Main findings that are important for all teachers to know: - Children who were praised for their intelligence were more likely to choose future tasks that they thought would make them look smart....
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Big Life Journal also explains how to define Growth Mindset to children with an infographic or anchor chart that can be displayed in classrooms.
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Explaining neuroplasticity to students: Neuroplasticity is the ability for the brain to be rewired. Changing old habits by building different and positive pathways allowing brain grow through exp...
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Using pictures books is also a great and effective way of teaching what neuroplasticity means and how it plays an important role in Growth Mindset.
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I believe building grit and resiliency in children is fundamental in learning.
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A great visual for educators in how to strategize questions and feedback for all kinds of work. Rather than providing just a "good job" comment, how can we structure our feedback to induce more co...
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Jim Kwik expresses that there are no such thing as good or bad memories, but we can always learn from any memories. He also emphasizes that showing gratitude is healthy and positive to your mind a...
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http://peopleforeducation.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/MWM-Social-Emotional-Learning.pdf Dr. Stuart Shanker not only explains the SEL Core Competencies, but also provides information on differ...
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Random Acts of Kindness Organization provides valuable SEL resources and activities that align with promoting Growth Mindset in classroom, school and community.
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Roots of Empathy is a rich social emotional learning program founded by Mary Gordon where it fosters kindness and prosocial behaviours within a classroom community. A mother and her baby would...
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List of mentor texts to support Growth Mindset in the classroom and at home! One of my favourite topics for discussion is resiliency - how to get up once you fall. Recognize that "i've fallen emot...
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Differentiation can come in 3 or 4 forms: 1. content 2. process 3. product 4. learning environment (Peter DeWitt on Education Week, 2016) Allowing students to feel success in their specific...
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