Teachers' expression of gratitude can help their students

11/28/2011 | Edutopia.org

Rutgers University professor Maurice Elias touts the many benefits of expressing gratitude during the holidays and throughout the school year. Teachers who are liberal with their appreciation -- not to be confused with praise -- for students as they complete expected tasks will help build positive feelings and improve mental health among their students, he writes.

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