30 Things To Say If You Want To Teach Kids About Growth Mindset "I think it's okay to tell students they're smart, but why don't we encourage behavior and effort more specifically, too? Good place to refer back to when they run out of ideas." -mshfinley
At the end of the year, I have the graduation class give each other a positive comment as a graduation gift. The students will go to every laptop in the class and type a positive comment into a "Callout". These comments are shown at the graduation ceremony put together in a PowerPoint Presentation.
72 unique Growth Mindset Notes encourage middle school and high school students to believe they can learn anything and help them develop the attitudes, habits, and work ethics that will help them persevere through challenges and succeed in all subjects and classes! Ready to print, cut, and go – implement growth mindset today with these notes!
Stickers: Positive Comment Stickers that print on Labels
This product by Bespoke ELA contains a handout with five tips for writing effective comments during peer revision and coaches students on how to go about giving thoughtful, quality feedback on academic essays in a supportive and encouraging manner. Then, there are "Comment Cards" that are divided according to targeted writing skills that give students a menu of options for giving positive comments and constructive criticism. This is a great addition to any Writing Workshop!
Are you trying to help your students build their self esteem or to take pride in themselves? These 2 worksheets are ideal for doing just that. Students will write about positive events, positive comments from others, and positive self talk in order to sho
I pinned this for Task #7 because I love the idea of sending home notes or calling parents when their child is doing something well. Especially for parents who receive negative phone calls all too often, it is great for them to be reminded when their child does something positive.