This pin falls under the 6th Task of Implementing Effective Instructional Practices. But even more specifically, it focuses on the tuning of your teaching styles. I think that a growth mindset is crucial as a teacher, and this pin really helps in focusing more on the classroom and the ways that you are implementing your teaching styles. I think that without this sort of thinking, changes cannot be made to teaching styles, which needs to occur more often than it does.
This is a compilation of data, advice, and examples of what's changed in teaching since we started to learn so much more about the brain and how it learns. Fact or Fiction. Applying Theories. Research.
How and why to use word walls with older students. This post has some great ways to make this strategy appropriate for older students. Would have to do some modifications if using in special education setting, but a great way to get started. Read more at: http://bsbooklove.blogspot.com/2015/05/how-and-why-to-use-word-walls-with.html
Carol Dweck, author of “Mindset: The New Psychology of Success," is one of the foremost scholars on the subject of motivation and why people do or don't succeed. Her research on growth mindsets and the practices to foster them in schools has been influential among K-12 leaders and educators.