Cooperation

Some people think that a child’s cooperation is something adults are entitled to; they think it is something they can demand. But genuine cooperation cannot be demanded – it can only be earned, and must be given freely. When children feel respected, they want to cooperate.

— Nanda Van Gestel in  The Unschooling Unmanual



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