- Rob Leenheer
- New Zealand
Learn/share what tools are available to learn the skill to 'disagree constructively'.
Quote (11m20s:) ...... teaching these skills to kids and adults at every stage of their development ....
As a home-schooling parent, the topic of Margaret's talk touches at the core of what we, and many with us who are willing to make the investment, are trying to achieve.
But as Margaret says, the topic is equally relevant at every developmental stage of a human life. So no need to limit it to child education in whatever form.
But while many of us are inspired by the angle Margaret takes on the subject of disagreement, and how most of us have learned to stay away from it, how do we then learn the skills to 'turn around' and use this opportunity of disagreement constructively.
What tangible tools are there out there to teach us to do this. Books? Courses? Websites? Workshops?
Have any models been developed to teach ourselves and others?