My Learning Manifesto

When I was given the learning manifesto assignment, it really gave me the chance to actually dig deep and think about what I truly believe about learning.  As a life long learner, I believe that we all can learn, just in different ways.  I was definitely influenced by the growth mindset and COVA model.
I feel that schools are overwhelmed with assessments and scores and are losing the real end goal, for students to learn and make meaningful, long-lasting connections.  If students are able to make these connections, they are on the path to be life-long learners as well.  I really enjoyed reflecting on my experience in the classroom as a teacher and a student.

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