Perception Problems

Blog Hop 3 in the Innovator's Mindset series begins with some questions. Not just any questions. "What if..." questions. They are tricky. On the one hand, they allow us to suspend our current context and dream of what could be. On the other, they are sometimes followed with statements that perpetuate the barriers (real and perceived) … Continue reading Perception Problems


Innovator’s Mindset. It’s liberating!

The Innovator's Mindset is the catalyst for an interactive, collaborative and differentiated thinkfest. Through the power of OSSEMOOC, educators from all over the world are participating in a series of Google Hangouts as a springboard to a larger conversation about innovation. The first section deals with innovation in education: ‘What it is, what defines it, and what it … Continue reading Innovator’s Mindset. It’s liberating!

Fluid Potential

You can't participate in an EdChat or read an EduBlog these days without someone mentioning growth mindset. The work of Carol Dweck and Jo Boaler around fostering growth mindsets has found its way into school districts around the world. More recently, there has been a groundswell of students talking the growth mindset talk. The growth mindset … Continue reading Fluid Potential