growth mindset

The Most Powerful Word In Education – Education Article

Reading Time: 3 minutes What’s the most powerful word you can use in the classroom? We have to choose our words very carefully but most of the time they just spill out spontaneously “without thinking”. But words can make or break a mindset so what we say matters. We all know that the three most powerful words are “I forgive you” or ” I love you”. No dispute. According to Peter Greene (2018), the seven most powerful words in education…

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A Step Towards A Growth Mindset – The Teacher And The Admin – Education Article

I still remember the first time I walked into Yankee stadium. I was eight years old, with my father, and walking on air. At eight you idolize your dad, a stage in life before you see your parents’ flaws, before you realize that they’re human just like everyone else. At eight years old your dad is bigger than life; at least for me, mine was. Walking into that stadium was magical. I still remember how green the grass was, the…

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Create a Growth Mindset School: An Administrator’s Guide – Education Article

Create a Growth Mindset School: An Administrator’s Guide to Leading a Growth Mindset CommunityBy Mary Cay Ricci(Prufrock Press, 2018 – Learn more) Reviewed by Amy Klein Carol Dweck’s Mindset was first published in 2006, but it wasn’t until a bunch of years after that I finally held a copy in my hands. I’d heard that this growth mindset thinking had gotten the attention of educators. Feeling a little behind the times, I read with interest. I’ll never forget skimming the…

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Miles and Miles of Math by Alyson Parenteau… – Education Article

Miles and Miles of Mathby Alyson ParenteauScience Technology Magnet High School | New London, CT As a math teacher, the most common question my students ask is, “When am I ever going to use this?” In response, I’ve organized Making Math Career Connections days, when community members come into the classroom and tell us how they use math in their lives.  Engineers, computer scientists, members of the military, medical professionals and business people talk about how they use math in their…

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Developing a Growth Mindset in Struggling Readers – Education Article

By the time Samantha reached 4th grade, she had lost hope of keeping up with friends who liked to read books and her classmates. Samantha did not get good grades. She would not make the honor roll again this year. She never had. Samantha knew she was not dumb, far from it, but her reading was slow and confusing, and homework kept getting harder. “Why can’t I get the gist of the stories I am assigned to read,” she thought.”…

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Student Goal Setting Templates, One Word Examples, & Vision Boards – Teacher Reboot Camp – Education Article

“Goals. There’s no telling what you can do when you get inspired by them. There’s no telling what you can do when you believe in them. And there’s no telling what will happen when you act upon them.” – Jim Rohn The new year is a wonderful time to inspire your students to set goals and plan for academic and personal success. By helping your students set and achieve goals you also help them develop a growth mindset, which is…

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