Self-esteem and Achievement in Children
This paper examines the vital role adults play in instilling confidence and self-esteem in young children and ponders whether a high self-esteem automatically results in children achieving more than those with lower self-confidence.
# 66259 | 1,240 words | 4 sources | APA | 2006 |
Published on Jun 07, 2006 in Psychology (Child and Adolescent) , Education (General) , Child, Youth Issues (General)
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The writer of this paper explores the conflicting research which argues that high self-esteem in children does not necessary lead to higher achievements. This paper details the signs of low self-esteem in young children as well as tips and suggestions for improving a child's self-esteem. Also discussed in this paper is the correlation between children with low self-esteem problems and the rising incidents of school violence and the important role both parents and teachers must play in instilling a high level of self-confidence in young children from the start.
From the Paper:"Increasing your children's self-esteem is very important. We can see that now more than ever with all the killings in schools. Evidently these children are angry with someone or something. Listening to your children and teaching them how to control their anger is a very important technique that all parents need to learn before our children end up becoming extinct. When self-esteem is promotion in relation to achievement please make sure it fits that achievement."
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