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#whatisschool archive 17.11.16 “Fostering a Growth Mindset”

Thank you for joining us for another #whatisschool chat. I love these interactions, they inspire my learning.

I have been lucky enough to have been in Dubai and Malaysia speaking this week. I spoke to several people about professional learning networks and twitter. #whatisschool came up in several conversations and I constantly talked about how personalizing learning in the way that we do on Twitter helps me learn what I want, when I want and how I want. I learn more from you (my PLN) than any other professional development session I am involved in. Thank you for inspiring me and hundreds of other educators by chatting here every week.

This week we talked about fostering a growth mindset and had the inspiration of Adam Brown to kick start us in our discussions. Thank you, Adam for leading us during today’s chat!

The #whatisschool community showed their passion for learning today and their passion for the teaching profession by sharing their ideas and experiences about growth mindsets! This archive is packed full of incredible ideas, practical uses, and resources guaranteed to inspire you, so share with your colleagues.

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Image Source: https://www.edutopia.org/discussion/developing-growth-mindset-teachers-and-staff

For those of you who are new to Twitter Chats or #whatisschool, we meet every Thursday 6pm ET (Please note the time change) to discuss the important issues in Education and this discussion forms an impressive archive of learning for everyone involved. All you have to do is jump on twitter at this time every week and use the hashtag #whatisschool and contribute (or just lurk).

Our UPDATED chat times (as of November 17, 2016) for around the world are:

  • Thursday 3pm PT (Pacific – North America)
  • Thursday 5pm CT (Central – North America)
  • Thursday 6pm ET (Eastern – North America)
  • Thursday 11pm GMT
  • Friday 12am CET (Central European Time)
  • Friday 7am Singapore/WA (Perth) Time
  • Friday 10am AEDT
  • Friday 12pm NZT
As #whatisschool grows, so does our ability to connect, collaborate and network – keep inviting your PLN and make sure you sign up to our Remind notificationsIt is always a pleasure to have you here!

Here is the link to the archive and have a look to see how you can participate LIVE through this feature –> https://www.participate.com/chats/whatisschool – from here you can access all previous transcripts and more!

Please contact me with your questions and ideas, I would love to hear from you! Let me know what you want to chat about.

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Craig Kemp

Craig Kemp

I am a passionate Head of Educational Technology at a large International School in Singapore. I am a lifelong learner, dream creator and thought leader. I love to inspire others and find inspiration. Co-founder of #whatisschool, #asiaED edchats and #pubPD.

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  • I would very much like your worldly opinion on how a 16 year veteran teacher (previously 16 yr banker/o&g asst treasurer), I went from exceeds expectations in my reviews to teacher in need of assistance while being the most technology minded educator on my campus? When my previous campus received SmartBoards in 2005, I jumped in with both feet. I knew from being the first in 1985 to have a desk top computer on our floor, I was a financial analyst, that this was going to be huge in education. So when I was asked to help open a new school ten yrs ago, I saw it as a great opportunity. Currently, I have been addicted to my iPad for 4 yrs, I love my Promethean board, ActivInspire, and HoverCam! Why do I seem to bring out jealousy and resentment from my admin team? Why put me in a position that I can’t go to another school. We have a huge district but they block me from leaving to go somewhere I would be appreciated. I would like your opinion.

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