To support Carol Dweck's Growth Mindset, employ the concept of The Learning Pit into the classroom. The challenge concept is set. Through investigation some students begin to emerge out of the pit. They work to help others out of the pit, re-questioning their own knowledge at the same time. https://vimeo.com/128462566
no one gave you the chance to be a shelf, or the encouragement to know thy self, how can you be true, if you can't see you? talking about the mirror about the cracked experession of yourself that you give to people because you are not connected to your inner self. Your true beliefs
Ten Activities to Improve Students' Self Concepts: http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/lesson/lesson085.shtml
Do you need a fun, challenging way to review math concepts? Math Truth or Dare games allow for self-differentiation and can lead to great discussions! So many ways to use both paper/pencil and Google Classroom versions!
Self-Concept - Positive Affirmations: At times we can be over-critical of ourselves and may harp on our imperfections, usually forgetting about the already existing good qualities. This activity will have students make positive affirmations for themselves. By creating five or more affirmations, students will have to think about more than just surface characteristics.