Netflix’s delightful documentary about famous chefs brought to mind three patterns about success.
All AboutLong Term Success
When we maximize short-term gains, we often disrupt long-term success in unexpected ways. How can we set our classrooms up to keep the long game in mind?
21st Century Careers
The idea of a 21st century may sound futuristic, but we’re already more than 20% through the century! 21st century careers are already happening all around us. You just need to know where to look!
Long Term Success: Giving Better Feedback To Bright Students
Our brightest kids can go through school without ever receiving meaningful feedback. This can set up a fear of feedback and a fixed mindset. Here are some ways you can chat with kids about their work…
Long Term Success: Wondering About Math
Continuing our series on long-term success, we look at the art of wondering. Often our gifted kids wonder deeper and longer than others. But do they wonder about math?
Long Term Success: Strengths Beat Weaknesses
In this second part of a series on Long-Term Success, we look at how to handle gifted students’ weaknesses by creating a culture that’s focused on strengths.