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from Teacher Trap

Outlaw "I'm Done" in Your Classroom!

Outlaw "I'm Done!" in your classroom by guiding students toward these ways of thinking

"In a fixed mindset students believe their basic abilities, their intelligence, their talents, are just fixed traits. They have a certain amount and that's that, and then their goal becomes to look smart all the time and never look dumb. In a growth mindset students understand that their talents and abilities can be developed through effort, good teaching and persistence. Today were talking with Charles Archer Co-Founder and CEO of The THRIVE Network. We discuss topics relating to ways to develop as a leader including how to invest in yourself how to lead through consensus the differences between older and younger staff members and when it is necessary to make staff changes. Charles Anderson Archer is a lawyer author speaker entrepreneur and co-founder and CEO of the THRIVE Network. Archer has written the Everybody Paddles book…

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Growth Mindset Activities

Growth Mindset Activities Encourage a Growth Mindset in your classroom with this activity pack. This pack contains 5 activities to help students understand and develop a growth mindset.

from Whimsy Workshop Teaching

STEM and Growth Mindset

Teach growth mindset challenges and STEM together through fairy tale partner plays! (free STEM poster set download)

from User Generated Education

The Educator with a Growth Mindset: A Professional Development Workshop

Growth Mindset: This is a slide deck that allows for teachers to interact with the slides and resources during a workshop.

from The Cornerstone

Why I quit my teaching job mid-year (no, it wasn’t the testing)

I wanted to write a post for those of you who are barely making it, and are so dreading the return to school the following morning that you can't even enjoy your evenings off. The idea of going back to that place just makes you sick to your stomach. I get it. I have been in your shoes.…