Last school year, I made drastic changes in my classroom management system. Due to a schoolwide initiative, my behavior “clip chart” system ended, and in turn, school rules were replaced with a language that promoted growth mindset. I was determined to ep
Back to School Goal Banners for the Growth Mindset K-8
Children write or draw their goals for the new school year and decorate the banners. You string them up and hang them around the classroom. They serve as a great reminder for students, too! There are two different banners included. Banner two has a kinder
UNDERSTAND MOTIVATION-This is a really great worksheet for any grade. It can be an individual activity or with a partner and students knowing what a motivated and growing mind looks like compared to a fixed mindset looks like in the classroom.
Use this Growth Mindset Graphic Organizer to get your students reflecting and embracing a growth mindset this year. Make a copy then edit this template (on TeacherSherpa) to duplicate the page and edit the sections to meet your own student needs.
This activity can be used as part of a growth mindset lesson. After reading aloud the book, “It’s Okay to Make Mistakes” by Todd Parr, your students can make personal connections by reflecting on the questions, then writing and drawing their responses.