"We give him constant activity and then time to recharge. We give him experiential learning through games and tasks. We give him work. We expect him to take up a lot of space in his gangly experiments with life, and we teach him, through task, work, game, activity, and experience how to use that space. Above all, we give him mentoring and supervision that respects and teaches his gifts..."
-Michael Gurian, The Wonder of Boys: What Parents, Mentors & Educators Can Do to Shape Boys into Exceptional Men.
Gurian recently presented on how boys and girls learn differently as part of Annie Wright Schools’ speaker series.