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A classroom’s appearance, and how it is decorated, can also affect academic performance, Sapna Cheryan, of the University of Washington, and colleagues noted. For example, classroom objects that depict the success of groups who traditionally face educational barriers (for example, photos of women scientists) can boost school. Being healthy obviously makes a big difference in how your child functions at school, but the most significant ways to boost their performance stem from the ways in which they spend their free time.

3. Spend more time with your child than they spend with the television. The second factor is having high expectations of students, as well as teachers. High expectations of students have repeatedly been shown to have a positive impact on students’ performance.

More attention should be paid to high expectations of teachers. Taras notes that some children simply do not get enough to eat. When children do not consume enough food, it can affect a child’s ability to learn, a factor stated in numerous studies.

Taras maintains a healthy breakfast is an effective means to improve academic performance and cognitive functioning among undernourished kids. Studies show that children with asthma under the care of an allergist have a 77% reduction in lost time from school. Make an appointment with your child’s teacher and/or school administrator to. It has been shown many times over in research studies that a parent who is involved in their child’s education has a positive impact. It’s reflected in improved grades and test scores, strong attendance, a higher rate of homework completion, higher graduation rates, improved attitudes and behaviors in the child, as well as the child being more likely to become involved in positive.

Pals play an enormous part of our kids’ self-esteem, and research also reveals that who our kids befriend can affect their study habits and their overall academic success. The truth of the matter is that peer pressure can have both positive and negative consequences on a child’s education. If your child chooses friends who. Student learning can be positively impacted by the encouragement of teachers to their students.

A teacher’s influence, ideas and expectations of his or her students’ capabilities have an effect on student academic performance and achievements. If teachers believe in their students, their students begin to believe. Funding has a significant impact on student performance. A lack of funding typically leads to larger class sizes as well as less technology and curriculum materials, and the more students a teacher has, the less attention they can pay to individual students. Sibling bullying can affect self-esteem and cause emotional problems like hopelessness, loneliness, and even depression.

These, then can cause a child to struggle in school, as they aren’t able to focus on their work. This is a short list of problems that may affect your child’s learning abilities and performance at school.

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Once their children enter school, they continue the early pattern of stress on individual achievement – in sports, extracurricular activities, and academic work.

“Ways with Words: Language, Life and Work in Communities and Classrooms” by Shirley Brice Heath, Heath, Cambridge University Press
from Ways with Words: Language, Life and Work in Communities and Classrooms
by Shirley Brice Heath, Heath, Cambridge University Press
Cambridge University Press, 1983

If your child is doing poorly in school, these kinds of activities may be a wonderful outlet for him to receive praise in another area, or they may be just another setting in which he has to prove himself.

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from The Gift of ADHD: How to Transform Your Child’s Problems into Strengths
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New Harbinger Publications, 2010

These inferences, in turn, should affect parents’ expectations for their children’s future performance in these activities and should affect the opportunities these parents give their children to develop skills in these various activity domains.

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from The Developmental Social Psychology of Gender
by Thomas Eckes, Hanns M. Trautner
Taylor & Francis, 2012

In contrast, parents can negatively affect their children’s academic competence and achievement through such behaviors as providing rewards extrinsic to academic tasks, making unrealistic demands, avoiding conflict arising from learning expectations, and not valuing selfdirected learning (Borkowski & Thorpe, 1994).

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from Handbook of Research on Student Engagement
by Sandra L. Christenson, Amy L. Reschly, Cathy Wylie
Springer New York, 2012

They often will benefit from performing purposeful activities that will help the child.

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from Nursing Care of the Critically Ill Child E-Book
by Mary Fran Hazinski
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Teachers also may notice that your child is participating more in daily activities and that her nonverbal communication (for example, pointing and other gesturing) has increased in the classroom.

“Helping Your Child with Selective Mutism: Practical Steps to Overcome a Fear of Speaking” by Angela E. McHolm, Charles E. Cunningham, Melanie K. Vanier, Ronald Rapee
from Helping Your Child with Selective Mutism: Practical Steps to Overcome a Fear of Speaking
by Angela E. McHolm, Charles E. Cunningham, et. al.
New Harbinger Publications, 2005

The results from the analyses presented in Parents, Their Children, and Schools (Schneider & Coleman, 1993) suggested that family activities outside of school were more beneficial for children’s academic performance than parents’ involvement in activities at the school, such as joining the PTA or volunteering.

