2/21/19 – Creating Collective Efficacy in the Classroom – Neil Gupta (@DrNeilGupta)

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#Mastery Chat Questions for Thursday, February 21st, 2018

Topic: Creating Collective Efficacy in the Classroom
Moderator: Neil Gupta (@DrNeilGupta)


(8:00 ET) Intro/Welcome: Hello and welcome to #MasteryChat! Let’s kick it off with some introductions and share what YOU think collective efficacy is.

(8:05 ET) Q1. Empowering students to be leaders of their own learning is key. How do you engage students to be part of the learning process? #MasteryChat

(8:10 ET) Q2 Valuing students is essential.  What specific strategies or activities help to ensure ALL students feel valued in your classroom? #MasteryChat

(8:20 ET) Q3 Listening to student feedback is critical.  What mechanisms do you build in your classroom community to collect feedback on lessons, the environment, and the learning process?#MasteryChat

(8:30 ET) Q4 Risk-taking builds character.  How do you specifically build risk-taking into class assignments and grading practices? #MasteryChat

(8:40 ET) Q5 Empathy among students promotes trust.  What types of empathy experiences do you employ to build trust in the classroom between students and yourself?#MasteryChat

(8:50 ET) Q6  Celebrating success builds momentum.  How do you build in moments to celebrate the success of the class, a particular student, or a group to spotlight achievement or growth? #MasteryChat

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