very positive life affirming prescription. "...I’d like to see the competitive classroom transformed into a learning community in which all members are concerned not only about their own learning but equally for the learning of everyone else.” Numerous relevant quotes in the bibliography. George A. Miller- "The mo Excellent discourse with numerous examples from the authors experience. Written in a personal and easily understood style. Includes exercises and a basic introduction to the practice. A very positive life affirming prescription. "...I’d like to see the competitive classroom transformed into a learning community in which all members are concerned not only about their own learning but equally for the learning of everyone else.” Numerous relevant quotes in the bibliography. George A. Miller- "The most urgent problems of our world today are the problems we have made for ourselves. They have not been caused by some heedless or malicious inanimate Nature, nor have they been imposed on us punishment by the will of God. They are human problems whose solutions will require us to change our behaviour and our social institutions." December 1969

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nativida

    This book contains many great ideas, especially for those interested in moving away from schools based on power and domination. "Life-Enriching Education requires that actions of teachers and students be motived by the intention to enrich life and not by fear of punishment or hope for an extrinsic reward...and certainly not simply by some edict that implies that people in authority know what is good for us." p. 68 This book contains many great ideas, especially for those interested in moving away from schools based on power and domination. "Life-Enriching Education requires that actions of teachers and students be motived by the intention to enrich life and not by fear of punishment or hope for an extrinsic reward...and certainly not simply by some edict that implies that people in authority know what is good for us." p. 68

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth Buff

    The single greatest book I've read on education and human interaction. I plan to use this teaching philosophy in my classroom in the coming school year. The single greatest book I've read on education and human interaction. I plan to use this teaching philosophy in my classroom in the coming school year.

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    Nad Venturini

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    Mercedes Pérez Trejo

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    Madi

  16. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    Goed en helder geschreven boek over het gebruik van non violent communication in het onderwijs. Geeft zin om er mee aan de slag te gaan en toch enkele handvaten. Al heb ik wel nood aan nog meer voorbeelden en praktijksituaties. Vooral dan binnen kleuter en lager onderwijs en binnen het Belgische onderwijslandschap.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Angie Acosta

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  30. 4 out of 5

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