A.J. shares some very easy but important habits we should be developing with our students. My two favorites are conversations at the door and define problems. Short, but important read!
When we look at what research says about becoming better at something, two pieces of evidence stand out.
First, we must have clarity on what our goals are, and where we want to go or what we want to become.
Second, it is deliberate practice (combined with feedback loops) that increase the myelin in our brain and in turn help improve performance and growth.