Student resiliency helped kids cope with the challenges of learning amid a pandemic. Students of all ages conquered new challenges and did their best to endure. Just because kids were resilient doesn’t imply they didn’t struggle or fell behind in school. COVID-19 will require academic and emotional support for many young students to regain lost learning experiences and skills.
No vulnerability means no resilience. Nor does resiliency imply an optimistic outlook. Student resiliency refers to a student’s ability to overcome adversity.
CHARACTERSISTICS OF A RESILIENT STUDENT
- Children who develop resilience can better cope with disappointment, failure, loss, and change.
- Academic resilience is achieving academic success despite adversity.
- Students that are resilient are more likely to succeed in new situations, people, or experiences.
FIVE METHODS FOR IDENTIFYING AND DEVELOPING STUDENT RESILIENCE:
# 1 Taking Support
Asking for help gives children confidence and opens opportunities to success.
# 2 Identify strengths
Identifying strengths rather than faults enhances students’ self-esteem.
# 3 Recognize Lessons In Setbacks
Students who learn from setbacks are more responsible, receptive to aid, and flexible. When students learn from adversity, they can find solutions!
# 4 Plan Ahead
When kids suffer, they tend to lower their goals. Setting goals for kids fosters motivation and purpose.
# 5 After Failure, Tries Again
Everyone fails, but not everyone is willing to try again.
IN DIFFICULT TIMES, RESILIENCE IS REQUIRED
During the pandemic, many students struggled academically and emotionally. The talents and strategies of some will take time and support. If your child needs guidance or support for the new school year, Tiger Campus can help. Our tailored lesson plan will help pupils succeed. In order to achieve academic success, our experienced and certified tutors focus on personal growth and personalized support.