Tag Archives: mindset

Clicker points and mindset

I’m a big fan of peer instruction with clickers and of Carol Dweck’s model of growth and fixed mindset. The streams crossed the other day which can be both revealing (and dangerous.) If you’re familiar with peer instruction and mindset, … Continue reading

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Learn your students’ names. No, really.

I have a thing about learning my students’ names. And it’s not a good thing. I think I have a fixed mindset when it comes to learning people’s names: I believe I can’t do it. So whenever someone introduces him- … Continue reading

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