Complimenting and Correcting Children

Compliments and corrections are important because they influence children’s confidence, self-discipline, motivation, and learning. We need to respect children’s struggles and you’ll learn what to especially pay attention to when providing feedback. With fun examples, Dr. Kathy explains why specific compliments and corrections are better than statements such as “good” and “that’s unacceptable.” Differences between corrections and criticisms will be explained and modeled.

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