What’s all the buzz around having a growth mindset? Do I have one? How do I know? Having a growth mindset is an important characteristic for teachers and leaders in today’s world of education. Blog Bonus – A free resource awaits!
Our goal as educators is to develop a reading environment where students are so engaged in books that the strategies of avoidance disappear from the classroom. What might help our readers appreciate books more? How do we build passion for reading?
I wanted to create a space where my students could make mistakes and be okay, where they actually liked coming to my class, where they felt “smart” in their own way wherever they were in their learning, where they would push themselves to do better than yesterday, where they could struggle with something and still be alive to tell about it.
Rather than regurgitate math procedures, I knew my students needed to be able to think and reason deeply enough to tackle any problem thrown at them in math, or even life.
Sometimes students don’t like reading because they haven’t found the right book yet. Let’s change that!
Emily & Lauren have more innovative ways to use Jamboard.
What is a “trauma-informed school?” And how do you build one from the ground up?
Think staging a musical is beyond your students? I would disagree! Let me share my experience.
An ambitious math teacher sees students as having the ability to make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. An ambitious teacher believes their students can make sense of new math ideas and use what they already know to solve problems.
“Digital Responsibility” is a broad term. Let’s break it down to 4 key elements.