Confidence In School

vs. doubt

Trusting and acting on my own judgment and abilities

To practice Confidence, I will:

  • learn from criticism
  • communicate assertively
  • recognize that past negative life experiences do not dictate my future
  • overcome worry
  • visualize success

Confidence in the Classroom

How many times have you started a test, a presentation, or an interview, and your mind went blank? The panic that ensues guarantees that your mind will stay blank. It takes Confidence to steady the nerves and allow the mind to recall. What about those times when negative thoughts crowd your head? It takes Confidence to push those aside and replace them with realistic and positive thinking.

Students today face these same challenges at a much younger age than I was. Encouraging Confidence in the classroom is needed now more than ever. Confidence allows them to take risks, try new things, and persevere in facing challenges. In the elementary classroom, where students are still developing their self-esteem and sense of self-worth, Confidence is essential to their mental health. Students who feel Confident in their abilities are less likely to feel stressed or anxious about schoolwork. This is because they believe in themselves and their ability to succeed.

 How will you uplift your students with Confidence?



The Links below will take you to Resources you can use in the classroom or in homeschool
to teach the Character Quality of Confidence.
Our other Pillars have resources that can be used in an educational setting or for education professionals.

Visit Confidence in Business>>

Power Up with Character
Interview Questions
Adult Business Books

Visit Confidence in the Community>>

Character All Month Calendar
Related Qualities
Character Holiday Activities
Family Activity (with a printable for sending home to parents)

Visit Confidence in Faith>>

Christian Family Activity
Bible Verses
Christian Poster
Prayer and Reflections
Archived Resources