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Getting Smart: The Social Construction of Intelligence
This excerpt, published by Dr. Howard in Network Newsnotes: The International Network of Principals' Centers, identifies a prevalent belief about intelligence that is counterproductive to the mission of getting all students to proficiency.
Ever seen a team, in the last seconds of the game, encouraged to victory by
How young is too young to teach Efficacy to children? Dr. Melvin Chapman believes that, "If you are going to assist children at risk, you need to teach them Efficacy at a young age."
In last month's newsletter Sherryann Sylvestre explored the powerful impact that praise has on effort. She explained why “children...