As teachers, we face the reality that our job is never really *done.* There is always more planning to do, more work to be assessed, and more organizing that could be done. There are parents to call, meetings to attend, and paperwork to be completed. The idea of setting a resolution this New Year that relates to the job is...well, a bit overwhelming. But I've got you. I'm here with some ideas. I'm setting one (or two...three...six) of these for myself this year, because even though there is always SOMETHING else to do before you head home to your family on a Monday afternoon, there's always room to grow, too.
On Thursday night, inspiration hit me hard. After reading "A Mindset for Learning" by Kristine Mraz and Christine Hertz, I was thinking, "How can I inspire thinking with a growth mindset in my own classroom?" Out of this thought were born these awards: My elementary school has an awards ceremony every quarter and I plan on… Continue reading Growth Mindset ❤ Awards and Recognitions