Praising Children for Effort Rather Than Ability

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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