Entries related to: growth-mindset

How Can You Support New Teachers? Plus 10 More Questions

We received so many great questions for our Advice for New Teachers webinar that we didn't have...

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Teaching Channel Talks 45: Unfinished Learning to Soaring Achievement

Unfinished learning is usually a result of disruption in learning, causing students –...

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Ask the Experts: 10 New Teacher Tips

This may be stating the obvious, but being a new teacher isn't easy. Many new educators feel...

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5 Risks Every New Teacher Should Take

Are you a newer teacher looking for tips to help you thrive in the classroom? An administrator...

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3 Restorative Practices for Classroom Conflict

As teachers know, relationships are at the core of any learning environment. After a year of...

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Reflecting on and Being Grateful for What We Can Control

In challenging times, it can be easy to dwell on the negatives — especially as an educator...

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Creating a Culture of Questioning: Inquiry in Lower Elementary

Editor's Note: This is the third of seven blogs from our friends at the Right Question Institute...

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Five Things I Wish I Knew in Year One

I’m certain this piece has been written before. Time and time again, teachers with far more...

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Peek at the Process: Learn By Watching Students Write

This blog post is a hypothesis. I haven’t tried this in my classroom. I don’t know for sure that...

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I Want to Get Better at... Assessment

Planning a lesson and designing instruction can be an exciting process. Delivering that lesson...

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School Starter Pack End-of-Year Reflection: Your Final Checklist

Congratulations! You made it to the end of the school year.

Are you excited for summer? Are you...

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Five Worthwhile Risks for New Teachers

The concept seems contradictory, right? You’ve been trained to keep your head down, do your...

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Flipping the “I Do, We Do, You Do” Strategy

Since my very first day of teaching, I’ve always preferred to focus on the hope of what students...

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Developing a Personalized Professional Learning Plan

“To turn off your iPad, you press the button on the side. Let’s practice turning it off and on,...

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The Power of Story for ELLs and Newcomers: Identity and Empathy

 I t’s the personal stories that are often lost in the conversations we have about...
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The Adolescent Brain: A Big Gulp Of Executive Function

I wrote the book Attack of the Teenage Brain! Understanding and Supporting the Weird and...

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Five Assessment Myths and Misunderstandings

Walking around the classroom, clipboard in hand, I moved as quickly as possible, diligently...

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5 Ways to Spur Student Growth and Opportunity Through Hands-On STEM

It may seem far down the line when we talk about career prospects for elementary school students...

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The Top 5 Things I Learned from a Five-Year-Old About Growth Mindset

The shiny new bicycle was forcefully shoved to the ground in disgust as Parker shouted,

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Dig Into Number Talks!

Have You Tried Number Talks?

What strategies are you planning for building number sense and...

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