Following the child?

Never mind, you get on my back and we will both get there. The child does not want “to get there” the child wants to walk, but his legs are disproportionate in size to ours and disproportionate to the size of his body, so we must not make the child to follow us, we must follow the child. The need to follow the child is clearly demonstrated here, we must remember that it is the rule of all education of children in all fields. (Absorbent Mind –chapter 15 – Development and Imitation)

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