Do you help children and young people to identify diverse role models and goal models?

Role models (people you want to be like) and goal models (people you'd like to be) are significant in driving learners' motivation, and guiding where they want to focus and direct their efforts. Making sure there's a good and appropriate range of different people to aspire to is important for helping learners to develop their own potential and fuel their own motivation to succeed.
No, not at all
Yes, I do this a lot, and very effectively


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