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Do your students have a growth mindset? Use the learning pit in your upper elementary classroom to model how to develop a growth mindset.
Cerissa Myers saved to Grit
In class we have been learning all about how our learning journey works and how learning is not always easy. We have been trying to push ourselves with all of the tasks we are given. We read a book…
Caren Bueshi saved to Visible Learning
Most children are afraid to fail and, as parents and teachers, we naturally want our children to succeed. But what if we recognized failure is good and a crucial step on the path to learning? Here are 7 ways to teach children about the gift of failure, and how to do it skillfully.
My favorite part about getting ready for back to school is getting all of the bulletin boards set up around my classroom. Here are some of my favorite ideas.
Cyrene Chandler saved to Teaching math
We have been talking about the learning pit. We made this poster to remind us of the stages people go through when they are faced with some really challengi...
Callie Caldwell saved to School ideas
I LOVE this learning pit because the end is HIGHER than the BEGINNING.
AMY O'CONNOR saved to Visible Learning TOGETHER
February has been a busy month in first grade. We've passed the mid-point of the school year which means we are diving into the deepest parts of our learning. This is both exciting and challenging. We've had to spend a bit of time re-building our class as a team to get ready to solve problems together and rise to our best selves as learners. You can continue to support your student outside of school by making sure they get a lot of sleep, good nutrition, and time for play and relaxation…
Alex Thomas saved to Education Hodgepodge