Becoming a growth mindset school The idea of becoming a growth mindset school has been over a year in the making. Our Headteacher bought each member of SLT a copy of Mindset for Christmas, and it was the main agenda item at our annual senior team conference. Today I launched the idea of becoming a growth mindset school to all staff at our INSET day. This is the basis of the presentation I did. Our INSET session was for all staff – teaching, support, administrative, catering, site, network, technicians – everyone!
Rubrics As Tools Of Assessment How Rubrics Make Evaluations and Assessment Better Educators are using various tools in the classroom setting in order to assess and later evaluate their students as well as their academic performance. Rubrics which are nothing new for it has long been part of the curriculum of education and education leadership are actually established written standards and guidelines employed in various educational institutions. But what really are rubrics and how do they make evaluations and assessments better? During our elementary days, we would submit beautiful and colorful artworks.
60 Smarter Ways To Use Google Classroom 60 Smarter Ways To Use Google Classroom by TeachThought Staff Google Classroom is quietly becoming the most powerful tool in education technology. 6 ways to teach growth mindset from day one of school Imagine if your new class this fall was full of students who would: Be willing to try new thingsStick with hard tasks and not give upPush themselves to do their best work, not just what’s “good enough”Believe in themselves and their own ability to learn Here’s the great news–these are traits that we can help develop in our students by teaching them about how their brains work. Many students enter our classrooms believing they’re either smart or not smart, good at reading or math, or not good in those areas. This belief that our basic qualities like intelligence and talents can’t be changed is called a fixed mindset.
Strategies for Effective Lesson Planning Stiliana Milkova Center for Research on Learning and Teaching A lesson plan is the instructor’s road map of what students need to learn and how it will be done effectively during the class time. Before you plan your lesson, you will first need to identify the learning objectives for the class meeting. Then, you can design appropriate learning activities and develop strategies to obtain feedback on student learning. A successful lesson plan addresses and integrates these three key components:
5 Ways to Create a Stop Motion Animation User Reviewed Two Methods:Using Stop Motion SoftwareUsing Free Video EditorsCommunity Q&A If you were wondering how they create movies such as Wallace and Gromit or those funky LEGO shorts online, your search is over. Although creating stop motion animation is not difficult, it is time-consuming and repetitive. Developing a growth mindset in the classroom This article first appeared in Sec Ed magazine in April 2014. To read the original, click here. To read more of my monthly columns for Sec Ed, click here. To read more articles about the growth mindset, click here. Visit my blog | Browse my books | Follow me on Twitter | Like me on Facebook | Connect with me on LinkedIn | Download more posters | There’s a free info graphic version of this article.
Lesson Planning - Professor's Resource Site 3.1 Applying an understanding of how people learn to plan lessons and learning experiences Creating a lesson plan is an important aspect of instructional design. Lesson plans allow professors to create learning objectives, organize and deliver course content, and plan and prepare learning activities and materials.