Episode 147: How to Stop Being Afraid of Mistakes

Mistakes are one of the cornerstones of how learning happens, but many educators and students are afraid of them. Join Dinur and Adam as we discuss why mistakes are beneficial and how to use them to your advantage.

Show Notes
Edutopia.org, “The Mistake Imperative—Why We Must Get Over Our Fear of Student Error”
Wested.org, “Zone of Proximal Development: An Affirmative Perspective in Teaching ELLs”
Edutopia.org, “6 Teacher-Approved Tips for Faster, More Effective Feedback”
KQED.org, “How Teachers are Changing Grading Practices With an Eye on Equity”
CultOfPedagogy.com, “Delaying the Grade: How to Get Students to Read Feedback”

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