Growth mindset anchor chart
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Whether you change up your bulletin boards every month or you're still looking for ideas to decorate your classroom, we've got you covered!
Nancy Limmer saved to Library displays
Have you ever wished you were a superhero? Our students love superheroes. They dress up like them. They read about them. They watch videos and movies about them. They imagine that they are one! This is the reason I choose to use a superhero theme to begin the school year. It is a great motivator and a great way to get your students to connect with you from the start. When they know you like superheroes, they automatically think you are a pretty cool teacher! In this post I will share a few…
Shana Scott-Duns saved to School
Have y'all ever read this precious book??? It's all about a little girl named Beatrice who is a perfectionist in every sense of the word. She was known as the girl who never made mistakes....until
Susan Nichols saved to Growth mindset
Promote Social Emotional Learning in your Classroom! The Schoolyard scoured Pinterest for great Anchor Chart Ideas from clever Teachers!
ELIZABETH ADLER saved to strategies
Today I bring together my posts and other people’s ideas about how to teach perseverance to kids. These are activities and lessons available in my character building series. I am sure all of us recognize that character is something we want to work to develop in our kids. However, we have to ask ourselves, “How...Read More
Jade Edwards saved to Summer Progress
Are you ready to start fostering a growth mindset culture with your elementary students and unsure where to start? This resource is designed with explicit, research based lessons, activities, anchor charts, and an interactive bulletin board to help your students distinguish between growth and fixed mindsets, how the brain learns, goal setting, and much more!
Rebecca Yoon saved to Teaching: social skills
Encourage students to realize the power of growth mindset with this read aloud and free graphic organizer perfect for primary classrooms.
Vanessa Ruperto saved to educación
We all want our students to be successful. We do everything in our power to make sure that they can be, but how can we empower them to take ownership and
Kathleen Berger saved to CFEW ideas & resources
If you’re looking for Growth Mindset resources be sure to check these out! Developing a Growth Mindset Community is critical in helping students achieve their highest potential. The growth mindset notes will help you promote a positive classroom environment where students are praised for effort and feel comfortable taking academic risks. #AGraceFilledClassroom #GrowthMindset
Welcome to Room 805 saved to Classroom