Product reviews for Clean Language in the Classroom

Judy Rees, Clean Language coach, facilitator and trainer, co-author of Clean Language: Revealing Metaphors and Opening Minds
At last! Since I first heard Julie McCracken tell her stories of Clean Language in the classroom, several years ago now, I've been looking forward to the day she'd be ready to share them with a wider audience. This book delivers her infectious enthusiasm, her fascinating ideas and her practical tips for applying David Grove's Clean Language. She's used it with young children in dozens of classroom situations, as well as with her colleagues - and for herself.

I wonder who else might find it useful to de-stress their coming weeks from a rollercoaster to a gentle river cruise in a rowing boat? You'll find out how to do that here.

Many of my students already use Clean Language with their young children: one told me how it was helping her eight-year-old to tame angry outbursts. This book will be a great resource for all parents, as well as for educators working with children of any age. I'll also be recommending it to those who want to use Clean Language with groups of adults. Many of the techniques described here work just as well in business contexts - and this is probably the most accessible guide in print.
Guest | 16/03/2016 00:00
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