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Videos

Just Listen: Youth Talk about Learning

Meredith’s Growth Mindset Fortune Teller Instructions: See Meredith create an awesome growth mindset tool.

Visualizing Adding Integers:  Todd Olson's terrific video for this sometimes challenging math concept.

Cool partnering at Up for Learning: They provide a road map for meaningful working partnerships between youth and adults - enabling them to take on the challenges and opportunities of improving their own schools across Vermont.

Learning about Learning: Empowering Students to Empower their Peers

Kathleen's St. Mary's College Distinguished Speaker Video

RefSeek's guide to the 25 best online resources for finding free educational videos. 

Class Dojo - Six part Growth Mindset videos for the classroom created by PERTS, Carol Dweck's lab at Stanford.

The Connected Classroom Video

Up for Learning: M3 - Mindsets, Metacognition, and Motivation: Middle School Students and Teachers share how they empower students to take charge of their own learning lives.

Cool Websites

Up for Learning:  They increase youth engagement by developing youth-adult partnerships in learning to ensure that each and every young person has the skills, self-confidence, and opportunities to assume meaningful roles in shaping their learning and their lives.

Me Moves: MeMoves™ is an easy and innovative way to increase attention and calm in as little as two minutes – in the classroom, at home, anywhere – for people of all ages and abilities. 

Class Dojo:  Inspire young learners with the biggest ideas in education.

Skate Kids: Harness the natural power of game play and engage young learners.

Daily Good:  Check out the Every Day Heroes section!

The Learning Brain: Neuroscience:  The Learning Brain project is developing and evaluating science teaching resources on emerging areas in neuroscience for use with elementary and secondary school students.

No Excuse List:  Great sites to lead you to where you can learn about anything.

inspiremykids.com: The world's largest community of inspiration for kids.

MaryAnn Brittingham Professional Development Seminars

Bureau of Education and Research

Solution Tree

Silent Epidemic: Perspectives of High School Dropouts

Kathleen in the Media