3 online book studies beginning June 4th

Mathematical Mindsets

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Are you looking for a great book? Join Kelly Wegener in reading Mathematical Mindsets by Jo Boaler. Using an online learning platform, participants will engage in discussion at their convenience.

Mathematical Mindsets turns research findings into practical strategies and advice. Jo Boaler translates Carol Dweck’s concept of ‘mindset’ into strategies that both teachers and parents can use. Apply the concepts, in the classroom or at home, and take students who struggle in math from a state of self-doubt to a state of strong self-confidence.


Better Conversations

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“Our schools are only as good as the conversations within them” (Knight, 2016, p. 4).

Do you find yourself leaving conversations feeling frustrated and unproductive? Curious how you could maximize the effectiveness of those conversations?

Join other professionals in this 8-week online book study with Jim Knight’s newest resource: Better Conversations: Coaching Ourselves and Each Other to be More Credible, Caring, and Connected.


When Gifted Kids Don’t Have all the Answers

Teenage girl looking up thoughtfully, hands clasped.

Join Katrice Quitter in reading Judy Galbraith and Jim Delisle’s revised text, When Gifted Kids Don’t Have All the Answers. Learn how to nurture both the academic and emotional needs of gifted students while keeping them engaged and challenged.

“Galbraith and Delisle successfully bridge the gap between research and practice to make a positive, practical difference for gifted young people. This text is a thorough, thoughtful, and utterly essential collection of information and actions that will benefit gifted kids and adults in their lives.” Filled with practical advice, easy-to-use strategies, and guidelines to help you build a supportive environment and gifted-friendly classroom.

This book study is facilitated online with opportunities to plan, reflect, and create tools for the upcoming school year.



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