Laughology for schools delivers growth mind-set and happiness for increasing SAT’s
Neuroscience is helping us understand further how we can help our children and young people achieve their potential and beyond.
Research by Stanford University's Dr. Dweck, Lisa Blackwell Ph.D., and their colleagues shows the more we help young people and children believe that intelligence can be developed and is not set in our genes the greater the motivation in school, better grades, and higher test scores. Dweck calls this Growth Mindset.
When students and educators have a growth mindset they focus on improvement instead of worrying about how smart they are. They work hard to learn more and get smarter. Couple this with confidence, resilience and skills to believe in themselves even in challenging times and this is your recipe for success. Not just in school but into adult hood too.
At Laughology we deliver a series of sessions for young people and children to help them think differently and be happy, confident children who take charge of their learning. We call this happy-centred learning.
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