Gratitude Builds Character and Health | Edutopia

Gratitude Builds Character and Health | Edutopia.

Just a quote I love in this article:

..”For teachers, the message is clear: Don’t be stingy with your appreciation. Show gratitude for things you “expect” to happen, such as children putting their things where they are supposed to, paying attention, sitting relatively quietly, asking good questions, helping classmates, turning in their homework on time, reading or speaking clearly in class. You will find that these actions will become much more contagious and your students will feel better about themselves and being in school. Note that expressions of gratitude are not the same as praise. They are personal statements from you to your students saying how their actions help you and/or the class in some tangible way.”…

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