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Setting High Expectations

Setting High Academic Expectations

High expectations, research has demonstrated, lead to higher results through the ‘Pygmalion’ effect – that is, a student will become what is expected of them.

If a culture of low expectations is in place, the students in this classroom will achieve to the expectations set – so not very highly. The five techniques outlined in the chapter are extremely strong in their pedagogical value.


Wear white for Bravehearts

WANNABEES Family Play Town at Frenchs Forest has pledged its support for Bravehearts’ annual White Balloon Day, on tomorrow.

Staff and children will wear white and donate to the cause while engaging in some creative White Balloon Day-themed activities.

Wannabees manager Samantha O’Connor said it was important to provide a fun and engaging way for children to learn about the real world and its issues.

“We are hoping to teach the children and help empower them against sexual assault,” she said. Details: whiteballoonday.com.au

First published by Manly Daily Digital Edition 5 Sep 2013

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