Giving…space and respecting the zone of proximal development allows children to develop both competence and confidence in their internal locus of control because they feel they are in charge of their own challenges and development. Children who are pushed or pulled too much risk developing an external locus of control because they aren’t controlling their development; instead, external factors are, and the foundation for their self-esteem becomes shaky.
Quote ID: 00329
Jessica Joelle Alexander, Iben Dissing Sandahl
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