Goal 17 of The 30 Goals Challenge 2011
Anecdote by David Warr (@DavidWarr)- “When I was with Gladstone, I felt I was with the most intelligent person in the world, but when I was with Disraeli, I felt I was the most intelligent person in the world.”
Short-term-Have your students share with the class something they are talented at doing.
Long-term– In what ways can you continue to help your students feel and see their worth and value? How can we continue to inspire confidence in our students so they don’t seek their value in negative outlets?
Some lesson ideas include…
Due to traveling in the UK with little access, we took this week to play catch up on the first 16 goals. We are back on schedule this week except for the podcasts. I will try to get the podcasts up this weekend!Challenge:Have your students share with the class something they are talented at doing.
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Keep an eye out for the book, The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators, that will be published by Eye on Education in the Fall of 2011!
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