I’ve recently begun this weekly post where I’ll be sharing resources I’m adding to The Best Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Resources or other related “Best” lists:
“Getting Gritty with It.” is from The Wellington Learning and Research Centre and is really quite good. The study makes a good connection between grit, growth mindset and metacognition. I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Learning About The Importance Of “Grit.”
Speaking of grit, I’m adding this video to the same list:
Experiment Tests If Teacher-Student Relationship Helps Performance is from NPR. I’m adding it to The Best Resources On The Importance Of Building Positive Relationships With Students
What To Do When Your School Mandates PBIS is a very interesting post by Marvin Marshall.
Walton Family Foundation Invests in Research on Measuring Grit, Character is from Ed Week, and I get worried about whatever I see them funding….
Feds give $2M in grants for districts to develop models to teach learning #mindsets @EdSource @pertslab http://t.co/Vn7lWi1JH9 #edchat
— MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) October 15, 2015
A real shame that students are now using Dweck's Growth Mindset theory to cheat in tests. pic.twitter.com/PnOepiT5HG
— Carl Hendrick (@C_Hendrick) October 14, 2015
Recent ‘Marshmallow Test’ shows impulse control, other traits are not fixed http://t.co/8EG8JgBkbE
— Post Education (@PostSchools) October 13, 2015
@Larryferlazzo Two easy stories about Grit and the Growth Mindset for English Learners. http://t.co/AeaGNd9gcR and http://t.co/ans5KxxhSf
— BeeOasis.com (@beeoasis) October 13, 2015