When teachers are optimistic that they can improve their student’s academic performance, then students will gravitate towards that optimism and make hard work more desirable.
Instead of just telling your child what not to do focus on what you want your child to do. Say their name, give them an action, and demonstrate.
Those experiencing imposter syndrome don’t believe in their successes, accomplishments, and talents and think of themselves as a fraud. But what exactly is imposter syndrome and what can educators do to overcome it?
Don’t make it hard, make it helpful!