Moving Past Learned Helplessness

This week I have been focusing my research around indicator A, of ISTE Coaching Standard 3:“Establish trusting and respectful coaching relationships that encourage educators to […]

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Learned Helplessness Attacks!

Learned helplessness: a behavior often seen when an individual believes they have no control over the outcome of a situation, regardless of the reality of their perceived control. “The motivational effect of learned helplessness is often seen in the classroom. Students who repeatedly fail may conclude that they are incapable of improving their performance, and […]

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