The Power of Expectations: Studying the Pygmalion Effect in Tutoring and Mentorship

How Expectations of a tutor can effect a students performance

How do the expectations of a teacher effect a students performance? In the realm of education, the Pygmalion Effect, also known as the Observer-Expectancy Effect, holds profound implications for both educators and learners alike. Coined by psychologist Robert Rosenthal in 1963, this phenomenon asserts that high expectations can lead to improved performance in a given […]