Denpa Kyoushi Emphasis added. EPISODE 1 Rabbit: This world is shit. There is no meaning to life. I want to die…. Unlike in manga and anime, in real life, no heroes can save you when you’re down. KY: LOL. Having a hard time, eh? Here’s a tip for rabbit…. If your world has no heroes,… Read More Why I Love Denpa Kyoushi
Hal: You’re so pathetic. No matter what side you’re on, you’re always the loser. Megamind: There’s a benefit to losing. You get to learn from your mistakes.
“When students don’t know how to do something and others do, the gap seems unbridgeable. Some educators try to reassure their students that they’re just fine as they are. Growth-minded teachers tell their students the truth and then give them the tools to close the gap.” Carol S. Dweck, Mindset
“[T]eaching was about watching something grow before her very eyes. … If students didn’t play in tune, it was because they hadn’t learned how.” Carol S. Dweck, Mindset
“It’s a learning process–not a battle between the bad you and the good you. … Every lapse doesn’t spell doom. … It’s a reminder that you’re an unfinished human being and a clue to how to do it better next time.” Carol S. Dweck, Mindset
“Every day he tells his students that he is no smarter than they are—just more experienced. He constantly makes them see how much they have grown intellectually—how assignments that were once hard have become easier because of their practice and discipline.” Carol S. Dweck, Mindset
“And I’m telling myself it’s okay. It’s life. I’m learning—maybe the hard way… but I’m learning. And what I learn I will use on my path for success.” Jaimie Fayt