How My School is Designing Stealthy Interventions


I’ve written about the idea for “stealthy” interventions that I was introduced to at the ResearchED conference by Carl Hendrick. I recently was able to present some of that research, along with other ideas about growth mindset and WOOP goal-setting, to my staff last week. I’m sharing the presentation I used in the hopes that it might give you ideas for your school! Share and share-alike.

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One thought on “How My School is Designing Stealthy Interventions

  1. Great to see such approaches finding their way into teaching and learning. May I suggest a “next step”, that of considering “Learning Intelligence” or “LQ”. LQ is the ability of the learner to manage their learning environment to meet their learning needs and it consists of a set of skills, attributes, attitudes and behaviours. You can find an introduction to LQ and further links here: https://magic.piktochart.com/output/2297869-learning-intelligence and here: http://wp.me/p2LphS-3p

    I would be glad to receive any comments or questions you may have.

    Kev

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