Create child-friendly environment, parents told

Create child-friendly environment, parents told

Parents must treat young adults like grown ups and give them space and a feeling that they are trusted. It could be done by encouraging children to run errands around the house independently or by sending them to buy some groceries and such items. Create child-friendly environment, parents told thumbnail courtesy of thehindu.com

5 Tips To Make Your Children Brilliantly Successful At Work – Huffington Post Canada

5 Tips To Make Your Children Brilliantly Successful At Work – Huffington Post Canada

5 Tips To Make Your Children Brilliantly Successful At WorkGood communication skills are another essential element in creating success at work, and all of these social skills will be highly valued, often even more than their intelligence or abilities. 5 Tips To Make Your Children Brilliantly Successful At Work – Huffington Post Canada thumbnail courtesy […]

Mental health focus key

Mental health focus key

SCHOOLS should provide students emotional intelligence education says Rural Health CEO Rob Waterman. Mr Waterman will visit a school in Victoria next month to find out about the RULER program that provides emotional intelligence training to students Mental health focus key thumbnail courtesy of theadvocate.com.au

Seeing the benefits of failure shapes kids’ beliefs about intelligence – Science Codex

Seeing the benefits of failure shapes kids’ beliefs about intelligence – Science Codex

Seeing the benefits of failure shapes kids’ beliefs about intelligenceParents’ beliefs about whether failure is a good or a bad thing guide how their children think about their own intelligence, according to new research from Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. The research Seeing the benefits of failure shapes kids’ beliefs […]

Parent’s Eye Contact During Playtime Can Extend Baby’s Attention Span: Simple Way To Improve Cognitive … – Medical Daily

Parent’s Eye Contact During Playtime Can Extend Baby’s Attention Span: Simple Way To Improve Cognitive … – Medical Daily

Parent’s Eye Contact During Playtime Can Extend Baby’s Attention Span: Simple Way To Improve Cognitive …Yu and the study’s co-author Linda G. Smith, a professor of psychology and cognitive science at Indiana University, are the first to use eye tracking data to record how a parent’s behavior impacts their infant’s attention span in real time. […]

Observing Parents Accept Failure Helps Kids Develop Mindset of Perpetual Learner

Observing Parents Accept Failure Helps Kids Develop Mindset of Perpetual Learner

“Our findings show that parents can endorse a growth mindset but they might not pass it on to their children unless they have a positive and constructive reaction to their children’s struggles.” Despite considerable research on mindsets, scientists Observing Parents Accept Failure Helps Kids Develop Mindset of Perpetual Learner thumbnail courtesy of psychcentral.com

To Motivate Kids, Don’t Dwell on Their Failures – Live Science

To Motivate Kids, Don’t Dwell on Their Failures – Live Science

PsychCentral.com (blog)To Motivate Kids, Don’t Dwell on Their FailuresThe way you view failure may influence how your children view their own abilities, a new study finds. The researchers set out to study what influences children’s view of their intelligence; some kids see their intelligence as fixed, while others think To Motivate Kids, Don’t Dwell on […]

Mental health focus a key

Mental health focus a key

SCHOOLS should provide students emotional intelligence education says Rural Health CEO Rob Waterman. Mr Waterman will visit a school in Victoria next month to find out about the RULER program that provides emotional intelligence training to students Mental health focus a key thumbnail courtesy of theadvocate.com.au

Schools are finally teaching what kids need to be successful in life – Quartz

Schools are finally teaching what kids need to be successful in life – Quartz

Schools are finally teaching what kids need to be successful in lifeWhatever the name, researchers are finding lots of personality traits, such as self-control and optimism, and a growth mindset—the belief that your effort matters, and intelligence is malleable, not fixed at birth—are predictive of success in life Schools are finally teaching what kids need […]

Literature’s Emotional Lessons

Literature’s Emotional Lessons

Grappling with the way books make students feel—not just analytical skills—should be part of the high-school English curriculum. Literature’s Emotional Lessons thumbnail courtesy of theatlantic.com Why Reading Literature in High-School English Class Should Educate the Emotions – The Atlantic I’d drawn a little tombstone on the board. I was in the middle of leading a […]