Promote Self Esteem

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The main issue is how to promote or enhance self-esteem of students. There is no magic rope to make a student full of self-confidence and capable to solve its own problems. It is difficult to suggest specific practices and give a structure to enhance people their self-esteem. However, by literature there are main guiding lines and instructions which highlight the core key factors promoting self-esteem. It is important to mention some of the aspects of self-esteem. Self-liking, self-competence, self-compassion are concepts interrelated and overlapped. This interrelation is one of the main goals of studies in the field of psychology. Literature mention that low self-esteem is a danger factor which make a child involved in bullying as a victim.…show more content…
Many teachers during their interviews have shared the above arguments. However, types of one-parent family have been increased. Parental divorce leads children to experience negative and, sometimes, detrimental consequences. Of course, there are cases of remarried families within children face emotional and behavioral problems and adjustments. Furthermore, children of divorced parents may have less access to healthcare resources and lowered nutrition. Sometimes, mother spends more time working and bringing money for the household expenditures. Thus, she has less time for the child. Also, during the divorce process children may face tensions and conflicts, which is a very traumatic experience. This problematic situation affects self-esteem components. Recent studies show that adults with divorced parents suffer from less self-concept, more anxiety and depression. Stressful events by a divorce and family dysfunctions increases the instability of self-esteem of…show more content…
Through family relations, children observe and learn patterns of behavior and emotional actions. B2.School Climate and self esteem A school climate is vital as family climate. A school director as a headmaster plays important role for his school safety and rules. A school director should have the strength to do changes in school matters in order to have an effective learning school environment. He or she should behave as a leader with stable principles (Kasiora & Ntafoulis, 2015) Here, is should be noted that Roger T.Johnson, et.al (1981,p.33) note that “ cooperative learning experiences promoted higher self-esteem to a greater degree than competitive and individualist learning experiences”. They continue that “Students in the cooperative condition perceived the teacher as being more accepting of them as persons than did the students in the competitive and individualistic
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