#IMMOOC · professional learning

It’s All About the Heart Work #IMMOOC

We are only three weeks in to the #IMMOOC (The Innovator’s Mindset massive online open course) and already I feel like I have learned so much! I have made so many new and amazing connections and I am loving the energy of the group! This week’s guest for the live episode (Kaleb Rashad) had amazing… Continue reading It’s All About the Heart Work #IMMOOC

#IMMOOC · professional learning

Everyday Innovation Inside the Box #IMMOOC

So often we hear that we need to be thinking outside of the box. It was refreshing, for a change, to instead hear and read (during the #IMMOOC live session, and in Part 1 of The Innovator’s Mindset) that we can also be innovative teachers “inside the box,” and that anyone can be innovative, regardless of budgetary constraints.

Book Reviews and Reflections · professional learning · Resources

Mindset

At one of the many workshops I was able to attend this past school year, another teacher at my table was raving about a book she had read called Mindset, and how it had changed the way she talks to her students and children (specifically when praising their work). I added the name of the… Continue reading Mindset

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Churchillian Mantras to Live By

This month’s #blogamonth topic is about embracing the NEWs. A new year brings forth abounding NEWs. Whether it’s new students, new classes, new subjects, new roles, new learning, or all of the above, the NEWs (not to be confused with the news) keep coming and are personal to our own experiences. One way to take on… Continue reading Churchillian Mantras to Live By

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Part Two – Why Blog?

Mindset
Mindset is another word that seems to be abuzz on my Twitter feed these days and also happens to be the title of a book by Carol Dweck that I am currently reading. The book, as well as much of what I am reading on Twitter, outlines the importance of approaching our goals with a growth mindset versus a fixed mindset. It discourages viewing our intelligence, abilities and talents as fixed and instead suggests that these can all be developed.