Tag Archives: Grit

Anxious/Stressed Students: What You Can Do About It

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By Jim Grant, SDE Founder and Consultant My most popular workshop for parents and educators today is “Grit and Growth Mindset: The Key to Perseverance.” As a presenter, I have discovered that one workshop will often give birth to another. … Continue reading

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More Common Sense Tips & Tactics for Savvy School Leaders (Part II)

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By Jim Grant, SDE Founder and Consultant Thank you all for the nice response to my last tips and tactics blog. I recently conducted a workshop on this topic for a large group of administrators. I loved it, because they got … Continue reading

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Grit and Mindset: Gathering Data to Inform Teaching Noncognitive Traits

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By Jim Grant, SDE Founder, Author, and Consultant The theme of my On The Road with Jim Grant blog is in response to a recent development on the grit/mindset front. Lately, I have been fielding many questions concerning a new … Continue reading

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Grit Questions Keep Coming

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By Jim Grant, SDE Founder and Consultant This is the second installment of a three part series answering the most frequently asked questions about the grit initiative. Q. Why do you refer to the grit movement as an initiative rather than … Continue reading

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The Most Frequently Asked Questions About Grit

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By Jim Grant, SDE Founder and Consultant What I have noticed, as I conduct grit workshops around the country, is that the questions asked about this topic are basically the same—no matter what group I am training. I decided to devote … Continue reading

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