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I’m really excited to be doing more study again, this time a Master of Educational Leadership. I’m in a middle leadership position at the moment but I want some more professional development and learning/experience to support my leadership skills and their continued development and growth. 625 more words
Motivational Moment: Promoting Effort Attributions (31), Increasing Self-Awareness, and Monitoring Self-Motivation (30)
31. Promote effort attributions in your students.
31a. Encourage learners to explain their failures by the lack of effort and appropriate strategies applied rather than by their insufficient ability. 665 more words
When children get a great start in life their chances of being happy, confident and successful adults soars. As a Child Psychologist I’m interested in what works to give each child what they need to flourish. 661 more words
According to the module on Social Cognitive Theories, “self-regulation is being in control of one’s own behavior.” ”A self-regulated learner can set their learning goals, monitor their progress and assess the effectiveness of their effort to met their goals.” (Juanchon, module 7 theories of learning) As a DE learner self regulation is very important to succeed, without self-regulation everything would be a mess. 413 more words
It must have been a few months ago when my, now 5 year old, son asked me: “Mommy, can I have a magical wizard party?” I was expecting Spiderman or Superman, like most of the parties that he has gone to, so I was quite surprised at his choice of themes. 352 more words