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Fostering Growth Mindset in our Students and Ourselves, Part II (1 hour) - Shared screen with speaker view
Marianne Parsons
01:20
Good morning!
Morgan Walter
02:07
Yes I did
Danielle Malysa
02:09
Got it
Deborah Whitt
02:10
I received it
Marianne Parsons
02:11
Yes, I did.
Therese Haddad
02:20
thank you
REKHA SUBBARAO
02:28
got it
Naphtali Hoff
02:38
https://zoom.us/rec/play/6ZwvJL2p-z03HdST4wSDBvYsW9XufPqsgyVN-fIKmBzgAXUGM1LwYbQaNuvdCBVmX5X_kI-GfH2EdlMk?autoplay=true&continueMode=true&startTime=1584457224000
Cheri Golub
02:43
Got it
Trisha Bogusz
03:18
Got it
Cheri Golub
03:46
Bless us all
Therese Haddad
04:22
I will it’s part of my religious too as Melkite Catholic
Nasia Stefanaki
04:48
We need to remember to be maintain a chin up and move on! My religion is belief in our humanity and power.
Therese Haddad
04:57
no one can read me on chat ,I do not know why
Nasia Stefanaki
05:27
don’t worry we can see you Terry
Kate Curnow
05:38
Yes we can see your chat. Hi everyone!
Nasia Stefanaki
05:45
Hi!
Cheri Golub
06:22
11am EST is best for me
Deborah Whitt
06:29
either way is fine with me
Nasia Stefanaki
06:29
11.00 Pacific would work better
Danielle Malysa
06:30
11
Marianne Parsons
06:31
Mornings are WAAAY better for PST.
Kathryn Zangrilli
06:32
Either work for me! (EST)
Florencia Norton
06:35
This time works
Jessica Saunders
06:36
11 am EST is fine with me
Francesco DiMiceli
06:38
1100 EST
REKHA SUBBARAO
06:43
11 am
REKHA SUBBARAO
07:05
PST
Marianne Parsons
08:34
It can change…
Cheri Golub
08:51
We must be examples for our students
Nasia Stefanaki
08:57
I know that Growth Mind Set is something which is practiced and eventually learnt, a way of thinking that enables us to work toward growth
Kate Curnow
08:59
later would be much better
Francesco DiMiceli
09:05
We need to model Growth Mindset ourselves to affect change in our students.
Cheri Golub
09:14
Model it
Francesco DiMiceli
09:38
Emphasize effort over “smart”
Jessica Saunders
09:48
Growth mindset is the ability to understand that you can grow and learn at any point and time
Deborah Whitt
09:57
I need to keep working on these things.
REKHA SUBBARAO
10:18
it can change
Trisha Bogusz
10:30
Strategies to promote for MS aged students
Kathryn Zangrilli
10:35
I work with young children. What are good resources to use to help them learn to have a growth mindset?
Nasia Stefanaki
10:36
I need more ways to specifically address idle students, the ones that are really do not have any interest in contributing or trying to even the lesson is not boring!
Cheri Golub
10:37
I'm particularly interested in how to help our students now virtually
Deborah Whitt
11:06
How to do this more with distance learning.
Jessica Saunders
11:07
Strategies for younger students such as Pre - 3
Amy Mahardy
11:17
How it might work with students with mental health issues
Nasia Stefanaki
17:01
Unfortunately, working towards a GM is not only a personal struggle but also a cultural one sometimes.
Jessica Saunders
17:48
I agree Nasia
Nasia Stefanaki
18:19
True!
Nasia Stefanaki
19:52
Sharing personal stories is also a great role modeling for being honest with students and establish an open and sincere relationship with them.
Dan Ruetz
20:27
Agree Nasia!!
Cheri Golub
22:18
Very clearly
Nasia Stefanaki
22:24
clear and loud!
Jessica Saunders
22:30
very clear
REKHA SUBBARAO
22:37
clear
Amy Mahardy
22:42
good
Cheri Golub
22:42
I'm learning a lot from you on how to hold webinars mysefl
Cheri Golub
25:11
Exit tickets! LOL
Naphtali Hoff
26:07
http://blog.mindsetworks.com/what-is-my-mindset
Cheri Golub
29:52
These are great. Thank you.
