Morality in childrearing and in care
As in the rest of society, the idea of consequences (‘quid pro quo’ but also, ‘tit for tat’) is important in childrearing and healthcare. But those consequences must be based on the morality of the concept of connectedness (‘I am, because we are’). Or, as Harold Hulbert says: “Children need love, especially when they do not deserve it”.
On 'CCE Podium' experts share their expertise and insights on a specific theme involving the topic of challenging behaviour. Watch the online presentation by Karel de Corte, remedial educationalist in Belgium.