Improving Student Confidence: Tips for Teachers

Self-efficacy means believing in yourself to achieve goals. When students have self-efficacy, they’re more likely to take on tough challenges, work hard, and not give up easily. They think they can make things happen, and they don’t blame problems on outside things. This comes from improving student confidence.

Learning and Activity Centres: Core of a Student’s Life

Learning and activity centres in each classroom would help build up a positive and productive learning environment in the classroom. Students also feel a sense of belonging because of more camaraderie in small groups and increased student-student positive relationships.