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Pedagoo Primary: Learning Superheroes
Some of the 'learning superhero' artefacts shared by Lynsey and Alison.

Lynsey Binnie and Alison Adams teach at Lasswade Primary School in Midlothian.  They led a learning conversation at #PedagooPrimary entitled: Using ‘Learning Superheroes’ to develop growth mindsets in the Early Years.

They shared their work on developing growth mindsets in the Early Years through the use of ‘Learning Superheroes’. They drew upon relevant theory and research to discuss how this impacts upon what children perceive a ‘good learner’ to be.

Listen to the audio from Lynsey and Alison’s first conversation of the morning: 
 
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  1. I would like to try using characters to help the children reflect on their learning. Do you have any advice/ resources that would help create the actions songs and explanations of the learning traits?

  2. Hi Robert,
    Sorry to have taken so long to reply to your comment.
    You might get some ideas to help you create songs and explanaitions from the Lynsey and Alison’s blog: https://makinglearningsuper.wordpress.com/
    If you’re on Twitter, you’ll find them @lynseybinnie and @alisonjradams or give them a shout at @lasswadeps, the school where they work.
    Don’t be shy to tell us how you and your learners get on with Learning Superheroes too!
    Kind regards, Lynne

  3. Hi, I came across your project in the Making Math Count Scottish Government Report. I’m currently writing a report regarding Mathematics Anxiety and Interventions for my Educational Psychology course, I wonder if you wrote a research paper on this intervention at all? It sounds like a fantastic intervention. Thanks and Kindest Regards, Catherine

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