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 Originally made to help our School Direct trainees plan what they will do - but useful for everyone.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...
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."
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