Part of helping our students become lifelong learners means helping them develop self-confidence in their own academic abilities. This self-confidence allows students to approach academic challenges with a can-do attitude, which can lead to them enjoying problem-solving in the face of difficult lessons and concepts. Then when they successfully work through the challenge, it reinforces their self-confidence.
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At Laurence, the social-emotional health of our students is paramount. As we strive to help students and parents successfully navigate the challenges of living in a digital world, teaching our students balanced technology use and responsible digital citizenship are priorities to us. Last fall, I blogged about the importance of device-free time, and I am following up with a "part B" to provide you with more information and resources on this topic, including ideas for how to encourage positive media use.
You may have heard me share that resilience is one of the most important life skills that we can teach our kids. They need to be able to roll with life's ups and downs, great projects and those that didn't quite work out, a win on the field and a loss on the court. Some days everyone's your friend and other days you might struggle. But the goal is to stay positive, deal head-on with whatever happens by reflecting, and move forward. ... Read the full article to learn what you can do to help your children build resiliency.