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Boys Should Be Boys


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Boys Should Be Boys, a Headmaster's Reflections
By Brian R. Walsh
Part commentary on boys education, part memoir of a former elementary school Headmaster, this is a delightful and insightful look into how boys see the world and learn.
TMC Books 2008
Boys Should Be Boys, a Headmaster's Reflections
By Brian R. Walsh
"Boys not only learn differently than girls of the same age: they make friends differently, have entirely
different issues of self-esteem and motivation, react to their parents and teachers differently, and, in fact, process just
about everything differently. In addition, their responses to competition and physical contact are in marked contrast
to those of girls, almost to the point of an opposite hierarchy of values."
From the Book jacket of Boys Should Be Boys, a Headmaster¿s Reflections
These are the conclusions of a headmaster from thirty years of running two independent kindergarten-ninth
grade schools, one coeducational and the other all boys. Most of the natural differences, however, became
especially obvious after only a few months of directing the boys school, for there was a pronounced difference in
their attitudes about themselves and in their social challenges. In Boys Should Be Boys these observations are presented
through anecdotes of actual school situations and, more significantly, through the voices and actions of the
boys themselves.
Harcover, 216 pages
TMC Books 2008

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