Activities to Address Belief Barriers - California

Activities to Address Belief Barriers - California

Activities to Address Belief Barriers How to best alter beliefs Non-confrontational Not singling any person out Reflective conversations Develop discrepancy Triadic Model of Student

Outcomes STAFF STAFF BELIEFS BELIEFS STUDENT OUTCOMES STUDENT OUTCOMES

EFFECTIVE EFFECTIVE PRACTICES PRACTICES Promoting Growth Mindset Every teacher has the capacity to continue to grow Self-control and resilience are teachable and learnable Given the plasticity of the brain, we can grow new

and positive habits Effort, not innate talent, is the best path towards mastery Challenges and setbacks are welcomed because they represent an opportunity for growth of skills and brain Mindset of the Perfect Educator Have staff list the beliefs or mindset of the perfect educator Handle every situation the best

Reflective discussion of whether these beliefs are capable of being possessed by real people What would it take to remember these beliefs and let them guide ones practices? Evidence or Proof of Particular Beliefs Step 1: List important, supportive beliefs that are linked to the implementation of particular practices Step 2: What would be the evidence or proof

that is visible in the educators behavior or practices that they believe this? Step 3: What would be evidence or proof that that is visible in the educators behavior or practices that contradicts the belief? Imagine in a school far far away, if staff believed the following, what are the implications for student outcomes?

Staff believed that it wasnt there job to support student. Staff believed that students must give respect before getting it. Staff valued their content more than connecting with students. Staff unintentionally contributed to a negative climate. Staff believed that because of high test scores, there wasnt a need to support students socially and emotionally. Staff believed it was the parents job to teach behaviornot

their responsibility. Pros and Cons List the pros and cons of specific beliefs On one side of the chart list the pros and the other the cons Have a discussion about whether the pros outweigh the cons Linking Personally Relevant Goals to Specific Practices

How could certain practices be facilitative of the attainment of certain personally-relevant goals? Proactive classroom management SW-PBIS (orderly, productive, and safe environments) Progressive response to problem behavior SEL instruction

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