The Agile Learner
Where Growth Mindset, Habits of Mind, and Practice Unite
Empower your students to become confident learners in a world of constant change. In The Agile Learner, author James Anderson draws from ample research to detail the dispositions, skills, and behaviors every student needs for lifelong success. Use this resource to boost teacher and student efficacy and enhance learners’ 21st century skills.
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Your planning guide to teaching mindful, reflective, proficient thinkers and problem solvers
Empower your students to become confident, capable learners in a world of constant change. In The Agile Learner, author James Anderson reveals three key ingredients for lifelong success: a growth mindset, habits of mind, and practice. Dive deep into each of the elements, receive ample research-backed guidance, and prepare your students to flourish this year and beyond.
- Understand the concept of the agile learner as it relates to complementary research on growth mindset, habits of mind, and practice.
- Explore the many external mindset movers that may push one’s mindset along the continuum of fixed versus growth.
- Recognize the role of teachers’ mindsets in student learning and instruction.
- Study the four rules of talent: (1) choice, (2) practice, (3) effort, and (4) unlimited growth.
- Consider new ideas about talent and achievement.
21st Century SkillsInstruction
Product Code: BKB011, EKB004
“While all educators recognize the importance of preparing students for a rapidly changing world, the question remains, How do we achieve such a complex task? In The Agile Learner, James Anderson unites research on growth mindset, habits of mind, and practice to help teachers develop students into agile learners, capable of adapting (and thriving) in the 21st century. This brilliant book is an essential cornerstone for educators across grade levels and content areas.”