With the increased self-sufficiency necessitated by virtual education, educators and parents can help students learn and manage their goals more effectively by directly teaching study skills.
Researchers and teacher educators Donna Wilson and Marcus Conyers have found that a gift many effective educators give struggling students is a practical and optimistic mindset.
As parents and teachers, we do just about everything we can to make sure that children don’t struggle. It turns out we are making a terrible mistake.
The growth mindset of intelligence intervention encourages students to grow their intelligence through dedicated effort: seeking challenges, trying new strategies, and asking for help when they are stuck.
Were you able to join us for EdRev Expo 2018? Whether you attended or not, you can now catch the full keynote presentation by Byron Pitts.