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Malleable Intelligence Presentation
Transcript of Malleable Intelligence Presentation
Learn more about out own levels of GRIT
Examine our mindsets around learning
Learn how to best teach our students
Based on this article, if someone said "I'm just bad at math," what advice would you give them?
How does interacting with other people affect your brain? What should this mean in our class?
What questions do you still have about malleable intelligence?
Discuss as a group for 3-4 minutes. Everyone in your group should talk!
Spend 5 minutes taking the quiz
Focus on extracting key ideas and thinking about how they related to you as a student
Note any words or phrases that you do not know.
Focus on finding important concepts and information
Directions for the
Working hard to practice something actually
MAKES YOU SMARTER
Engaging in conversation and debate with peers helps your brain learn faster!
Conclusions: Good News!
Bottom Line: It is not possible to be 'bad at math.' It is only possible to use that as an excuse.
Homework (due tomorrow at the start of class):
Complete your response to the article on malleable intelligence. There should be no empty lines on the page!