As a teacher or parent, you want your students to have a successful future. But if your child has low self-esteem, he is likely to lack decision-making skills and perform tasks inefficiently, which can also impact his success. As a mentor, you must practice ways to build strong self-esteem in your students. Always deliver goal-oriented and constructive feedback that highlights the positive traits of your student. Set realistic expectations and achievable goals to develop a sense of ownership and confidence in your child. Encourage children to learn from their mistakes and practice healthy communication for an open discussion over their issues. For more guidance, contact CIEES. We can provide you with learning resources and licensure support to let you help your students in the best way.
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