"Without confidence, we don't really work together, we just coordinate or cooperate, at best. It is confidence that turns into a team or a group of individuals. Remember that teamwork starts by constructing confidence, and they can only do that by overcoming our need for invulnerability"
The difference can boil down to confidence between a student giving up or succeeding in school. Minority middle school students are getting better grades, retaining confidence in their teachers and school. A new study shows that they also go on to college more often than their peers who lose confidence. But a compassionate teacher with high expectations can earn that confidence back— and help their students succeed.
They learn who and what they can trust as students grow into adulthood. This includes what is referred to as institutional trust. Young people learn to trust or distrust institutions, such as police, schools, or government, through their own experiences and by watching these entities in action.
Intends To Accomplish
- Trust yourself.
- Improve relationship between students.
- Improve communication.
- Deepening commitment.
- Promoting cooperation.
- Common language of confidence.
- Strengths that can be leveraged.