Naphtali Hoff
29:55
https://vark-learn.com/the-vark-questionnaire/
Natacha Hsieh
30:04
yes
Cheri Golub
30:05
Yes
Morgan Walter
30:05
yes
Dan Ruetz
30:07
yes
Deborah Whitt
30:08
yes
Florencia Norton
30:08
yes
Kate Curnow
30:14
yes
Jessica Saunders
30:37
yes
Nasia Stefanaki
32:27
true
Nasia Stefanaki
36:15
great approach!
Cheri Golub
38:41
these are helpful
Nasia Stefanaki
41:52
Perseverance as a main idea is core to the 2nd Grade Benchmark Reading Books. Can not recall the exact title of the book but it has to do about how characters change.
Cheri Golub
43:04
In my experience, sharing cases of famous people they look up to, has been one of the best ways to reach them
REKHA SUBBARAO
43:46
Is it Many characters, Many point of view?
Patricia Masino
43:59
belief in self
Nasia Stefanaki
44:02
It might be, yes!
Cheri Golub
44:12
Thank you for the Talmud reference. I especially needed to hear that today.
Deborah Whitt
44:19
It's also very important for students to see examples of these people who started out with nothing and truly worked hard to get where they are (Tyler Perry).
Nasia Stefanaki
44:46
Yes, some of the students might identify with the ones who struggle.
Nasia Stefanaki
46:21
This is a great point that helps focused on the essential
Patricia Masino
46:47
so true
Nasia Stefanaki
47:45
I liked that I found out that sharing personal stories and anecdotes is a strategy for them to work toward a GM.
Deborah Whitt
48:23
We're all going to be growing with distance learning.
Nasia Stefanaki
48:31
Yes!
Cheri Golub
49:03
I love that! "Struggle is not a form of stupidity"
Nasia Stefanaki
49:11
me too!
Amy Mahardy
54:07
excellence doesn't mean perfection
Cheri Golub
54:07
The list of celebrities and influencers
Mackenzie Hargrave
54:11
have students self assess--focus on the process and effort not the "grade"
Kathryn Zangrilli
54:14
Biggest takeaway to teacher students: STRUGGLE is a step toward excellence- teaching them that struggle is GOOD!
Deborah Whitt
54:28
Real growth happens when students work at the EDGE of THEIR competence. Struggle does not = stupidity!
Cheri Golub
54:28
and the quote "Struggle is not a form of stupidity" will now hang in my room
Patricia Masino
54:31
reward effort and progress
Kate Curnow
54:35
Having students self-assess their persistence and effort, as well as taking it into account for grading
Marianne Parsons
54:38
Focus on the effort.
Francesco DiMiceli
54:40
Letter to future student
Nasia Stefanaki
54:41
I intend to incorporate more personal anecdotes and have also a reference on board with GM mottos!
Morgan Walter
54:42
Try to help the students understand that excellence is not perfection. We are not looking for students to be perfect, just to keep work. Also, to help students learn that struggle is not stupidity
REKHA SUBBARAO
54:53
Struggle is normal, helps in growth
Francesco DiMiceli
54:58
More GM posters
Jessica Saunders
55:27
agree Francesco, more GM posters
Patricia Masino
56:04
remind student. struggle is a path to excellence
Naphtali Hoff
56:26
https://donorbox.org/free-online-teaching-for-home-bound-educators-covid19
Cheri Golub
57:01
Thank you so much. This has been very informative.
Nasia Stefanaki
57:15
You are great as a webinar leader!
David lebovitz
57:39
I will explain to my students the concept of Excellence is not perfection .
Patricia Masino
57:41
thank you
Florencia Norton
57:43
Thank you!
Jessica Saunders
57:47
Thanks so much! Very informative on growth mindset and also how to present a webinar!
Deborah Whitt
57:48
Thank you!
REKHA SUBBARAO
57:50
Thank you so much!
Nasia Stefanaki
57:54
Thank you for a great start of the day!
Kate Curnow
57:57
Thank you!