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Being Fair with Kids

School Leaders Need to Assess the Potential Impact of Their Decisions

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        StatementRowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
        PublishersRowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
        LC Classifications2020
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        Paginationxvi, 118 p. :
        Number of Pages72
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Put away your work phone or your computer and give your children all of the attention they need. If you only call on the same three students or dismiss the comments of a student who is struggling more than the rest, then you may develop a reputation of not being fair.

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Not Teaching the Meaning of Fairness — Better Kids

I got the lollipop with the hair on it. Likewise, on Wednesday nights when I lead our AWANA game time, there is always some grumbling about how the teams, or the game, or the rules are not fair to some group of players.

Will your fair have a theme such as Every Kid Healthy, Heart Health, Eating Better and Moving More, etc.? Does treating students fairly take more time? There may be one employee who always listens to you, gives you compliments, and even brings you baked goods, while another employee may be a bit more cold and distant.

Therefore, he did not downwardly revise the estimate. Avoid whatever drama you can. Require your kids to do things that might seem unfair to them.