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Creating Positive Classroom Culture With Encouraging Language (Video)

Suney Park, a 6th grade teacher at Eastside College Prep in East Palo Alto, Calif., shares how using encouraging language in the classroom can boost academic success. By referring to her students as "scholars" and "scientists," Park builds their self-esteem and creates a positive learning environment.

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