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Leading by Following: Struggle to Learn

Regional T3 keynote address- July 17, 2010 Middle Tennessee State University
by

Jill Gough

on 2 January 2011

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Transcript of Leading by Following: Struggle to Learn

There are few things sadder to a teacher or parent than being faced with capable children who, as a result of previous demoralizing experiences, or even self-imposed mind-sets, have come to believe that they cannot learn, when all objective indicators show that they can. Often, much time and patience are required to break the mental habits of perceived incompetence that have come to imprison young minds.

~ Frank Pajares,
Schooling in America: Myths, Mixed Messages, and Good Intentions Leading by Following... Capable children
Demoralizing experience
Self-imposed mindset
Believe they cannot learn Time and Patience Proper tension
Keep the connection
Stay together; don't fall behind
Change roles to experience Embrace the Struggle... Learn with support
Fall down-get back up
Celebrate getting back up!
More experience: better you learn The human brain is far too complex an organ to determine that can't be taught.
~ Frank Pajares
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, or even , have come to , when all objective indicators show that . Often, much time and patience are required to break the mental habits of perceived incompetence that have come to imprison young minds.

~ Frank Pajares,
Schooling in America: Myths, Mixed Messages, and Good Intentions capable children demoralizing experiences self-imposed mind-sets believe they cannot learn x Reading List
The Falconer - Grant Lichtman
Outliers - Malcolm Gladwell
Mindset - Carol Dweck
Talent Code - Daniel Coyle
Element - Ken Robinson

they can Given: They can! They CAN!
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