By Herbert Kohl
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Michael and Maurice constantly conferred with each other as did Sonia and Anastasia. There was no end to the variations of mood and tempo with which the children wrote. Some children chose not to write, and there was so much else for them to do that, since I never made a moral issue of it, there was no problem over it. Robert Jackson put his first novel on my desk one morning and retreated as several other boys gathered about me. They wanted me to read the book immediately and see my reactions.
Time increasingly became the servant of substance in the classroom. At the beginning of the semester I had tried to use blocks of time in a predetermined, pre-planned way - first reading, then social studies, arithmetic and so forth. Then I broke the blocks by allowing free periods. This became confining and so I allowed the length of periods to vary according to the children’s and my interest and concentration. Finally we reached a point where the class could pursue things without the burden of a required amount of work that had to be passed through every day.
I wanted the children to see themselves in the perspective of history, to know the changes of fortune, of the balance of wealth and power, that have constituted history, and of the equally real change of the oppressed into the oppressor. I wanted them to be able to persist, revolt and change things in our society and yet not lose their souls in the process. It was the most romantic and idealistic thing I ever attempted and the one I believed in the most I am not so idealistic or romantic now. My recollections of 6-1 are tinged with bitterness and too clear knowledge of the present and what I failed to give the children, what I couldn’t give them.
36 Children (Innovations in Education) by Herbert Kohl