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Cultivating A Culture Of Mistakes (+ A Free Poster)

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Happy Friday!

Or Saturday, depending on when you read this.

As school draws closer (or maybe already back to the grind?), teachers and administrators experience a renewed sense of purpose. We reflect on how to start the year off right and how we can do things better.

I have an ironic, but very true answer for doing things better. It involves making mistakes. Lots of mistakes!

I took a screenshot of something I found on Pinterest a while ago and decided to make it into a poster you, I, and the rest of the Universe can print and use in their classroom, office, or spaceship.

The poster is about promoting mistakes as a necessary part of learning. My hope is that all of us can use it to help Build a Culture in which Mistakes Are Expected, Respected, Inspected, and Corrected.

Check it out and click on the link below for a free high quality PDF download.

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Hope you like and use it.

Download The Mistakes Are... Poster.

You have the power to change the world. Use it often.

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Oskar is a Science, Engineering, and Learning How to Learn teacher and an author of the Crush School Book Series. 


His professional interests are brain-based teaching and learning, flexible seating (#StarbucksMyRoom founder), social-emotional learning, social justice, and using technology to enhance learning.


He is also a fan of the Jedi order (and uses DA FORCE frequently), ninjas, and the superhero in all of us. He is on a Quest to Change the World because he can. We all can.


 


 


 


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  • Guest
    Jamie Sunday, 12 November 2017

    Is there a way to get a jpeg or something similar to get it printed?

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