Reviewed by Sue Hurst
If you are open to questioning your basic assumptions about how you deal with children then this book is for you.
In this book Porter challenges widely held concepts about discipline – her basic premise is that the only discipline worth having is self-discipline. She identifies two basic styles of teaching – controlling and guiding, and makes a potent case for the latter. As she says on page 42 “discipline must aim to educate children in moral decision making rather than simply imposing conformity to adult standards.”
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