I think a way students and people in general can become more resilient is for them to appreciate the seemingly little things they take for granted in life. In comparison to others, we at ABRHS are very lucky. We have food, water, security, clothing, education, etc. We do not have to wake up and think: Will I still be alive tomorrow? In the moment, I understand that it is challenging for students to accept the fact that they did not receive a grade that satisfied them. However, that is only ONE grade. Life is a marathon, not a sprint. No one is perfect and can get 'perfect' grades all the time. We need to conserve our energy for the long run in order to focus on the bigger picture in life. There are several grades that a student will receive in their education, but those letters and numbers do not define who he/she is. What about personality? Other talents that are not accessed in school? Students need to realize that 'failure' is normal.
You are way ahead of the game, Rebecca. Kudos. Thanks for sharing. Stay resilient and you will go far.
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Origins Of Nations
Unit I: Rome And Early Middle Ages
Unit IV: Africa
Unit VIII: The Northern Renaissance And Reformation
Unit VII: The Renaissance
Unit VI: Origins Of Nations
Unit V: The Late Middle Ages
Univ III: Byzantine Empire