Growth Mindset: 35 Strategies for the Classroom
The key to developing growth mindset is not to just teach it but to live it. The words we use, the encouragement we give, and the way we support students to help them solve their problems are all integral to nurturing and sustaining a growth mindset.
As we help students gain confidence and self-awareness, they will become more and more successful in every way.
DuFief Elementary School's Parent Resource Binder
This binder is full of digital resources to give you a deeper understanding of differentiated instruction and a Universal Design for Learning model that will be implemented in your child's classroom this year. Please feel free to browse this resource throughout the year to help you understand the theories and practices within our classroom.
Amanda Hart EisenhowerEducation
The ideas behind "growing your brain." Schools as a place to stretch and exercise your mind instead of as a place to take tests and be graded on tests.
Hillary Bigman; 5th grade
I am a fourth year 5th grade teacher with a goal of helping students reach success using various pedagogy, instructional practices, and growth mindset!