Why do kids have such a crippling fear of failure? How can you help them learn to fail gracefully? And why is failure so important to begin with?
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Dr. Ellen Ochoa might never have become the first Latina woman to travel to space in 1993.
You open your phone to a flood of notifications.
In lower school, it starts with a check plus. In middle school, you transition to grades.
This week, I spoke to two moms who both emphasized that when they try to give their children advice, their kids “don’t listen to them!”
If you’ve ever had an email waiting in your inbox, begging for a reply, you know “just do it” is easier said than done. You press “snooze” and give yourself a free pass to reply later.
Your kid’s school day just ended.
It's officially back-to-school season! Whether you are starting middle school or entering your last year of high school, we want to support you to start the year off on a high note!
There’s no denying it: the transition from middle to high school is one of the toughest, most high stakes transitions in a young student’s life. Will they thrive and come into their own? Or will they fall behind with college applications looming?
Last week I spoke to 10 parents whose daughters lacked confidence in math. I remembered when I got a C+ on my honors math test. Teachers told me to drop the advanced track instead of addressing the very real gender gap - I was one of three girls in my class - and empowering me to stick with it.