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Top tips on motivation and goal setting with your child webinar

Rachel Kidson

Motivation and Goal Setting

Rachel Kidson (Maths Author and Educational Psychology Lead) will share some of the latest research on Motivation and Goal Setting. Setting goals gives your child long-term vision and short-term motivation! It focuses their mind, and helps them to organise their time and resources so that they can make the most of life.

We discuss hot topics such as intrinsic motivation, whether we should use rewards and sanctions, habit stacking and the dreaded question “When will I ever need this in real life…” The session is jam-packed with useful takeaways for you to try out at home and hopefully start the new year with a bang!


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