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Got a Minute? Mindset Module

In the following modules, participants will understand how moving from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset can help shift thinking about students' abilities and skills. By empathizing and shifting our language, we can begin to transform our thinking about the importance of providing options so students can grow and develop.

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One of the foundational concepts underlying Universal Design for Learning is that barriers exist within an instructional environment or design, rather than in learners themselves. In the following modules, participants will understand how moving from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset can help shift thinking about students' abilities and skills. By empathizing and shifting our language, we can begin to transform our thinking about the importance of providing options so students can grow and develop.

To access the interactive learning module, click on the Interactive link above or select this link: Got a Minute? Mindset Module.

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CA Coalition for Inclusive Literacy

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September 10, 2021

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Innovation, Growth Mindset and Inquiry Utilizing UDL

This session is an open house/playground that focuses on tools and strategies based on Growth Mindset (Carol Dweck), Innovator’s Mindset (Couros) and Dive Into Inquiry (MacKenzie).

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This session is an open house/playground that focuses on tools and strategies based on Growth Mindset (Carol Dweck), Innovator’s Mindset (Couros) and Dive Into Inquiry (MacKenzie).

Session Video Recording
Video Transcript
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Audio in the Classroom Document
Video in the Classroom Document
Immersive Learning in the Classroom Document
Resources
Growth Mindset Visuals
Trevor Mackenzie Posters

Authors/Creators
Lisa Ehlers McCuller
Lou Ann Rosario
Jessica McKay

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April 9, 2021

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Innovation, Growth Mindset and Inquiry Utilizing UDL

This session is an open house/playground that focuses on tools and strategies based on Growth Mindset (Carol Dweck), Innovator’s Mindset (Couros) and Dive Into Inquiry (MacKenzie).

Average: 5 (2 votes)

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This session is an open house/playground that focuses on tools and strategies based on Growth Mindset (Carol Dweck), Innovator’s Mindset (Couros) and Dive Into Inquiry (MacKenzie).

Session Video Recording
Video Transcript
Slide Deck
Audio in the Classroom Document
Video in the Classroom Document
Immersive Learning in the Classroom Document
Resources
Growth Mindset Visuals
Trevor Mackenzie Posters

Authors/Creators
Lisa Ehlers McCuller
Lou Ann Rosario
Jessica McKay

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Document
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Video

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WCAG v2.0 A

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April 9, 2021

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Growth Mindset and UDL in Higher Education

This article explores how the UDL framework can reduce unintended barriers and create opportunity for all students to develop a growth mindset and succeed academically.

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The author, writing from a higher ed. perspective, argues that educators can circumvent institutional learning barriers by adopting a growth mindset and designing curriculum based on the principles of UDL.   

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Carl Moore

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July 21, 2021

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Growth Mindset and UDL in Higher Education

This article explores how the UDL framework can reduce unintended barriers and create opportunity for all students to develop a growth mindset and succeed academically.

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The author, writing from a higher ed. perspective, argues that educators can circumvent institutional learning barriers by adopting a growth mindset and designing curriculum based on the principles of UDL.   

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Carl Moore

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July 21, 2021

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Growth Mindset: The Early Grades

Early elementary educators who want to introduce the concept of Growth Mindset to their students will find this diverse collection of resources helpful.

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Early elementary educators introducing and teaching the concept of Growth Mindset will find a wealth of resources in this diverse collection.  The collection includes:

  1. 4 Ways to Encourage a Growth Mindset in the Classroom: An introductory article that describes how to incorporate Growth Mindset into the classroom.
  2. Growth Mindset Kids Video: A brief video of students talking about what Growth Mindset means to them and how they use their new skills to become better learners.
  3. Don't Give Up: Sesame Street and Bruno Mars video: Sesame Street characters joined by a special guest guest, encourge children to practice perserverence.
  4. The Dot. The Dot by Peter Reynolds is a gorgeous picture book that encourages children to take risks even when they fear failure.  A video reading.  
  5. My Favorite Growth Mindset Picture Books: A blog post from a 3rd Grade teacher sharing her favorite read aloud books with Growth Mindset themes.
  6. ClassDojo Growth Mindset Resources: A five-episode video series and accompanying activities that encourage students to learn and embrace a Growth Mindset.
  7. Growth Mindset "What I Can Say to Myself" Chart: This teacher-created chart cues students to think and speak affirmatively when facing learning struggles. Printable, or recreate your own.

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September 23, 2018

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This is so applicable to special education students - I work with many kiddos who believe they are "broken". I wish there a little substance to this material, rather than just an intro. 

 

 

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Growth Mindset: Teaching Your Students to Be Expert Learners

Katie Novak describes how the UDL framework encourages students to develop a growth mindset by engaging them in the learning and putting them in the educatoinal driver's seat.

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Katie Novak describes how the UDL framework encourages students to develop a growth mindset. The blog post highlights the UDL principle, provide multiple means of engagement. Katie discusses how student choice, content relevance and personalized learning paths lead to student engagement and provide a platform for encouraging students to take risks and accept educational challenges. 

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Katie Novak

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September 23, 2018

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Students On Growth Mindset and Becoming Expert Learners

Elementary students interviewed on Growth Mindset and becoming expert learners.

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Poised, articulate elementary school students and aspiring expert learners reflect on Growth Mindset after having completed a series of UDL learning experiences.  

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Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation (BCSC)

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September 24, 2018

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The Expert Learner Project: A UDL Success Story

A Bartholomew Consolidated Schools Corporation (BCSC) UDL Facilitator shares a success story, part 3.

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In part 3 of this three part series, Stephanie Craig describes how she and her teaching colleagues helped students develop the qualities of an “expert learner,” a key goal aligned with the UDL guidelines. This group of innovative educators taught lessons on neuroplasticity and the growth mindset—and forever changed the way these students saw themselves as learners.

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Stephanie Craig

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Brookes Publishing Co.

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September 23, 2018

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