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How to Praise Students Properly

 

Praising students for no real reason is certainly counterproductive and not praising them at all is utterly demotivating. That’s why it is important to choose the right time and wording when praising your students. You want the compliment to serve as proper recognition for their achievements but also a motivator for future growth.

I love the clip above. It suggests that we focus more on effort and less on intelligence. I couldn’t agree more.

 

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