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My Problem With the Grit Movement and How I Think We Can Solve It: It's hard to persevere it you don't know what all your hard work and grit is for. Here are five ways we teachers can help students identify and care about their goals.

Change Your Mindset: From a fixed to a growth mindset

Change Your Mindset: From a fixed to a growth mindset

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The TooLoud! app is ideal for the teacher who needs to limit noise in the classroom environment.  It records decibels, displaying the volume levels in numbers.  Use it to let the class know when they cross the auditory line.

Too Loud Free app- hook up to your Smartboard to help kids monitor their voice level in class! Great tool for helping to manage your class and the noise level!

Inspirational Speeches From Movies

40 inspirational speeches in 2 minutes. Youre like a big bear, man! confucius-says personal-development outstanding personal-development

"The man who tried his best and failed is superior to the man who never tried." - Bud Wilkinson

"The man who tried his best and failed is superior to the man who never tried.

A push light on a table with the teacher and a small group of students

A push light on a table with the teacher and a small group of students. When the light is on children know not to interrupt unless it is an emergency

"Grit involves the interplay of thoughts and emotions, demanding a wellspring of inner resources to overcome the inevitable obstacles that arise when going full-force after a goal. Thus, teachers who want their students to be more "gritty" need to be aware of those students' inner lives as well as the outer steps being taken to reach their dreams." -Vicki Zakrzewski, educator. #SEL

Teaching Grit: Social and Emotional Truth

"Grit involves the interplay of thoughts and emotions, demanding a wellspring of inner resources to overcome the inevitable obstacles that arise when going full-force after a goal. Thus, teachers who want their students to be more "gritty" need to be aware of those students' inner lives as well as the outer steps being taken to reach their dreams." -Vicki Zakrzewski, educator. #SEL

What grit is (and isn't) and how to teach it responsibly

Getting real about grit: 6 things every teacher needs to know

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Bill Gates recently met with Lyon Terry, Washington’s Teacher of the Year.

16 Ways To Promote "Grit" and Delayed Gratification In The Classroom

16 Ways To Promote "Grit" and Delayed Gratification In The Classroom - InformED

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Strategies for making sure introverted kids feel valued at school. A new book looks inside the minds of introverted kids and teens, with lessons for schools on class participation, groupthink and public speaking.

Young children ask lots of questions, but around the time they enter school, those questions begin to fade. Author Warren Berger outlines five ways to help students become better questioners and nurture a child's curiosity.

Teaching Algebra: Education researchers are beginning to validate what many teachers have long known: connecting learning to student interests helps the information stick. Here's an example of how one algebra teacher made it work in her class.

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If you think your teacher is tough, wait until you get a boss. -Bill Gates Quotes, quotes for students, quotes for teens

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