Embrace the Asset Model for the Benefit of All Students
All students can benefit from teachers who implement an asset model in the classroom. This Educational Insight will delineate the benefits of such an approach and identify the role a growth mindset plays in an asset-oriented environment. Inside, you'll discover how to embrace the asset model for the benefit of all students, how to compare the deficit model to the asset model, and how to incorporate the asset model in your classroom. Plus, much, much more. Start incorporating the asset model in your classroom today by downloading this Education Insight now.
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