Growth Mindset Sticker Chart- Great for PBIS!
Provide specific effort-based feedback to your students using this Growth Mindset Sticker Chart. Great for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS)! Use this Growth Mindset Sticker Chart to reward your students’ behavior based on effort and growth mindset skill development.
The Growth Mindset Sticker Chart is inspired by Carol Dweck’s work on growth vs. fixed mindsets.
Growth Mindset Poster (3 sheets)
Growth Mindset Cards (10 cards)
During or at the end of the lessons provide specific effort-based feedback to your students. When first implementing the system with a new class, student or group I typically hand them the card and provide specific effort-based feedback about the targeted behavior, “I noticed that you put in your best effort while reading that word. First you tried putting the first word in your mouth, then you tried tapping it out, and finally you blended the whole word together.” Once my students are familiar with the expectations I transfer the responsibility of providing feedback to the student. When you observe a student accomplish a targeted behavior hand a growth mindset card to that student and say something like “I noticed that you fixed your mistake during writing today. Tell me about it.” My goal with this system is to help my students internalize positive self-talk, and instill in them a growth mindset.
Reinforcement System Options:
This can be used a classroom reinforcement system or even a small group reinforcement system.
As a classroom system the entire class is working towards a common goal. You as the teacher can set the goal – finish a row, complete 4 rows, complete 1 row for each behavior. By making it an entire classroom goal, you can capitalize on social norming techniques.
As a small group system your entire caseload is working towards a common goal. I use this system during my speech-language sessions. When my students have completed 2 rows for a target behavior every student on my caseload earns a reward day – game day, free choice or prize. The rewards vary depending on group voting, time constraints and therapy targets. By making it an entire caseload goal, you can also capitalize on social norming techniques.
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