Carol Dweck Revisits the 'Growth Mindset' - Education Week

How to Encourage Students - Carol Dweck Revisits the 'Growth Mindset' (Education Week) Emily Yi, LCSW Parkwood Counseling Center Jacksonville FL 32211

Bulletin board of where all the teachers went to college...great idea!

Graph where staff members went to college. This gives students more concrete ideas about higher ed and spurs them to ask questions about the colleges.

There's more to growth mindset than just praising effort! Student self-reflection helps students see what steps they need to take to grow!

Encouraging Student Self-Reflection

Educators Dr. Debbie Silver, Richard L. Curwin, and Marcia L. Tate share their advice on classroom management strategies in Part Three of my four-part Education Week series.

SO TRUE Educators Dr. Debbie Silver, Richard L. Curwin, and Marcia L. Tate share their advice on classroom management strategies in Part Three of my four-part Education Week series.

Great idea for National School Counseling Week!

Creative idea to show teacher appreciation during National School Counseling Week. We all have to work together to create a great learning environment for students.

Editable Paragraph of the Week for daily paragraph writing practice! 60 writing prompt activities that make writing fun! Includes rubrics, drafting pages, revising and editing checklists, and tons of high-interest writing prompts.

Paragraph of the Week | Paragraph Writing Practice | Writing Prompts EDITABLE

Editable Paragraph of the Week for daily paragraph writing practice! 60 writing prompt activities that make writing fun! Includes rubrics, drafting pages, revising and editing checklists, and tons of high-interest writing prompts.

ASCD author Mike Anderson explains the importance of grit on Education Week Teacher

Students Develop Grit By ‘Taking Charge Of Their Own Learning’ is the title of my latest Education Week Teacher column. It’s part two in my series on grit.

Beekle read-aloud and activities for K-2 classrooms. The students love this!

This activity with "Beekle" is so much fun! It is a read aloud activity for early elementary classrooms that incorporates graphic organizers to assess reading skills.

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