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:
Mindfulness in the Classroom: A How-To Guide is from Ed Week. I don’t yet have a “Best” list on mindfulness, but I’m sure I will be creating one soon. You might be interested in a previous post, Mindfulness Can Mean More Than Meditation – Can’t It?
On a related note, you might be interested in Can We End the Meditation Madness? by Adam Grant, which appeared in The New York Times.
I’m adding this next tweet to The Best Resources On Helping Our Students Develop A “Growth Mindset”:
Growth Mindset: Clearing up Some Common Confusions by @eduardobricen0 https://t.co/7PYrLg97qe pic.twitter.com/wrDGAnZ2Tm
— MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) November 16, 2015
I’m adding this next tweet to the same list:
Four questions that encourage growth mindset among students https://t.co/5yABKYoEIG < well worth a read
— Guardian Education (@GuardianEdu) November 15, 2015
And here’s one last addition to that list:
Carol Dweck: "Keep trying, you can do it" is nagging, Instead ask "What have you tried, what strategy shall we try next?" #ewaMotivation
— Stanford Education (@StanfordEd) November 11, 2015
Social and emotional learning, or SEL, helps kids learn to relate more peacefully to others https://t.co/HXQMBTuqM7 pic.twitter.com/hpyGxso4ZD
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) November 15, 2015
I just wanted to let you know that I just started developing my personal learning network. The information you post and share has been a great resource. I work as a member of the professional development team for West Virginia Adult Education.