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Teacher Responses that Foster a STEM Mindset
Teacher Responses that Foster a STEM Mindset
https://www.definedstem.com/blog/teacher-responses-that-foster-a-stem-mindset/

PostedTuesday, February 19, 2019 at 11:39 AM

Updated02/19/2019

Being mindful about the way we communicate with our students can allow them to grow in a mindset that embraces imagination and inquiry.

How do you respond with a student asks: What if it doesn't work? This blog post discusses some possible answers and why some responses are better than others to build a student's confidence and curiosity.

Author Dr. Jacie Maslyk is an Assistant Superintendent focusing on curriculum, instruction, and professional learning with 22 years of experience in various educator roles in public schools. She is the author of STEAM Makers: Fostering Creativity and Innovation in the Elementary Classroom. You can contact Jacie through her website at steam-makers.com.

Being mindful about the way we communicate with our students can allow them to grow in a mindset that embraces imagination and inquiry.

How do you respond with a student asks: What if it doesn't work? This blog post discusses some possible answers and why some responses are better than others to build a student's confidence and curiosity.

Author Dr. Jacie Maslyk is an Assistant Superintendent focusing on curriculum, instruction, and professional learning with 22 years of experience in various educator roles in public schools. She is the author of STEAM Makers: Fostering Creativity and Innovation in the Elementary Classroom. You can contact Jacie through her website at steam-makers.com.

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  • Posted Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 10:49 AM
    Good Advice
    Makes you think twice about just using words of encouragement. Don't gloss over fac t that designs will fail. Get the kids to reflect and perhaps alter their approach.
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