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  1. Making Connections Derek Sivers Video Kentucky Framework for Teaching (KFfT) Science Practices

  2. Using a Backchannel to communicate with the group… • https://todaysmeet.com/ScienceNetwork

  3. Derek Sivers Video Why You Need to Fail

  4. Derek Sivers Video, Part 1 • If you are not failing, you’re not learning. • Mistakes teach better than preparation. • Doing what you know is fun, but it doesn’t improve you.

  5. Using a Backchannel to communicate with the group… • https://todaysmeet.com/ScienceNetwork • What comments/quotes from the video connected with your experience as a learner/teacher? • After you have read some comments, reflect with your table group.

  6. KFfT Component 2b: Creating a Culture for Learning • Read through section 2b of the Kentucky Framework for Teaching (KFfT)

  7. Vignette: Ms. Bloom 1. Read the Vignette through the lens of the Framework. 2. Find evidence of Ms Bloom’s current level of effectiveness in establishing a culture for learning. 3. Talk with your table group about your findings.

  8. Derek Sivers Video Part II

  9. Derek Sivers Video, Part 2 1. A Fixed Mindset negatively affects learning. 2. A mindset can be easily changed.

  10. Using a Backchannel to communicate with the group… • https://todaysmeet.com/ScienceNetwork • What comments/quotes from the video connected with your experience as a learner/teacher? • After you have read some comments, reflect with your table group.

  11. KFfT Component3c: Engaging Students in Learning • Read through section 3c of the Kentucky Framework for Teaching (KFfT)

  12. Connection to Science Practices

  13. Derek Sivers Video, Part 3

  14. Why do you need to fail? • Learning takes place when you fail. • Failing keeps you in the growth mindset. • It reminds us that failures are just our experiments.

  15. Video Reflection… • Additional thoughts and/or comments regarding video • Are failure and/or experimentation typically encouraged in the classroom? • What are some ways to instill a growth mindset in students?

  16. For this presentation and video link: http://www.jennyray.net/prof-learning.html