Learning and Emotions

Emotions play a significant role in children's learning. When a child feels good about himself, he is more willing to learn and learn better. Hence, high self-efficacy and self-esteem is highly related to academic success.

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    Why Are So Many Students Bored in School?

    Parent: How was school today? Child: Stupid. Parent: What did you do? Child: Nothing. Fell asleep in math. Parent:...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
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    Attention Parents: Your Emotions Are Contagious

    Is it really possible that a mom's bad mood can rub off on her kid? Research says yes.

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    School Adjustment

    Students face many adjustments in school. From year to year, there are changes in teachers, classrooms, school and class...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
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    Social and Emotional Learning

    Introduction What skills are the best predictors of academic and life success? Why is it that some children grow up to...

    Source: NYU Child Study Center