Sometimes, our thinking can derail us before we’ve even started – and we often don’t even know it. Not too long ago, we talked about taking steps to making your students confident, positive, creative thinkers. Central to those ideas is idea of positive influence – which, as the teacher, you need to supply. If our students are confident in themselves and their creative thinking skills, they’ll be able to more effectively and efficiently address the complex, multi-faceted problems they’ll face in a fully connected, globalized world.
Similar ideas are outlined in the handy infographic below. Four “lines” of thinking are outlined, including some that you should try to follow, and others that you shouldn’t. One of the lines of thinking specifically outlines the ‘typical’ school mindset – which it suggests you unlearn. Get your students on the right thinking track to ensure success! Keep reading to learn more.
What to Always Remember
What to Unlearn From School
What to Learn to Think
What to Never Think