As part of the back-to-school process, I’ve written an article for one of my publishers:  Free Spirit Publishing on countering what I call the ”stupid-head syndrome.”  This is the feeling that kids develop as they begin school that they’re not as smart as their peers.  There are several factors that account for this syndrome including not doing well on tests, having peers tell you you’re stupid, or just running yourself down for no reason at all.  Thinking that you’re stupid is just . . . well . . . stupid!

Here’s a link to that article.

Enjoy the school year!

Multiple Intelligences: 8 Ways Kids Are Smart

 

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