Habit of Mind

WONDER GROVE LEARN - Instructional Animation videos on the 16 Habits of Mind

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A subscription service paid for by Mrs. Bryce Nov 2018-Nov 2019

 

What are the Habits of Mind?

The Habits of Mind are a set of 16 thinking skills that intelligent thinkers use to solve problems in which the answer is unknown. Created by Arthur Costa & Bena Kallick, these thinking skills or habits, are present in the best decision makers.

 

Why teach or use the Habits of Mind?

We want to prepare our students for careers that have not been invented yet. Students need these transferable skills to solve problems. The Proficiency Based Graduation Requirements and the Personal Learning Plans include a set of Transferable Skills. The Habits of Mind are the lens to teach these Transferable Skills.

HOW DO WE LEARN THE TRANSFERABLE SKILLS?

THROUGH THE HABITS OF MIND LNSU WEBSITE --> CLICK HABITS OF MIND

RESOURCES

Mrs. Miller & Mrs. Bryce's Workshop: Developing Thinking Strategies: The Habits of Mind Through the Red Clover Books. Visit this website for resources from this workshop. https://sites.google.com/wesvt.net/homrc17 Based on the 2017-18 Red Clover Books

Restorative Practice Circles

http://www.habitsofmindinstitute.org/resources/multimedia-examples/

More:

Book Lists - HOM texts by elementary, middle, and HS [hint: use ctrl+f to search by the number of the HOM]

http://habitsofmind.org/habits-of-mind-posters/ - sign up for a free set of posters from Mindful by Design

Ed. Student Website about the HOM

Where do Habits of Mind fit in the Curriculum?

Link to Habits of Mind wiki with access to posters

Teaching the Habits of Mind

Blog - Integrating HOM

For Students - Growth Mindset

Ned The Neuron: Challenges grow your brain

Wonderopolis: a famtastic website for curious minds!

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