In this self-paced email-based course you will learn the basics of learning mindsets, and the important role they can play in your own academic environment. Learn what they are, how to properly identify them, and what you can do to integrate them into your teaching, classroom, and school.
A Video Camera
Willing peers to give feedback
Availability: Self-Paced Course, Always Available
Duration: Self-Paced, minimum 9 hours of work
John has been working as an educator for over ten years in various capacities. He most recently has founded Latitude High School in Oakland, California. John is a former teacher at High Tech High Chula Vista where he taught humanities and a graduate of the High Tech High Graduate School of Education.
Over the last ten years, Judy has worked as a math educator in Cambridge, MA and San Diego, CA. She is passionate about creating meaningful learning experiences that challenge all of her students. She hopes to leverage her experiences to help her students find success in all facets of their lives.
Patrick is a former classroom art educator at High Tech High Chula Vista as well as an Instructional Designer for the Office of Graduate Education at MIT. Currently Patrick is working with the HTH Graduate School of Education to enhance user experience for all audiences both on, and off, line.
Ben Daley is the chief academic officer for High Tech High. He is a member of the fifth class of the Aspen-Pahara Education Fellows and a Fellow of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.
These resources are mentioned in the emails you receive after enrolling into the course.