Thursday, January 4, 2018

Educational Links 1/5/18

Focusing on the Process: Letting Go of Product Expectation

The Elements Of A Digital Classroom

Teachers Most Favored Apps

Twelve things we learned today about pupils' use of social media

Self-Advocacy: Strategies for All Ages

How Does a Child With Executive Functioning Issues Think Differently?

"Mindset" is Carol Dweck's term to describe the spectrum of attitudes that people have towards their ability to improve. Folks with a growth mindset will be able to make changes more quickly because they fundamentally think of their abilities as plastic and trainable. Folks with a fixed mindset will make less progress because they think they are already as a skillful or creative as they're ever going to be. 

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