How to Teach Teens About the Importance of Failure | Choices Ideabook

Editor’s note: It’s hard to accept, but failure might actually be good for you. Choices teacher-advisor Amy Lauren Smith—a sixth to eighth grade health teacher at the Shanghai American School in Shanghai, China, and the brilliant mind behind our Teacher’s Guide each month—explains how she helped her students understand this important lesson.

Source: How to Teach Teens About the Importance of Failure | Choices Ideabook

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