The article What If Everything You Knew About Disciplining Kids Was Wrong? by Katherine Reynolds Lewis references the work of Dr. Greene. Psychologist Ross Greene offers a “radically” different approach to “fixing kids’ behavior”. In the following video, Greene brilliantly teases apart the nuanced difference between the notions “kids do well if they can” or “kids do well if they wanna”. View the video below and think about the best practice notion that we know. In other words, we best be careful with the reward and punishment approach to discipline. What are your thoughts?