My Growth Mindset Journal: A Teacher's Workbook to Reflect on Your Practice, Cultivate Your Mindset, Spark New Ideas and Inspire Students, Nov/2018
|Author(s)||Annie Brock and Heather Hundley|
|Year Publish||2018 November|
An interactive, step-by-step journal for making growth mindset a part of every lesson plan, every class, and every day
From the authors of the bestselling The Growth Mindset Coach comes an interactive, step-by- step journal that makes growth mindset a part of every lesson plan, every class and every day.
Designed with you—the busy teacher—in mind, this fully illustrated journal is packed with reflective prompts, creative exercises, fun activities and so much more. This book is a teacher’s must-have companion, including space to:
- Organize Your Thoughts
- Reflect on the School Day
- Strategize Student Discussion
- Exercise Mindfulness
- Practice Mindset Language
- Explore Your Successes and Failures
There are no tests. There is no right or wrong way to use this guide. Keep it in your classroom, on your nightstand or wherever you can get a few free minutes. Pick up the book, turn to any page and get started!
About the Author2:
Annie Brock is a former high school English teacher, library media specialist, and coauthor of the best-selling book The Growth Mindset Coach. She currently works as a freelance writer and educational technology consultant. Annie has a degree in journalism from Kansas State University and earned her secondary English education credentials from Washburn University. She is also the coauthor of The Growth Mindset Playbook, In Other Words: Phrases for Growth Mindset, and My Growth Mindset Journal, and the author of Introduction to Google Classroom.
Heather Hundley is an elementary educator with 12 years of teaching experience. She currently serves as a kindergarten teacher in Kansas. Heather has an elementary education degree from Washburn University and master s degrees in education and in school leadership from Baker University. She has served as a supervisor for pre-service teachers and as a guest lecturer with Washburn University. Heather was recently nominated for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching."