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|Early on, these crunchers sever children from their creativity, from something that |
came naturally to them and that had been so integral a part of their lives.
Expectations might ... Give me a child and I'll shape him into anything. B.F.
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|Ignoring the potential effects of screen media on children essentially relegates |
the knife to the weapon category; it is only ... Anonymous “give me a child, and I'll
shape him into anything”—B.F. Skinner “Why begin teaching pre-school Jewish ...
|He claimed that children were free to do as they wanted at Summerhill. But, in |
fact, there ... Skinner's attributed maxim, “Give me a child and I'll shape him into
anything,” is an explicit statement of the unconstrained vision. Neill's reflections
|Man. as. Learning. Machine. The consequences of an act affect the probability of |
its occurring again. Give me a child and I'll shape him into anything. Education is
what survives when what has been learned has been forgotten. B. F. Skinner As
|I slip the ring into my pocket and pick out the keys, wallet, baby toy, pacifier, and |
safety pins and I toss them back into the purse. ... The table has a purse-shaped
grit deposit in front of my place and I scrape it into my hand and sprinkle it on top
of everything else I tossed in the garbage like ... I'll let my lawyer talk to him. Ooh
|You've been unwell—” “Don't tell me what I'm capable of, child. ... girls into shape. |
I'll get my bag.” Cheney started to say something, but Grandma cut him off. “This
isn't open for discussion. ... If there's anything I can do to prevent this, I will.
|Trisha wavedto them when theyarrived but made no attempt to coax Ned into |
joining in. When the ... 'The children had fun, didn't they, Ned? ... Trisha took
abrightly coloured box of shapes out. 'This is a ... I'll stay near you. ... If you decide
to send him here, we won't push him into anything, but just lethim findhis own feet
|In it, he explained how he dearly missed vital life lessons that his father never |
taught him and how it affected him into manhood. ... And to see him, a fully grown
man, tear up as he stated, “I'll do anything to have father/son relationship”
convinced me of the ... their lives to mold and shape the lives and minds of their
|looked up to him musically, seemingly also follow him into addiction. “I didn't think |
about Bird as ajunkie,” she explains. “I never called him ajunkie, never thought of
him that way. He was a great man and musical genius who unfortunately had ...
|Scipio by the arm and pushed him roughly into an alcove in the hallway. Scipio |
tried to get away but Thomas was too strong and held him tightly, his strong
fingers bruising him. 'Let me go! Let me go! ... Small and as dark as the night;
another of the Devil's children. No matter, I'll soon whip him into shape. Just like I'
ll soon ...