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from Handbook of the Sociology of Education
by Maureen T. Hallinan
Springer US, 2006

This may affect the child’s motivation and interest in school work and thereby affect performance.

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from Encyclopedia of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education
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Teachers and administrators positively notice parents who are involved with the school, and this helps your child feel recognized and seen at school.

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from Wounded by School: Recapturing the Joy in Learning and Standing Up to Old School Culture
by Kirsten Olson
Teachers College Press, 2009

Will this, too, teach children to read their traits from their performance so that, even though they might feel wonderful at the time, they will later read negative traits when they display poor performance?

“Self-theories: Their Role in Motivation, Personality, and Development” by Carol S. Dweck
from Self-theories: Their Role in Motivation, Personality, and Development
by Carol S. Dweck
Psychology Press, 2000

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  • The people disliking the video must be of fixed mindset. Success has no shortcuts, so stop believing a video would make a difference in your life in a single day. Live the teachings of the video on a daily basis.

  • I don’t believe tv have an effect in children’s performance in school. At an very young age, I love watching television but I excelled in math and science. Now I’m studying engineering.

  • Your channel has and is truly help me with raising my 13 year old daughter who lost her father to suicide 2.5 years ago. I’m finally getting thru now that I’m working ON ME. She said on the phone to me, ‘Mom why are you being so nice? Keep doing it, I like it’ and then proceeded to listen to me for 45 minutes talk about Jonah and prayer and the Lord in general. Every day things are getting better and her respect level for me is going up now that I’m not allowing myself to show any anger or frustration. When I don’t give in to her attitude, she gives up and then talks to me openly and we usually end up having a wonderful convo

  • What about a newly adult child (18,19) that still lives in ur house but is disrespectful to the point they curse out their mom daily… won’t work toward education goals and is just plain lazy… Refuses to get a job and keep it longer then a few weeks..
    My god friend and neighbor is goin thru this.. Apparently there’s a lot of resentment over moms attention to a special needs sibling that required a lot of care.(The sibling had a congenital heart condition and autism)

  • here coz of my online classes but for Pete’s sAKE! I’ve watched this before HAHA. i love ted ed videos so much that i binge watch them lol

  • I don’t see how checking homework is the same as being authoritarian. If anything, it shows your child you want to be involve in the things they do especially something as important as school. And nothing is wrong with watching T.V. it’s how, when, and what programs they watch that matters. And there needs to be some kind of discipline, not sure if spanking and yelling helps reinforce it thought.

  • Confidence is the ability which helps you to overcome all your challenge and obstacles in your life. so never loose your confidence.

  • 0:06 when you face with a big challenge
    0:08 where potential failure seems to look at every corner
    0:11 maybe you heard this advice before
    0:13 “be more confident”
    0:15 and most likely this is what you think when you hear it
    0:19 “if only it were that simple”
    0:21 but what is confidence?
    0:23 take the belief that you are valuable, worthwhile, and capable

  • Growth and fixed mindset are pseudoscience. Interestingly when it said ‘it has been proven by neuroscientists’ it continues with ‘the connections in the brain do get stronger and grow with study and practice’, that is literally what happens when you learn, always. (Fatty rings around axons create better connections, because the electricity going through the axon can move faster and is less prone to interference is what they mean here) Having a mindset alone isn’t going to get you anywhere, but practicing itself is already wired in the brain to be a great way to improve. If you are a person to always try again, well yes, then of course you’ll finally succeed, bc you have the guts to try:) So I guess, get that mindset, but don’t forget to act on it continuously

  • Confidence is an ongoing practice. As life changes, so does your confidence. I believe it’s an aspect of our wellbeing and It needs to be nurtured.

  • It goes back to the intention and the heart that the parents performed the discipline in. We need to be realize that spanking can be done in a loving manner or in an abusive manner. But there is something about breaking the spirit of a child and parents who are detached. I think this is the root of many evils in our society.

  • When i face a challenge
    1 i accept it confidently
    2 self doubt
    3 study n research too much
    4 overthink
    5 makes mistakes
    6 work hard
    7 completes it anyhow
    8 i get awesome results����

  • Every Failure Is A Step Closer To Success
    you guys have no idea how much this has helped me. i need to compete in a short track competition and i know i will be embarrassed, but after watching this video, i have gained more confidence knowing that every failure is a step closer to success

  • I’m glad came across this video. It proves the essence of what I do as an educator not only builds relationships that last forever, but helps my kids learn in my present class and the classes they’ll embark upon in the future. Thanks!!!

  • Ha! Sure! So I even asked the sibling to relay what I needed done, then I watched the reaction. It was still an attitude with moving lips that I couldn’t hear. So what suggestions do you have for that?

  • My child was known as a good and respectful son. He reaches this age 24 no complain from me and from others. I dont know what seems to be the problem and he acted this rudeness on me. He gave me 2 dollars (100PhilippinePeso) everyday to support me and his sister for one whole day. I spend it very cautiously and it so happened he got mad at me for the reason that the another 10usd that he was given to her sister was also been spent without me knowing. And this was the main issue. He got mad for accusing me that i am not contented for the 2 dollars that was alloted as our daily expenses for our meal ( her sister and i)

    I do not know where he is coming from. And i cannot believe he throw ill words to me. He almost pick his rubber shoe and aiming to hit me with that. And also he was telling me if i want him to do bit me like what her father was doing to me when that bitch is mad at me. I believe that i was raised him to be a good person and i was shocked that he acted that way. I have no way to do help him to understand that it is not true but he just listen to reply not to understand. I was so hurtful.i saw him like his father’s behavior. Im so saddened i experience it again after a year of being separated with his father. Shame on me. I failed.as a mother.

  • What about all those people who never have anxiety to talk to someone? Those who are so handsome and pretty that everyone is nice to them and they become popular? And those who don’t even have to study to get a better grade than me who studied?

    How do I become like them? I really want to know…

  • It’s hard when you’re in a divorce situation and the disrespect is unacceptable so I’m so tired I’m her mom and I’m 56 she’s almost 15 and is going through a lot with her dad not being there for a couple of years due to a girlfriend now that she acted out with drugs he has come back in her life. I can’t even explain its so hard for me how she treats me. If I take her phone away she goes nuts called

  • parents please watch Rickey smiley message to kids who disrespect their parents AND dont let your kids keep you in bondage. Enough of sweet talk to this ungrateful GENERATION.

  • My mom spanked me almost every week when I was 6-10 years old, I learned discipline, honesty and respect. When my younger brother arrived it was the time TV advocated for no spanking, so they never spanked my brother, he turned out the opposite as I did. I was always top at class, he was at the bottom. I never asked my parents to buy me anything I knew they couldn’t afford, my brother demaned to have whatever his friends had. Anyways, spanking works! At least try to discipline your children.

  • 1st time i watch this video..i am a mum if 4..i already try my best to be a gd mum..but….i always sit down n think back where did i do wrong until my kids rude to me..i sometime can cry bymeslf..should i ignore them until they say sorry..? Help me please..thanks..

  • I have very VERY low self esteem. I had a hard time asking my cousin’s girlfriend if I could go the the bathroom cause i was too afraid.

  • Here is the best way to build confidence,
    just listen to this video and trust me you won’t regret it.

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  • i just watched in my class and this really helps i came to watch it again for better understand an i also subbed and liked your vid you guys boost my confidence

  • Hi we live you videos! Can you refer to a video if you made one of recommended consequences for 7 year old boy? If not can u help us with some ideas? Thanks

  • I guess I’m looking for help early in my journey. I worked with kids since I was 10 years old and thought parenting would be so easy, but no, parenting is hard. I have a 5 year old who is disrespectful and I have a hard time with consequences for him. I hear a lot that the “punishment should match the crime” but the only real privileges he has right now are screen time and desert. What do I do?

  • My parents screams at us alot my parents said one day that we are not the parents who let their child do that others do my friends wear cute clothes like hoodie, overalls,and so many I’m only wearing pant shirts and long dresses I hate these clothes. The only thing that will get rid of me is I will suicide one day or I wish I was DEAD I WILL WITH THESE PARENTS. OH GOD HELP ME. I WANT SOMEONE TO ADOPT E BUT IM TOO OLD. I DONT LIKE THEM.

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  • Bull fucking shit. Succeed can mean anytime from having a huge family or earning a million dollar salary or being peaceful and content with a min wage job or anything. Success is as subjective as peoples favorite color. Parenting also varies according to culture, social and economic class, political environment, education level and so on. Stop trying to shape your destiny. You cant. Just live. Whatever happen happen. Smile.