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changing mindsets

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Graham Walton

on 6 October 2015

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Transcript of changing mindsets

changing mindsets
the bigger picture
why change attitudes?
The primary goal of changing student's mindsets is to create a culture where to "Aspire", to "Learn" and to "Achieve" is deeply embedded.
Where we, as a body of staff, create the environment to enable students to build the resilience, grit, determination and stamina needed to be successful in school
and in life
.
Step 2 - Assessment Without Levels (AWL)
Step 1: Growth Mindset language (Tupton style)
Step 3: Literacy across the curriculum (LAC)
Step 4: Mathematics Across the Curriculum (MAC)
Step 5: Assemblies
After all, it'll "be rate"
Research shows...
We know...
Students say...
Curriculum changes
Students will not have fixed (or even flexible) end-point targets to achieve. Rather, they will be expected to make and maintain progress from a starting point. That way, progress is monitored, tracked and maintained but there is no cap on the aspiration of a learner.
English and Maths trial this academic year
Student's readily give up
Student's lack confidence
We would like to see our pupils showing more drive, resilience, grit, determination

Mental fatigue kicks in after about 40 minutes in an exam unless students are fully "trained"
I want to do well, but I can't...
It's too much effort...
It'll be rate...
I'll start tomorrow...
Me mate's not doing it, so I'm not bothered either...
I can't do [insert your subject here]
Assessment changes
tHIS IS WHY PRACTISE IS IMPORTANT AND
WHY PERSEVERING WHEN IT'S DIFFICULT SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED THROUGH THE LANGUAGE WE USE
AGAIN, THE LANGUAGE WE USE IS SO IMPORTANT...
Praise and reward effort and progress (not ability)
explicitly refer to THE progress THAT THE STUDENT HAS made and link to THEIR ATL
HIGHLIGHT NEGATIVE COMMENTS FROM STUDENTS AND TALK TO STUDENTS ABOUT THE LEARNING PROCESS
BUILD REFLECTION ON ATL IN DIRT TIME
BUILD PRACTICE AND REVISION INTO PLANNING TO EMBED SKILLS AND DEVELOP STUDENT CONFIDENCE OVER TIME
Using these words...
LEAST

LEAST

LEAST

LEAST

LEAST

MOST

How would you describe our students’ mind-set?

LEAST

LEAST

LEAST

LEAST

LEAST

MOST

What type of mind set do our students need to tackle the new more challenging curriculum?

How would you describe our students’ mind-set?
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