It discusses experiments with kids, showing that praising a kid's good performance by saying "you're smart" actually led them to perform worse on subsequent tasks, while praising them with "you worked hard" led them to perform better, and to have more fun on subsequent tasks.
It reminds me of that article going around on FB about how you should tell kids "I really enjoyed watching you play soccer" rather than "you are really good at soccer/"
Something interesting to keep in mind. Those with older LO's, have you ever thought about/ tried this?
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