Growth Mindset, What Can You Become lesson kick-off ... students create from a "mistake" ... use with goal setting and display all year as visual reminder that mistakes are not endpoints, but opportunities ...
If you don't have much space to work with, concentrate on building up instead of building out. These floating shelves, for instance, are stylish and practical. What makes them even better is their budget-friendly price tag—each one came out to just $40 in wood.
WealthQuest for Teens When you have that first and most important money conversation with your teen about setting a long-term financial goal, there are a few things to keep in mind: The goal your teen sets is a number and an age.
Are you teaching your students about growth mindset? Do they understand how the brain works? Use Your Fantastic Elastic Brain to deepen your students' understanding of growth mindset. This blog post will help you understand the what the book contains as well as a few tips and ideas for discussions and activities.
Giving Kids with LD & ADHD an Equal Opportunity to Learn 12/06/12 by Wrightslaw What is Universal Design for Learning?
This is a small group counseling lesson to help students learn about setting SMART goals. This is a a great way to begin any small group that you are running. SMART goals help students focus on the topic of the group, open up about what they want to improve or change, and over time feel a sense of accomplishment for making changes. Social Emotional Workshop
Reposting this because I just realized something. None of them have perfect bodies, but they are all beautiful and they have all met people that love them for their personalities, not what they look like. People say that kind of thing all the time, and I just realized it for myself. I love all three of them endlessly ❤️