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How Positive Attitudes Towards Mistakes and Failure Develop SEL
Challenging Learning

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Challenging Learning
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+ 44 1670 330036
Email
[email protected]

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ONLINE

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Head Office (UK)
[email protected]
T: +44 1670 330036

Head Office Address
Challenging Learning,
2 Linnet Court, Cawledge Business Park,
Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 2GD, UK

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Date

Nov 2020
Expired!

Cost

$100 - $250

Challenging Learning Webinars, Topic C

Webinar 5 – 29 Oct 2020
07.00 – 09.30 Greenwich Meantime (UTC)
08.00 – 10.30 Central Europe (CET)
18.00 – 20.30 Eastern Australia (AEDT)

Webinar 6 – 03 Nov 2020
09.00 – 11.30 Pacific Time (PDT)
17.00 – 19.30 Greenwich Meantime (UTC)
18.00 – 20.30 Central Europe (CET)

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Topic C How Positive Attitudes Towards Mistakes and Failure Develop Social & Emotional Learning
Students who fear failure or hide mistakes generally respond to setbacks negatively, which in turn leads to self-doubt and a lowering of aspirations and goals. (Haimovitz & Dweck, 2016). Whereas, those who are shown how to examine mistakes and learn from failure are more likely to develop humility, adaptation, and resiliency. Knowing this helps educators to encourage intellectual risk taking and create a safe and thoughtful culture of learning.  This webinar will show the best ways to:

1. Enhance lesson design (online & onsite) to create more opportunities for learning from mistakes

2. Adapt systems and patterns of behaviour to teach students how to respond more positively to the possibilities of failure

3. Demonstrate how failure and mistakes can enhance social and emotional learning

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