How do we motivate students who are asked to the same thing over and over again in schools? Do we provide unique experiences in each classroom or do we demand the identical behavior in every room?
There is no surer mark of a well-bred man or woman than proper and dignified conduct in public. The truly polite are always quiet, unobtrusive, considerate of others, and careful to avoid all manifestations of superiority or elegance. Twentieth Century Culture and Deportment, 1899