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MindShift explores the future of learning, covering cultural and tech trends and innovations in education. Find the MindShift Podcast at
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People usually don't enjoy being in messy situations when the plan has gone awry, but often those are the moments that produce exceptional work and learning
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At first many of the adults thought the material would go over kids' heads, but they've been excited that when done in a play-based, age appropriate way the kids love it
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The power of these is both in the illustrations themselves and in how and educators talk about the pictures with children
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are forming their identities, values, and views of the world. They need a balance of intellectual and emotional experiences to help them grow into happy and well-adjusted adults
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The #1 factor influencing success is the time and care put into designing the learning experience. It's vital to plan with in mind and to integrate it explicitly into lessons says
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Flexible learning spaces aren't a new idea. But critics of the open classroom argue schools are transforming spaces without training teachers on how to adjust to the new space
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You might be interested in this article, which addresses that difficult question:
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MindShift 11h
Start slowly, implementing an idea or two at a time, rather than throwing out everything you have been doing and starting over
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MindShift 18h
Hands-on play creates many opportunities to explore science, technology, engineering and math.
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MindShift Jun 23
"We bring something to the kids' lives that they may not even dreamed about ....Here, we're able to provide it for free and our parents have been enthusiastic. They're proud of their children."
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MindShift Jun 23
In her inspiring describes how her identity is located in the in-between spaces, making her strong and allowing her to offer new perspectives on problems
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MindShift Jun 23
In many programs, students set personal and academic , reflect on challenges and set plans for how they'll overcome obstacles
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MindShift Jun 23
skills are an early indicator of later achievement in mathematics. They "strongly predict" who will pursue careers, and they are more predictive of future and than math scores
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MindShift Jun 23
"If you are a questioner, you are going against the grain. That could appeal to young people"
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MindShift Jun 23
Check out some ways and could fit into your classroom via 🖍️ 🖍️ More about it here:
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MindShift Jun 22
To foster growth mindsets in students, teachers can coach students to try different learning strategies that make the brain work smarter
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MindShift Jun 22
Third grade teacher Jen Saul says student-led solution time reinforces the class culture and helps students see one another as experts
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MindShift Jun 22
"Introverts often are really amazing, talented, gifted, loving children, and they feel like there's something wrong with them," says Here are some ways teachers & can support them
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MindShift Jun 22
Talk with your child about the various ideas, including the ideas. "Who is bigger, Mama Bear or Papa Bear? How do you know? Which bear gets the biggest bed? Why?"
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MindShift Jun 22
"When we are not challenging our kids in high school, not only are we hindering their academic development, but we also aren't taking advantage of the plastic prefrontal cortex," says
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