Set Your Bubbles Free
A positive learning mindset for all is essential to making progress and achieving happiness & success.
Children often don't naturally see how valuable feedback can be in relation to their learning. They want to produce what they 'need' to and do it in the way they would naturally do it. Any suggestion that they could do something else or something different to improve it, feels like a threat. However, we need children to see feedback for the valuable tool it is by changing the perception that many have of it; namely that it is something that exerts criticism on them and is an attack on their character. How can we do this? Tie moments of accomplishment to the feedback that helped get them there.
Odd Sock Day in school today really got me thinking about getting children intentionally imperfect and creating safe spaces in which to practice being imperfect...
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