Children who are often praised for their intelligence may be more likely to escape complex difficult tda7294

Children who are often praised for their intelligence may be more likely to avoid complex problems. For many years, the popularity of the theory of education is to improve students’ self-esteem and self-confidence. This theory makes the teachers tend to give praise and affirmation in the success of the students, in order to establish the self-confidence of the students. Now, however, more and more teachers realize that too much and vague "empty praise" does not bring long-term benefits to students. U.S. media reports, the latest research in psychology and brain research shows that educators should be clear and scientific expression of praise for students. Those who have not been able to obtain the praise does not really help students, abuse of praise is the result of missing many important learning opportunities for students. The new education "fashion language" should be "perseverance", "adventure", "environment" and so on. These pay more attention to the students in the process of sweat and effort, rather than just let the students get warm but vague praise. "We always think, we can put the students required self-esteem through these praise transfer to them," Stanford University psychologist Carol duvic said, "but now I found that doing so would backfire." Dwek in the United States and other places of the school’s research found that similar to "you really smart" praise also has a negative impact on Montgomerie. Students who are often praised for their cleverness will be more likely to escape from the complex and difficult tasks, because they are afraid that their "intelligence" will be tainted by a failure. However, being praised for trying and adventurous child is on the contrary, they are very aware of their intelligence is not innate, but through constantly learning new knowledge gradually accumulated. These children are more likely to enjoy the challenge and achieve greater success. Brain images show that when people learn new knowledge, the connections between neurons in the cerebral cortex increase and can be strengthened by practice. Science has confirmed that this connection can inspire students to be willing to work hard.相关的主题文章: