Learned helplessness seems to be a widespread epidemic in elementary schools these days. Here's five steps to erase learned helplessness from your students' brains.

5 Steps to Erase Learned Helplessness

Learned helplessness seems to be a widespread epidemic in elementary schools these days. Here's five steps to erase learned helplessness from your students' brains.

Learned helplessness is behavior typical of a human or non-human animal that has endured repeated painful or otherwise aversive stimuli which it was unable to escape or avoid. After such experience, the organism often fails to learn escape or avoidance in new situations where such behavior would be effective. In other words, the organism learned that it is helpless in aversive situations, that it has lost control, and so it gives up trying. is the view that clinical depression and related…

Learned helplessness is behavior typical of a human or non-human animal that has endured repeated painful or otherwise aversive stimuli which it was unable to escape or avoid. After such experience, the organism often fails to learn escape or avoidance in new situations where such behavior would be effective. In other words, the organism learned that it is helpless in aversive situations, that it has lost control, and so it gives up trying. is the view that clinical depression and related…

What Causes Learned Helplessness?

What Causes Learned Helplessness?

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As students progress through elementary school grades, we often see a worsening of learned helplessness. Do you have students who shut down? Could they solve a problem if they really tried, but they just won't? Are they constantly asking for help or putting forth minimal effort? Read and watch a video about why this happens, and learn how to fix it, at A Peach for the Teach.

As students progress through elementary school grades, we often see a worsening of learned helplessness. Do you have students who shut down? Could they solve a problem if they really tried, but they just won't? Are they constantly asking for help or putting forth minimal effort? Read and watch a video about why this happens, and learn how to fix it, at A Peach for the Teach.

Building Your Resiliency: Avoiding Learned Helplessness and Changing Your Explanatory Style

Learned Helplessness Destroys Resiliency

Building Your Resiliency: Avoiding Learned Helplessness and Changing Your Explanatory Style

Feeling Powerless; Overcoming Learned Helplessness

Feeling Powerless; Overcoming Learned Helplessness

Learned helplessness is a feeling of having no control over a situation and being powerless to finding a solution that can change their fearful, painful or limiting position(s).

Students LEARN to sit back and wait for someone else to do it for them. Read how to break learned helplessness in students with disabilities.

Learned Helplessness in Students with Disabilities

Students LEARN to sit back and wait for someone else to do it for them. Read how to break learned helplessness in students with disabilities.

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