Do your students truly believe that they can grow and achieve?
The teachers were inspired and ready to begin the year with one PBL unit in place. They thanked me for a workshop with meaning, structure, and support for innovative teaching that was useful for them in the classroom. We all absolutely loved Kris!!! I can't thank you all enough for providing such an amazing presenter! I can't wait to see all this hard work from our teachers translate into the classroom experience. Again, a big shout out for Kris and the TeachThought team. You definitely helped our teachers grow!!!
-Janet Jenkins, Director of General Studies
Thank you for changing the way I teach!
-Jana McCarthy, elementary teacher
Thank you so much for giving us (the teachers) the tools to make real education happen! Finally!
-Amy Guier, middle school english teacher
This is a must-attend workshop. It really changed my perspective on what exactly I should be teaching through my content.
-Philip Ellis, high school science teacher
We were constantly engaged in group activities and discussion/dialogue. Excellent trainer with a lot of knowledge and understanding about PBL, it took me out of my comfort zone!
-Shafaq Imran, teacher
Thank you very much. I have a new "light" on how to get my students to think on their own and at a deeper level.
-Morgan Payton, middle school ELA teacher
The content is excellent and the presenter was highly effective.
-Jim Whitaker, high school social studies teacher
This is effective and worthwhile professional development.
-Emilie Clemmens, math teacher and curriculum coordinator
I enjoyed the workshop. I am able to use what I learned in my classroom!
-Tonya Jones, elementary teacher
Well designed learning presentations and activities...wonderful enriching learning activity.
-Marlene Burek, Manager of Special Education
Fantastic job facilitating a super helpful workshop. I hope to have an opportunity to attend a TeachThought PD again soon!
-Leann Turner, agriculture sciences teacher
Excellent training, built confidence in teachers to further become facilitators of student learning!
-Ron Lockhart, high school math teacher
Growth Mindset Through the Lens of Bloom's Taxonomy
One Day Workshop
A growth mindset is imperative in order to be an effective 21st century educator and learner. Through experiential and interactive activities, learn strategies to increase your own growth mindset as an educator as you assist your learners in the development of their own mindsets.
This workshop uses Bloom’s Taxonomy as a foundational scaffold using inquiry to walk through the mindset experience. It will provide you with an extensive overview of growth mindset stemming from the work of Carol Dweck as you:
- Explore a variety of definitions and perspectives about growth versus fixed mindsets.
- Reflect on and develop your own mindset as an educator.
- Engage in strategies that develop, build, and enhance your learners’ mindsets.
By the end of the workshop, you will understand how a learner’s social and emotional development is impacted by the growth of their brains. Walk away with an understanding of a learner’s mindset as you support them when they face challenges and hurdles through various learning experiences.