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Reflecting on your learning

Reflecting on your learning this week.
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This week you have:

  • Explored ideas around ‘growth mindsets’ and brain plasticity, and how these can affect student motivation to tackle challenging work
  • Considered how you might help your students to develop good learning behaviours
  • Observed the use of pyramids of learning in the classroom as a strategy to increase student ownership, motivation and learning.

Review

Take a moment now to complete your weekly reflection grid. In the comments below, share:
  1. Your key take-away from the week.
  2. What you want to find out more about in the upcoming weeks.
  3. Any outstanding questions you have.

We will review comments to this step between 13-24 July to address your questions. You may wish to turn on notifications for replies to your comments.

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