Come by Chaucer’s Bookstore in Santa Barbara Tuesday, June 12 to hear Stacy Pulice discuss her monumental book on school reform, Listen to the Children: How empowering students can fix our broken schools.
For more than 20 years, Stacy Pulice, Ph.D., has served on numerous boards committed to fostering emotional intelligence in education. Pulice is founder of The Art of Rehumanizing, a blog where she advocates kindness and human connection as the primary way to bring out the best in people. A mother of three, Pulice focuses her current research on love, healing and emotional safety in schools.
Pulice’s book, Listen to the Children, suggests that the only way to reform the education system is to ensure that we shift our attention towards focusing on the development of the whole child. Pulice argues that the education system is archaic and broken. In her book, she implores us to educate children as free thinkers from a position of love and secure relationships, moving away from the contemporary colonizing model of the school system.
Pulice’s work has received praise from educators, public speakers and psychologists alike. Published by Weeping Willow Books, Listen to the Children is already among the top 10 books on Amazon under “Education Reform and Policy – Charter Schools.”
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Stacy Pulice speak about her book and the importance of education reform on June 12, from 7-9 p.m. at Chaucer’s Bookstore (3321 State St., Santa Barbara).