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Unscripted Vol. 2: Everybody Makes Mistakes

The ability to recover from mistakes is not only essential to success in school—it is a critical life skill. Teachers can play a key role in helping students process mistakes by being real about their own vulnerabilities, and assisting students in framing problems, defining success, and assessing progress toward their goals. In these unscripted conversations, Shamia Truitt-Martin, Deborah Hodge, Amber Crispell, and other equity-focused educators invite viewers to normalize mistakes—reminding us that temporary setbacks are a part of what it means to be human. Learn how to give students (and yourself) grace, and to help students appreciate the ups and downs that come with being ambitious.

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Getting Good at Being Wrong
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Taking Time to Process and Talk it Out
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Conquering the Mountain by Making the Climb
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The Art of Correction
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Cultivating a Safe Space for Taking Risks
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Fine-Tuning Ourselves: Let’s Be Real!
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Break Perfectionism
Unscripted Vol. 2: Everybody Makes Mistakes
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