Mother's day point of view becomes a caregiver's and teen's valued gift in these activities. Students love to learn cool POINTS OF VIEW from their mothers or women they admire and respect
in these guided tasks.
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In order to gain insights into what she thinks,
it’s absolutely essential they consider her likes and dislikes as well as identify her strengths and concerns.
Use these tasks brain based tasks to look at any topic through a mother’s eyes
AND you will follow her steps to an innovative solution to a problem that interests students, and relates to lessons.
Her Strengths + Likes = Golden Discoveries
with gems from her point of view!
Students may be tempted to hear a few ideas only
and then write their own perspective. Remind them not to shortchange their communications with mothers though. That extra question they ask her may trigger a deeply articulated insight they won’t want to miss.
See how POINT OF VIEW becomes a fun, interactive initiative from a mother’s viewpoint?
Your students will never forget the goldmine available when they represent another person’s point of view.
With these tasks they will grab onto their curiosity and expect results
that equal the value placed on moms or female collaborators.
It’s as if the tasks wish learners and their mothers or friends all the best
as they seek dynamite results together.
Hopefully these ready-to-roll brain-based materials
will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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as you learn and lead with the brain in mind!
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