Collaborating with colleagues, students and parents can be a great way to promote the science of learning. To facilitate collaboration around how students learn and vary in their learning, we’ve provided some information and resources below that will help you share the All Kinds of Minds approach with each of these key groups of people.
|Start a book club using Schools for All Kinds of Minds discussion questions, or use the questions to help explore how the book applies to your own educational setting
|Visit our Schools of Distinction to learn how other schools have successfully implemented the All Kinds of Minds approach
|Encourage your colleagues to read – and subscribe! – to our blog
|Tell your peers about our Facebook page
|Share the All Kinds of Minds learning framework with your students: hang these posters in your classroom
|See our recommended books and games for kids that reinforce different elements of learning
|Engage a student in helping to select applicable strategies from the Learning Library
|Send parents a link to the Parent Toolkit to help them understand learning processes and discover at-home strategies and resources
|Consider engaging students and parents in the Understanding All Kinds of Minds program. For more information, contact Success in Mind at (877) 680-8921.
|Use this 1-page overview to share the All Kinds of Minds learning framework with parents