Confidence in Learning and in Life

Oct 23, 2020 | Schertz

As we’ve discussed, the importance of self-confidence in students should not be underestimated. A healthy sense of confidence is needed for your child to learn resiliency, embrace their full potential inside and outside the classroom, and develop valuable social skills. 

 

In this blog post, we will talk about how your child’s self confidence will not only improve their performance and behavior at school but also improve their attitude and relationships at home. Multiple studies have shown that a strong link exists between self-confidence and happiness, and as we all know, a happy child makes a happy home. 

Here are a few of the benefits to developing your child’s confidence: 

  1. Children become more assertive in expressing their needs and their thoughts, making the days of parents having to be mind readers a thing of the past  
  2. Confident children are also more confident in their ability to make decisions, making them less likely to succumb to peer pressure outside of the home 
  3. Able to form secure relationships, when confident children are more able to be fully present in the moments they find themselves, whether that be with friends or family (verses worrying and comparing themselves to others) 
  4. More resilient and better equipped to handle stress and setbacks, confident kids have a reduced need to act out when feeling the pressures of life 
  5. Last but not least, our most favorite (and we know it’ll be your favorite as well), no more arguing about homework     

Confidence, and a lack of confidence, affects every facet of our lives. Maintaining a healthy level of confidence not only affects your child's performance at school but it continues to benefit them long after they leave their classrooms. 

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