A Growth Mind-Set: How can our Kids be Empowered? - ParentEd

Episode 59

Published on:

6th Jul 2022

A Growth Mind-Set: How can our Kids be Empowered?

Raising children comes with a myriad of challenges and concerns, be it physical, psychological or academical. Despite these stresses, can parents raise resilient children with a Growth mind-set? How can a Growth mind-set empower and enable our children to thrive as they grow and mature?

Join our host, June Yong, who chats with Jocelyn Wee, a mother of 3 and an educator who teaches primary and secondary school kids critical life skills. Speaking of the Growth mind-set, Jocelyn shares practical handles such as the power of "yet" and gives examples of how to model, encourage and help your child implement and practice it.


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