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Teaching kids to be resilient

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Winston Churchill famously defined success as "stumbling from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.” Should we teach resilience in the classroom to prepare kids to succeed? Would it make sense for them to try new things, fail and recover? 

Yet a lot of kids spend their school years in fear of making mistakes that might affect their grade point average. They learn to follow instructions and play it safe at the time in their lives when failure has the lowest cost.

See how using zSpace encourages kids to get out of the comfort zone and develop a clear understanding of what works and what doesn’t. zSpace empowers students to “learn by doing” in an environment where it is easy to undo mistakes, make changes and not worry about material costs or clean up.

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