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All students How to Apply It! 1) Teachers and parents play a key role in fostering growth mindset by using clear and consistent language that is supportive of mistakes and focuses on effort over outcomes. 1) What Do You Think? Before offering your feedback... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning All Ages Strategy

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Flexible Thinking

If your students struggled to work well together on a group project How to Apply It! 1) Have students reflect on group projects to improve self-awareness and collaboration skills. 1) After a group project, provide students with the opportunity to individual... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning ^21st Century Skills All Ages Strategy

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Social Awareness

If your child has low self-confidence, is pessimistic, or is nervous about an upcoming event How to Apply It! 1) If you can visualize yourself being successful, whether it is on a test, in a sport, or playing an instrument, you are far more likely to be succ... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning All Ages Strategy

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Anxiety Self-regulation

All students, particularly those who lack self-confidence, have a fixed mindset, or belong to a group that has historically been under-represented in the subject How to Apply It! 1) Stereotypes can be self-fulfilling so parents and educators need to be car... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning All Ages Strategy

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Anxiety

If your student tends not to express strong opinions or feelings and you want to help them take a point of view How to Apply It! 1) Plus, Minus, Interesting is an easy approach to help all students build self-awareness by having them reflect on their perform... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning ^21st Century Skills All Ages Strategy

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Self-regulation Social Awareness

If your child gets very upset when things go wrong How to Apply It! 1) Seeing the positive aspects of an otherwise difficult situation is a learned skill and an important one in helping children develop a positive mindset. 1) Always begin by acknowledging ... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning ^21st Century Skills All Ages Strategy

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Flexible Thinking Self-regulation Social Awareness

If your student is motivated to grow and improve How to Apply It! 1) The best way to improve is to start with an understanding of what you can do better and why. Guessing or assuming might not get you the results you hope for. 2) Teachers usually love when... View More

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Social-Emotional Learning Middle/High School Strategy

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Flexible Thinking

If your student doesn't always respond well or use feedback How to Apply It! 1) Provide feedback that takes into account the student's personal skills and their mastery level in the subject. 1) Students who have attained a level of mastery and are confident... View More

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