How to create a mistake-friendly classroom

How to create a mistake-friendly classroom
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Nobody enjoys making mistakes, but research has shown that making an error is data processed by the brain that has benefits to learning. Six strategies are explored in this article to help address the fear that students may have about making mistakes, including that teachers can model their own learning process and openness to mistakes, as suggested by Kelly Gallagher, writing teacher and author.

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