What do you wish for your students?
While thinking of all my students â€“ current, past and those in the future â€“ there is one single wish I have for them all: to become a lifelong learner. Learning is an unending process that starts before we are born, and with the growth mindset it continues through our lives. Supporting that process is how I define my work, and I like to think that I contribute to my studentsâ€™ academic learning as well as their growth as learners.
Learning cannot be confined to school or classroom, because the tools for learning are deeply connected to other parts of our lives. Communicating about the importance of continuous learning process empowers students to learn â€“ where ever they might be. This is a known habit of successful students. To help all students achieve better learning results, we should be sure to communicate openly about learning being an intrinsic and internal part of studentsâ€™ personality â€“ not just something we do at school with the teacher. More about supporting learning process at http://notesfromnina.wordpress.com/2013/06/25/learning-as-unending-process/