All parents want their children to do well. They give them help when needed and try to see them through the tough times. Some are even overprotective, sheltering their kids from failure or disappointment. But for all the well-meaning support parents offer their kids, they may also be keeping them from learning a critical skill: how to bounce back all on their own. The Agenda welcomes Michael Unger to discuss how to teach resilience to children.
Episode:
Ontario's Education Equity Plan; Making Kids More Resilient
Aired:
Nov 14, 2017
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