November 12, 2019 | 0 comments

Self-confidence is power in education.

 

Teachers give you confidence

 

How many times have you heard that.  It is true that self-confidence is the key to quick progression and better understanding in everything you do.  A self-confident student has more chance of progressing in education.

So what is self-confidence.  Self-confidence is about believing in your own abilities. It encourages students to take risks, express their creativity in classroom assignments and invest in the work they produce at school. A self-confident child or adult is more likely to be optimistic and motivated and have a “can do” rather than a “can’t do” attitude to classroom learning and education.
How can we help self-confidence in our students, Fortunately, parents and teachers can make a difference by giving a positive self-image, encouraging independence, and helping students who are finding it hard to get the right support.

It has been proved that poor self-confidence holds students back in education and even worse it hinders them after their schooling career.

People with low self-esteem, low self-confidence who feel poorly about themselves usually feel inferior to others which affects their true potential in life. They are normally left behind due to the insecurity they have and this definitely affects their education and careers.  Let’s face it a confident interviewee is more likely to get the job then a low-confident one.  People with low confidence or low esteem normally feel defeated before they even start, they accept poor treatment from friends partners etc.

here is a list of negative reasons that people with  low-confidence and low self-esteem have.
  • Poor academic performance
  • High  pregnancy
  • Dropping out of school
  • Earlier sexual activity
  • Criminal behaviour
  • Alcohol and drug abuse
  • Eating disorders
Low self-esteem is more than an unpleasant feeling. It takes a toll on our lives.

So how can you help yourself, here are some ways.

  1.  Find good role models, positive peers.  Remember you are in control of the people who you surround yourself with.  Are they positive, intelligent, can they help you progress and can they  instill self-confidence.
  2.  Set achievable goals.   This helps you to experience achievement and makes you proud when you succeed this gives you a sense of accomplishment and drives you to go forward and do better.  In education you need to find a teacher that instills this in you. A good teacher will pave the way and put you in good stead for the future.
  3. Stay positive.  Challenge your negative thoughts, stay positive and tell yourself that you will succeed.  Ask yourself why, the next time you have a negative thought. Creating and surrounding yourself with positive thoughts is one of the best ways to challenge low-esteem.

Teachers at English-Study-Online help not only to educate students, but to give them confidence for tackling the outside world.

 

 

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