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Leading by Following: Struggle to Learn
Transcript of Leading by Following: Struggle to Learn
~ Frank Pajares,
Schooling in America: Myths, Mixed Messages, and Good Intentions Leading by Following... Capable children
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
during a discussion in EDS 771 There are few things sadder to a teacher or parent than being faced with who, as a result of previous
, 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!