Moeny, J. (2014, October 15). Study: ‘Pygmalion Effect’ Links Teacher Expectations to Student Success.

The study focuses on the Pygmalion Effect, the theory holding that higher expectations of a person lead to higher performance. The opposite can also be true: If low expectations are placed on someone, they’re more likely to perform poorly.LOTS of instruction here in terms of our expectations for students. Read more in this article.

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