Monthly Archives: October 2012

The marshmallow test and the guidance of a mentor figure

One of the most popular psychological experiments today is the marshmallow test as it is funny to observe and it has some serious implications. The experiment, which asks young children to resist eating the marshmallow in front of them in … Continue reading

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A shift in perception: What if at-risk students hold great potential?

Have students failed themselves when they can’t catch up in their classes? Are they beyond hope when they’ve come to the point of dropping out? Or is it because the system and the educators have actually failed them?   These … Continue reading

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