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Growth vs. Fixed Mindset
Growth vs. Fixed Mindset
Mrs. Valdez’ first graders get ready to learn about neurons and how they grow from Mr. Contreras’ fifth graders; Josue Rivas, Greg Contreras and Jacob Gomez
Mrs. Verduzco’s Baby Bruins pose with fifth grade’s Colorado University group (David Espinosa, Angel Quirino, Lisandro Siguenza and Carlos Sánchez) who taught them about growth versus fixed mindset mentality.
UCLA’s Chloe Alvarez and Jasmine Puga pose with Mrs. Valdez’ Tiny Trojans after teaching them about parts of the brain.
Montague Charter Academy firmly believes that it takes a the whole “pueblo” to educate a child. Here Mrs. Verduzco’s, Mrs. Valdez’ and Mr. Contreras’ classes pose for a group picture.
The Arizona group used technology to check for understanding.
One of Mrs. Verduzco’s Baby Bruins demonstrating mastery of Growth vs. Fixed Mindset mentalities.
Two of CAL’s group members, Emma Aragon and Camila Baucom present Famous Failures to some Baby Bruins from Mrs. Verduzco’s class.
Elleanor Diaz and Krystabel Guerrero from Stannford’s group talk to the Baby Bruins (Verduzco) about how health and intelligence help the brain grow.
USC’s group (Cesar Ramirez, Ian Cardenas, Jesus Marquez and Sebastian Aguilar) talk to the first graders about Famous Failures Michael Jordan and Walt Disney.
Our administration team of Jose Salas, Imelda Madrid and Elsa Montes participated in Arizona’s lesson on neurons with Verduzco’s Baby Bruins.
The team of Ms. Orozco, Mr. Rovira, Ms. Carranza, Mr. Contreras and Ms. Sanchez (not pictured) all helped make this event possible.
Sebastian Aguilar and Jesus Marquez from the University of Southern California read to Mrs. Verduzco’s class about famous failures.
A special thank you and huge shout out to these two amazing and dedicated first grade teachers, Mrs. Valdez and Mrs. Verduzco, who volunteered to participate in the project based learning presentation by fifth grade. Their commitment to helping their young scholars grow is not only recognized and respected but also admirable.