Read this blog post and use the “checklist” in order to develop and enhance your growth mindset.
I am an adjunct faculty for several teacher education and educational technology programs. I have been so for a few decades. During that time I have noticed the changing nature of student behaviors and expectations regarding their class projects and assignments. Students seem to expect perfect grades for not so perfect work. I can predict that when I “mark down” a student, I will receive a complaint about that mark down (it happened just this evening) even with clear cut and concrete grading criteria like uses references to support ideas in blog posts, includes copyright available images.
I have been studying, blogging and presenting about the growth mindset (see The Educator with a Growth Mindset: A Staff Workshop). When speaking of a growth mindset, a fixed mindset also needs to be discussed and described. Fixed mindsets are associated with avoiding failure at all costs. What I don’t see mentioned as…
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