When Emily asks her big sister what the word empathy means, Emily has no idea that knowing the answer will change how she looks at people. But does it really matter to others if Emily notices how they’re feeling? Stand in My Shoes shows kids how easy it is to develop empathy toward those around them. Empathy is the ability to notice what other people feel. Empathy leads to the social skills and personal relationships which make our lives rich and beautiful, and it is something we can help our children learn. This book teaches young children the value of noticing how other people feel. We’re hoping that many parents read it along with their children.
<p>Bob Sornson is a best-selling author and internationally acclaimed presenter, and has offered workshops and keynotes in 48 states. His work focuses on the implementation of high-quality competency based learning, early learning success, and parent engagement. For over thirty years he worked as a teacher and as an administrator in Michigan public schools, developed an acclaimed model early learning success initiative, and in 2001 founded the <strong>Early Learning Foundation</strong>. </p> <p>A prolific author, Bob has written best-selling books for educators, parents and children, along with many journal publications. His books include <i>Over-Tested and Under-Prepared: Using Competency Based Learning to Transform Our Schools</i>, <i>Essential Math Skills</i>, <i>Fanatically Formative</i>, <i>Stand in My Shoes: Kids Learning about Empathy, The Juice Box Bully, </i>and many others. </p> <p>Bob’s work is dedicated to giving far more students a real chance for learning and life success. He can be contacted at [email protected] </p>