When praising your child for a job well done, recognize the effort they put in instead of their natual ability. Why? When students think they are born with a particular skill, they are less likely to put in additional effort. They practise less, study less, and try less. Instead of recognizing students for being naturally […]

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When students set goals, the purpose is always to do something better. Whether it’s getting a better grade in math or not staying up so late, the intention is to improve. So why do so many goals go unreached? Setting goals that students can stick to is a process; there is a right way and […]

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