How Children Succeed: by Paul Tough  Key Takeaways, Analysis & Review by Eureka

How Children Succeed: by Paul Tough Key Takeaways, Analysis & Review

By Eureka

  • Release Date: 2015-08-10
  • Genre: Study Aids
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How Children Succeed: by Paul Tough | Key Takeaways, Analysis & Review
How Children Succeed by Paul Tough is a journalistic review of the most recent research connecting success in adulthood with character development in childhood, and the programs that use character to motivate and teach low-performing children to become high achievers. Most school curricula and measures of future success for children are historically rooted in cognitive indicators like math ability, language skills, and critical thinking. While those indicators are significant factors in future success, even children who score high in cognitive indicators struggle if they have low non-cognitive indicator scores. Non-cognitive indicators, including conscientiousness and grit, are also known as character traits.
This companion to How Children Succeed includes:
• Overview of the book
• Important People
• Key Takeaways
• Analysis of Key Takeaways
• and much more!


  • Wow

    By xHabibtix
    It is evident that Tough provides a thoroughly researched book offering a convincing argument for parental intervention in the midst of the rising focus of test scores. There is so much useful information that I could not put it here, as they go on to do a complete chapter breakdown that goes to further educate you on the specifics.
  • Recommended!

    By AleciaWhite
    This book explores the subject about how children become successful, and what important roles the childhood play in their life. The book is an analysis of the original book, but it's super easy to understand and it's very short and compact. I enjoyed reading this book and I recommend the book.
  • Perfect

    By Mike.Parks
    The analysis and review of "How Children Succeed" is a great book for those people who don't have the time or cannot be bothered to read the original book, as it contains every important aspect of the original book and a bit more. It's perfect for writing assignments as it gives lots of indepth information, and thoughts that aren't in the book.