Strategies to Build Self-Confidence In the Classroom and at Home
The example you provide for your kids or students makes the greatest impact on their self-confidence. However, there are activities, exercises, and practices that parents and teachers can do to help increase children’s confidence and self-esteem. Children with self-confidence believe in their competence and abilities, and confident children become confident adults who can overcome fears and clear obstacles in the way of their goals. Confidence wards off low self-esteem and can improve academic performance.