A Simple Guide to Teaching Resilience

A Simple Guide to Teaching Resilience

Resilience Poster - promoting resilience in schools . --- Have Resilience Today! Click the picture.

A growth mindset is an essential tool for a resilient, successful child. Teach them how to develop one wit these leading questions, to be answered in a family activity, a journal, or any other way your children like to express themselves!  http://amp.gs/l1Ks

A growth mindset is an essential tool for a resilient, successful child. Teach them how to develop one wit these leading questions, to be answered in a family activity, a journal, or any other way your children like to express themselves! http://amp.gs/l1Ks

This year, are you focusing on fostering persistence, motivation and resilience in your students? Then you have to check out our list of 12 amazing read-alouds for teaching growth mindset.

12 Perfect Picture Books for Teaching Growth Mindset

This is a good reference for read alouds that teach thinking outside the box and perusing dreams. Interesting stories to share.

restorative practice image

restorative practice image … not sure I like all the questions, but good inspiration to design my own for emotional regulation or chain for target behaviors

A Simple Guide to Teaching Resilience

A Simple Guide to Teaching Resilience

The modern world is more challenging than ever, here are ideas on how you can help children cope with the ever changing world and help build their resilience.

How To Build Resilience In Children

This tool shows children that even when things seem difficult, if we persevere and keep trying we can learn, and overcome difficulties. Children that find learning too easy, and are not challenged may be flying at the moment, but are they really learning? This really does show how important it is to make sure all children are challenged. I've taken inspiration from other learning pits I have seen, and added a 'toolkit' with some encouraging words. As a grown up, I can see the value in this…

This tool shows children that even when things seem difficult, if we persevere…

For our parents: Teach your children that strength doesn't come from what you can do.  It comes from overcoming the things you once thought you couldn't do.

Fixed vs Growth mindset- make for classroom. "True strength doesn't come from what you CAN do. It comes from overcoming the things you once though you COULDN'T.

These support cards have been a life saver in my classroom management, student can ask for a break, help and understand when they need to wait and what comes next.

Visual Support Self-Management Cards -Autism

These support cards have been a life saver in my classroom management, student can ask for a break, help and understand when they need to wait and what comes next. by briana

A fabulous book to teach about growth mindset. What is wisdom? What is the message in the story?

This week we've been reading Only One You by Linda Kranz. The story is illustrated using photographs of painted stones, so we decided to make some painted stones too.

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