Growth Mindset Podcast
Today, we want to teach students to think! We want to teach them to ask great questions. We want our students to be inspired to be different and know how the world works! This is why, I have my students take a look at this amazing site! Students are able to discover, learn, take quizzes,... Continue Reading →
http://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2013/04/10-ways-to-teach-innovation/ I read this article early this morning and loved the concept! I just podcasted about it! A few of the things that really stood out to me were: * Move from projects to Project Based Learning * Teach concepts not facts * Make skills as important as knowledge *Form teams not groups (seems like... Continue Reading →
I did it! I created a first podcast! I am sure that I will experience quite a bit of growth along the way! I listen to so many of them from iTunes, and they are so good. I am confident that one day, I might be able compete with these other pod-castors! https://drive.google.com/a/ecsd.us/file/d/0B2P2KCs4pK1scW12RV9oVlBEeDQ/view?usp=sharing
I went to a funeral on Saturday and learned an unexpected lesson. The lesson was about shoelaces. Michael collected shoelaces. For every holiday or special occasion his number one gift was always shoelaces. His body looked so peaceful with red laces gently woven between his fingers. Next to his casket was a wooden chest filled... Continue Reading →
Response to today's article.
Today's challenge is to blog about a good Mentor. Having a good mentor as a teacher, can be quite valuable. But, like most things in life, something that you cannot be just assigned (as a first year teacher would be). It is something that you have to go out and seek yourself. When I first... Continue Reading →