Introduction to the Growth Mindset. Jobs Most of the jobs that our students will be doing throughout their lives don’t exist yet. What they need to thrive:

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  • Slide 1
  • Introduction to the Growth Mindset
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  • Jobs Most of the jobs that our students will be doing throughout their lives dont exist yet. What they need to thrive: Critical thinking Problem solving Collaboration Adaptability Initiative Analysis Curiosity Imagination Persistence How do we nurture these skills in our classrooms?
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  • Talk Partners Each person gets a chance Listen to each other, dont just wait on your turn to talk Dont ignore your talk partner, its rude Give feedback to your talk partner
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  • Talk Partners Come to a consensus on short definitions of the following: Growth Mindset; Fixed Mindset Please write these down.
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  • Fixed vs. Growth Mindset With your talk partner and then with your table, fill out the blank chart. No more than 6 words per category and the fewer words the better! How do people of these differing mindsets deal with CHALLENGES? How do they react when an OBSTACLE is placed in front of them? What is their view on EFFORT? How do they deal with CRITISISM? How do they feel about the SUCCESS OF OTHERS?
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  • Self Reflection Have you ever had a bad day teaching? Have you ever had a class that was hard to deal with? Have your students ever been hard to motivate? What did you do? How hard was it on you?
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  • Talk Partners Are you a Growth Mindset or a Fixed Mindset person? Where do you think most of our students are?
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  • Talk Partners Whats missing in your students to achieve a Growth Mindset Classroom?
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  • Angela Lee Duckworth 6:12
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  • Whats Missing? Productive Struggle Grit Productive Persistence Productive Perseverance Failure with a purpose
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  • How do we teach it?
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  • Change the Culture Of your classroom! Student Mindset Cant be afraid to take chances with their thinking Cant be afraid to help others Take responsibility for their own learning Ask questions Teacher Mindset Give up some control Allow yourself to take chances
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  • Keys to a Growth Mindset Classroom Classroom organization and procedure (this is NOT a free-for-all!) Expectations Collaboration Choice Formative Assessment
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  • Many say Failure is not an option, but it is the outcome much of the time. How do you deal with it?
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  • Formative Assessment and Failure Students must generate the questionsonly then does it have meaning to them Whose questions are you more interested in, yours or someone elses Praise effort instead of talent FAILURE is not the problem, its how they deal with failure that stops or enhances learning. Dont let them give up! MORE experimentation and discovery In the minds of students, when you put a grade on it, its over.
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  • Ramsey Mussallam 6:28
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  • Famous Failures 2:58

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