Measures of self-esteem

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Course Description

We’ve all seen a child beaming with pride when they’ve accomplished a task they’ve set out to do. Maybe it was simple, like crossing the street by themselves, or maybe it was complex, like getting first prize in a science fair. Either way, children (and adults) feel good when they accomplish a goal. This helps to build their self-esteem and make them feel confident and optimistic about themselves. This course will teach you how to help kids with low self-esteem.

Learning Outcomes

  • Kids who have healthy self-esteem tend to:
    • feel valued and accepted
    • feel confident that they can do what’s expected
    • feel proud of a job well done
    • think good things about themselves
    • feel prepared for everyday challenges

    Kids with low self-esteem often:

    • feel self-critical and are hard on themselves
    • feel insecure, or not as good as other kids
    • focus on the times they fail rather than the times they succeed
    • lack confidence
    • doubt their ability to do well at things

Course Content

Total learning: 4 lessons / 2 quizzes Time: 10 weeks

Instructor

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Specialized English Instructor

Hanan is an English language lover. She believes that it's an essential tool to empower non-native speakers to get equal opportunities to the native and bilingual speakers of the language.

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Includes

  • 46 hours on-demand video
  • 16 Articles
  • 39 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Language: English
  • Certificate of Completion

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