Growth Mindset Notes from the Teacher Digital Stickers Option
These digital stickers growth mindset notes now include THREE OPTIONS... a printable version, a Google Slides™ version, and a digital stickers version (saved as PNG files). Please refer to the final 8 pages of the file for digital instructions and links! You will download a ZIPPED file to access a...
Achter de boosheid en emotie
“Waarom zou ik nog praten.” “Er gaat toch helemaal niets veranderen.” “Ik ben klaar met al die volwassenen die ruzie maken en schreeuwen tegen me.” “Iedere…
The Power of Yet!
Do you use growth mindset language in your classroom? You do? Then this is perfect for setting growth mindset oriented goals at the start of the year or curriculum unit. Students write what they cannot do YET and how they will be able to do it one day!
Growth Mindset Bullet Journal Ideas for Kids - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Bullet journaling has become a popular way to record and journal life, and I’ve been enjoying looking at journaling ideas on Pinterest. Basically, bullet journaling is a way to organize information. You can keep of a log of accomplishments, to-do lists, thoughts, plans, goals, and more. Customize it to work for you! I thought it […]
Growth Mindset Affirmations
Do you teach your students about growth mindset? Are you aware of the benefits of using positive affirmations? Combine these two powerful approaches and transform student achievement! Easy to use for teachers and super beneficial for students, these 22 affirmation posters and corresponding cards will challenge your students thinking about their abilities and their potential.
Teaching Kids to Accept Responsibility for their Choices
Best classroom management tool ever! This free Behavior Reflections graphic organizer from Laura Candler is a great way to teach kids to accept responsibility for their choices.
Growth Mindset Teaching Ideas and FREE Resources
Free Growth Mindset resources, activities, and ideas perfect to teach students the difference between a fixed and growth mindset.
Classroom Management – You Only Need Two Rules
I've always thought the only rule needed for class is "Respect" and this might help explain what that means to students.
Llama Anxiety Thermometer Coping Skills Workbook with Distance Learning Activity
Grounding exercises ease anxiety and calm students who suffer from panic attacks. This Llama #groundingexercise is a fun way to teach this skill. #schoolcounseling #middleschoolcounselor #elementaryschoolcounselor #anxietycopingstrategies #copingskills
Explaining Autism to an Autistic Child - Resource Guide
Explaining autism to a child can be tough. Even more so if you are explaining autism to an autistic child. Check out these great tips to help