End of Day Questions - able to identify what they didn't understand, what they need to work on, etc.

Question/Brain Break Bundle

End of Day Questions - able to identify what they didn't understand, what they need to work on, etc.

Weekly reflection from an original by @abbie_tucker adapted by @Ashley_Loynton and @chrishildrew

Growth Mindset Launch

Weekly reflection from an original by @abbie_tucker adapted by @Ashley_Loynton and @chrishildrew

Reflect on behaviour in lessons - Proforma to help you reflect behaviour when lessons did not meet your standards. Originally made to help our School Direct trainees plan what they will do - but useful for everyone.

Reflect on behaviour in lessons - Proforma to help you reflect behaviour when lessons did not meet your standards. Originally made to help our School Direct trainees plan what they will do - but useful for everyone.

From this article on teaching all students well:  "a 'student-centered mindset' goes beyond initial modifications: We pay close attention to individual students' progress and adjust our approaches throughout the year. If a student is struggling, our response isn't, "Well, that doesn't surprise me!" or "I've done my part—oh well." Instead, it's, "Why is this student struggling and what can we do to help?"  For example...

From this article on teaching all students well: "a 'student-centered mindset' goes beyond initial modifications: We pay close attention to individual students' progress and adjust our approaches throughout the year. If a student is struggling, our response isn't, "Well, that doesn't surprise me!" or "I've done my part—oh well." Instead, it's, "Why is this student struggling and what can we do to help?" For example...

Mindset Moments: Showcasing Student Growth. Take time to reflect on student learning and create “Mindset Moments.” To learn more about mindsets in the classroom, and especially the difference between fixed and growth mindsets, please check out my earlier post on this subject, "New Year, New Mindset."

Mindset Moments: Showcasing Student Growth. Take time to reflect on student learning and create “Mindset Moments.” To learn more about mindsets in the classroom, and especially the difference between fixed and growth mindsets, please check out my earlier post on this subject, "New Year, New Mindset."

Edgalaxy - Cool stuff for Nerdy Teachers - 25 Great Pinterest Boards for Educators

25 great Pinterest boards for educators

Edgalaxy - Cool stuff for Nerdy Teachers - 25 Great Pinterest Boards for Educators

Need a quick way to receive some feedback, reflection, assessment, or maybe to check on your staff climate? Download these ready-made exit tickets! Use for staff meetings, grade-level, PLC meetingsor place in staff mailboxes ANYTIME!INCLUDED IN THIS FILE:*Twelve different questions (three tickets per page) six different color backgrounds*Two pages of tickets (six different colors) to fill out your own questions***BE SURE TO CHECK OUT MY "EXIT TICKETS FOR STUDENTS" AT MY TPT SHOP***HOW TO…

Exit Tickets for Staff (Principals/Activity Leaders)

Need a quick way to receive some feedback, reflection, assessment, or maybe to check on your staff climate? Download these ready-made exit tickets! Use for staff meetings, grade-level, PLC meetingsor place in staff mailboxes ANYTIME!INCLUDED IN THIS FILE:*Twelve different questions (three tickets per page) six different color backgrounds*Two pages of tickets (six different colors) to fill out your own questions***BE SURE TO CHECK OUT MY "EXIT TICKETS FOR STUDENTS" AT MY TPT SHOP***HOW TO…

The Leader in Me: The 7 Habits of Happy Kids - Reflection Pages.  One for each habit!. If you're a user experience professional, listen to The UX Blog Podcast on iTunes.

The Leader in Me: The 7 Habits of Happy Kids - Reflection Pages. One for each habit!. If you're a user experience professional, listen to The UX Blog Podcast on iTunes.

"Worksheet with list of functions that precalculus students ought to come to know very very well (y=x, y=x^2, y=x^3, y=x^-1, y=x^1/2, etc). Early in the year, I spend five minutes of class having students fill out as much of the first page as they can and then I collect them (but don't grade them). We repeat this off and on until most people can do the whole page in five minutes. Later, we do the same thing with the second page (trig, log and exponential functions).

"Worksheet with list of functions that precalculus students ought to come to know very very well (y=x, y=x^2, y=x^3, y=x^-1, y=x^1/2, etc). Early in the year, I spend five minutes of class having students fill out as much of the first page as they can and then I collect them (but don't grade them). We repeat this off and on until most people can do the whole page in five minutes. Later, we do the same thing with the second page (trig, log and exponential functions).

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