“Research suggests that when parents praise effort vs. ability, children develop a stronger work ethic and become more motivated.” Let's broaden the scope.
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According to an article in The New York Times, “Research suggests that when parents praise effort rather than ability, children develop a stronger work ethic and become more motivated.” Let’s broaden the scope a little. John and I encourage parents to applaud the process, which includes the effort, as well as the product. The level…