Teach your students to disobey adults, including you!
We hope you found this issue of #WorkLessons @Innerkern helpful. Let us give you two more reasons to implement Disobedience Instruction in your school, apart from helping children learn critical thinking for creative and disruptive problem-solving. First, according to our National Achievement Survey 2021, less than 29 out of 100 children in India can identify and respond if someone violates any or all of their fundamental rights. Second, several recent studies revealed that more than 53% of children in India had experienced sexual abuse at least once, and 93% of the perpetrators of the crime were close relatives or neighbors. Many of our children do not know how to say no to an exploitative adult. Given these scenarios, don't you think it is about time we started teaching our children to disobey adults, disagree with them and tell them no?
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