In an excerpt from their book, Hacking Deficit Thinking, Bryan McClure and Kelsie Reed examine how by taking a strength-based approach to education, parents and teachers can help students develop their skills and talents to realize their full potential. By helping kids figure out what they’re good at, building their strengths, and practice using them daily we help them feel happier, experience more flow, and find balance by doing activities they enjoy. Educators and parents who use a strength-based approach help children become more invested in their learning and more engaged in the classroom. 

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