Keep Growth Mindset in front of the students with this fun and engaging game. It’s a great way to remind your class to check their thinking. This Bump Game can be played with the whole class or small groups. As you work to help students become more growth-oriented learners why not practice with a game. This resource is intended to give you some tools to keep the discussions going. A fresh new way to look at Growth Mindset.
Are you teaching your students about growth mindset? These books by Kobi Yamada are perfect for helping students understand how to reframe issues. What Do You Do With and Idea and What Do You Do With a Problem are an easy-to-use, brilliant resource for your classroom!
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Dr. Justin Tarte on Twitter: "10 questions to help students develop a growth mindset: via @mattwachel #edchat #education https://t.co/tAv2eUIf8i"
12 Perfect Read-Alouds for Teaching Growth Mindset
Are you teaching your students about growth mindset? Your Fantastic Elastic Brain by JoAnn Deak is a perfect segue for teaching your students the power of growth mindset. Conceptually, these ideas are perfect for any level, but this literature unit was created for 2nd-6th graders in mind. Infused with reflections, challenges (including a STEM challenge), and opportunities to identify and clarify growth mindset vs fixed mindset, your students are sure to learn and have a great deal of fun!
The Curious Apple: Non-Fiction Reading Response Choice Boards
The Cultural Iceberg, showing aspects of surface culture and deep culture that stem from your cultural heritage
cultural iceberg- teaching culture involves more than just the tip
Teaching nonfiction text features using a "scavenger hunt"-style game keeps it engaging and encourages students to think of how and what the text feature teaches them.