The school years are full of great opportunities to learn. Research shows some students believe they can get better and smarter, and these students learn more. It’s called having a Growth Mindset, and you can cultivate it at home by praising hard work, encouraging perseverance, and rewarding excellent effort. When you support your kids, you help learning happen. Check out this issue of Power Parent to learn more.
A GRPS Magazine | March 2020
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